Anne Bower PT, DPT, Cert. MDT
Anne received her doctorate in physical therapy from Pacific University in 2006 and has been working in the outpatient orthopedic setting since graduation. She jointed the staff at Broadway PT in 2009.
Anne enjoys working closely with her patients to find effective strategies to restore function and manage pain. In 2016, Anne was credentialed in the Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy ® (MDT) through the The McKenzie Institute International.
In her free time, Anne enjoys stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, and exploring Portland with her family. She is also an avid fan of Gonzaga basketball, Timbers soccer, and the New York Times crossword puzzle.
Matt Flood PT, DPT
Matt received his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Puget Sound where he was trained with an emphasis on manual therapy techniques and electric stimulation. Prior to that, Matt spent several years traveling and having experiences ranging from being an internationally certified kite surfing instructor in Spain to guiding downhill mountain bike tours in Hawaii. He also has a competitive background playing soccer at both the collegiate and recreational levels.
Matt treats a wide variety of orthopedic conditions with a particular interest in sport-specific movement technique and rehabilitation. He also enjoys treating musculoskeletal pain by focusing on the integration of spinal and peripheral joint manual therapy with therapeutic exercises and patient specific education.
Above all Matt promotes movement performance, health, physical happiness, and well-being. Matt is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and is pursuing his certification as a strength and conditioning specialist.
Ryan Cook PT, DPT, Cert. CSCS
Ryan received his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of St. Augustine in San Diego with a focus on manual therapy techniques and orthopedic rehabilitation. He has taken a particular interest in treating sports related injuries and returning athletes to their highest level of function.
Ryan believes in treating the source of physical dysfunction; restoring normal biomechanical mobility, as well as treating the entire patient in order to achieve an individualized treatment plan for successful rehabilitation.
Ryan has presented research on the shoulder involving Kinesiotape at the Combined Sections Meeting physical therapy conference. In 2018, Ryan was credentialed as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. In his free time you can find Ryan cycling, snowboarding, or out backpacking a new trail.
Stephanie Kim PT, DPT
Stephanie received her doctorate in physical therapy from Northeastern University in Boston, where she was trained with a strong emphasis on therapeutic exercises, manual therapy, and therapeutic modalities. She has been working in various PT settings since 2012 with the majority of that time spent in outpatient orthopedic clinics.
Having worked in several US metro areas including Boston, San Diego, and Los Angeles, Stephanie has taken what she has learned from the different therapeutic styles of clinics around the country and has incorporated a diverse set of treatment philosophies into her practice. She also has experience with providing community-based physical therapy to patients through home health services, as well as experience treating patients on the brain injury floor of a neurological rehabilitation hospital.
Steph moved to the PNW with her husband in 2023 and is thrilled to be serving the community of Portland. Stephanie enjoys working with patients of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.