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Shannon Millington, PT

  • Manager, Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine
  • Phone: 541-346-4401

Bio

Education
BS-University of Vermont, Physical Therapy - 2001 - Cum Laude

Experience
University of Oregon: 2005 to present
Rebound Physical Therapy: Official provider for the US Ski and Snowboard Teams. Rebound is a cutting edge, orthopedic practice focusing on manual therapy and sports medicine
CompHealth: Worked as a travelling physical therapist providing care in a variety of clinics across the country. Focused on manual therapy, orthopedics and sports medicine.
Northwestern Medical Center: Worked for a hospital based, orthopedic practice in rural Vermont
Fletcher Allen Health Care: Alternated between acute neurological rehabilitation and inpatient, orthopedic rehabilitation.

Professional Memberships
American Physical Therapy Association – Sports Medicine Special Interest Group
Oregon Physical Therapy Association  

Areas of Interest
My professional areas of interest include manual therapy, post surgical rehabilitation and treatment of spine, pelvic and hip dysfunction.

Outside of work, I enjoy a wide variety of activities with my husband, including snowboarding, mountain & road biking, canoeing, hiking, sailing and rock climbing.


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Beth Clarke

  • Massage Therapist, Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine
  • Phone: 541-346-4401

Bio

Education
BA Anthropology, University of Nevada-Reno 1994
Massage Therapy Certification, Lane Community College, 2006
 
Experience
University of Oregon:  Present
Private Massage practice:  2010-March, 2013
Pearl Day Spa:  2007-2010
 
Professional Memberships
American Bodywork and Massage Professionals
 
Areas of Interest
From a professional standpoint, my interests include deep tissue, therapeutic massage for injury recovery, sports massage, Swedish and pregnancy massage, and Chinese cupping.  Be it soothing relaxation or focused, deep work, I have a variety of techniques I use to meet my patients’ needs.  I enjoy problem-solving ways to address sudden, acute injuries or more chronic conditions.  In 2008, I spent an unbelievable week massaging Olympic hopefuls at the U.S. Track & Field Olympic Trials in Eugene. 

My private life is spent doting on my two children, our dog, and my husband; probably in that order.  I swam competitively in my youth and took ballet lessons for years as a child.  At some point, ballet no longer held me in its sway, and I discovered the amazing world of modern dance.  So much so, my husband and I named our 2nd child after a famous choreographer.


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Maggie Donahue

  • Massage Therapist, Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine
  • Phone: 541-346-4401

Bio

Education
Cascade Institute of Massage & Bodywork, Massage Therapy - 1993

Experience
University of Oregon: 2011 to present
Private Practice: 1993 to present

Areas of Interest
My professional areas of interest include Swedish massage, acupressure and body rocking. Outside of work, I enjoy African music and social activism.

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