About Physical Therapy Associates

Our common goal at Physical Therapy Associates is to work as a team to ease your pain and get you back to an active life. We do this in an environment that is friendly and fun, using state-of-the-art equipment and the most up-to-date therapy techniques available. We are constantly striving to provide the best care for our patients. Being of service to others and seeing our patients out in the community accomplishing their goals and enjoying life is very rewarding to us.

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Learn more about our team by clicking on the names listed below.

Brant Lewis, PT, COMT, CFMT

 Brant at PatagoniaClinic Director and Physical Therapist
 Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist

“Education and experience benefit my patients”
Physical therapy is both art and science. I have over 22 years of practical experience combined with my formal education. The entire Physical Therapy Associates team and I will put together the best individualized plan of care for you. Our goal is to provide you will all the tools to achieve your personal goals and get you back to the active life you desire.


BS: Physical Therapy, Loma Linda Medical School, Loma Linda, CA

Advanced Training: Courses include Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic fabrication, Manual Therapy for the Cervical and Lumbar Spine, Scientific Therapeutic Exercise Progressions, Manual Therapy for the Pelvic Girdle, Treatment of the Thoracic Spine and Ribs, Should Rehab, Myofascial Release, Gait Evaluation and Training, Headaches and Upper Cervical Spine, Fibromyalgia.

Licensed: Oregon State Physical Therapy Board

“Teamwork helps raise our level of one-on-one care”
Working closely with colleagues and other allied health professionals helps us raise the level of care we provide to patients. Though we emphasize one-on-one care, we consult with each other frequently about each patient’s care and treatment plan. We want every patient to have a good experience and great results.

“A strong commitment to my community”
Not only being a member of the community, but being a contributing member is important to me. Nothing gives me more satisfaction that seeing our patients out enjoying all the activities they might have missed if it were not for physical therapy.

Susan Vogt, MPT, COMT, CFMT

susanPhysical Therapist
Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist

“A good education never ends”
I rely on my extensive training to give my patients high-quality care. An important part of my care also includes communicating effectively with patients and their families in order to properly coach and encourage them throughout their rehabilitation or training.

MPT: Master of Physical Therapy, Loma Linda Medical School Loma Linda, CA
BS: Life Sciences, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA

Advanced Training: Functional Capacity Evaluations, Work Hardening and Work Conditioning, Australian Approach to Manual Therapy, Shoulder Injuries and Rehabilitation, Pelvic Girdle Dysfunction and Rehabilitation, Neural Mobility.

Licensed: Oregon State Physical Therapy Board

“Sharing my experience with others”
I am excited at what physical therapy can do for the client. I enjoy teaching the body how to move more effectively through the environment and space and, maximizing the client’s potential in returning to his/her job, sport and hobbies. For this reason, I find it important to keep up on the most up-to-date research and therapies to assist the client in their rehabilitation.

“Contributing to the community”
Helping patients resolve their pain and overcoming their injuries is very rewarding. I enjoy using my knowledge as a physical therapy with as many people as I can. Healthcare is beyond the clinic.

Laura O'Dell, MSPT, CFMT

Laura O'Dell (sharon2)_ps (2)Physical Therapist
Certified Functional Manual Therapist
I enjoy physical therapy because it is challenging and it can change people’s lives.  It is very rewarding to have a person not only get relief of their symptoms, but make changes that have a positive impact on their activity level, daily life, and overall function. I’m also blessed to have the privilege of meeting different people with a variety of backgrounds, work responsibilities, and personalities.
One of my goals after graduation was to pass my certification in Functional Manual Therapy (CFMT) through the Institute of Physical Art (IPA). It took seven years, but I passed my testing with honors in 2013. I was drawn to the treatment approach created by the IPA because it addresses the human body as a whole rather than just one body part, and it can be applied to any person regardless of their diagnosis.


MSPT: Master of Science in Physical Therapy, University of Kansas Medial Center, Kansas City, KS

BS: Human Biology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Advanced Training: NAIOMT- Level I and II, Certified Functional Manual Therapist-Institute of Physical Art

Patrick Kincaid, DPT, COMT

Physical Therapist
Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist


2005 – Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Carroll College. Helena, Montana.
2008 – Doctor of Physical Therapy, The School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. University of Montana. Missoula, Montana.

Ryan Baysinger, PT, DPT

r-baysingerPhysical Therapist

A Portland native, Ryan discovered the field of physical therapy after becoming a patient himself when he suffered an injury to his elbow. Since then, he has dedicated his career to helping others regain their optimal function and activity level, whether it be for a job, sports, or hobbies. He loves to maintain an active lifestyle and enjoys activities of skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and camping.


Ryan earned his BS in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon and shortly thereafter received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ. He spent his early career working for an outpatient physical therapy clinic that was specialized in sports rehabilitation and aquatics. He specializes in functional manual therapy and has taken several advanced training classes to further his knowledge and techniques in order to facilitate a positive change in the way his patients move and are able to function in their environment. He is currently working towards attaining his Certified Functional Manual Therapist (CFMT) certification through the Institute of Physical Art.

Licensed: Oregon State Physical Therapy Board

Marki James, DPT

Physical Therapist

After graduating from college, Marki first work as a chemist. It was after injuring her shoulder and undergoing rehab that she discovered physical therapy. “I experienced in my life what a difference physical therapy can make. I wanted to work in a field that I felt made a difference in peoples lives and I decided I wanted to be able to help others in that same way. I enjoy the challenge that each new patient presents. I love being able to help my patients decrease pain, improve posture, and regain function to return to work, sports or to achieve goals.”


DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy with Honors, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR

BA: Biology/Botany, Portland State University, Portland, OR

Advanced Training: Graston Techniques, PNF I, II, IPA, NAIOMT Level 2 upper and lower quadrant,  Mulligan-Lower extremity, Actively working toward her Certified Functional Manual Therapist through The Institute of Physical Art.

Lemel Moyer, PTA

Physical Therapist Assistant

Lemel is a graduate of Mt. Hood Community College where she earned her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has over 15 years of experience in outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitative services, with emphasis in orthopedic and sports injuries. Lemel finds promoting wellness and helping patient’s achieve their rehabilitative goals very rewarding.

Karen Aichele, PTA

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Karen is also a graduate of Mt. Hood Community College. She joined our team in 2006. She started her specialized career at Rehabilitation Institute of Oregon where she spent 10 years working with spinal cord injuries, head injuries, and other neurological conditions. She then made a transition into long term care where her main focus was geriatric rehabilitation. Karen feels fortunate to be able to continue to take a team approach in patient care. She takes pride in providing quality and consistent treatment that relates to our “whole” body, and the need to challenge our dynamic balance reactions as we age.

Kari Davis

kariOffice Manager

Emily Davis

Office Manager emily

Jacey Davis

jaceyBusiness Development Manager

Jessica Soto

 jessica Front Office – Molalla

Jamie Brown

Billing Manager

Jovanna Leon

Patient Care Coordinator