I heard about Siskiyou PT from a colleague who worked with them after having had knee surgery. After having spent many weeks away from home staying in hotels, lots of driving in work vehicles, and a lot of time sitting in a classroom, I was finally finished with business travel and back home. During getting back into the groove of being home, what felt like a Charlie horse or cramp started becoming prominent. It got to the point that, no matter what stretching or exercises I tried, it would not go away. I asked around about physical therapists in the area and heard good things about Siskiyou PT. Siskiyou PT took me as a new patient and got me in to their office in less than 24 hours. Over the next number of weeks I worked with Jesse, Jon and Kendra to figure out what was going on physiologically. In addition to being knowledgeable about the human machine as a whole, the entire staff at Siskiyou PT demonstrated that they are as interested in helping me heal as I am. When stretches and manipulation worked, we built on it. When something didn’t work as well or didn’t provide desired results, we tried something different. What impresses me about Siskiyou PT is that they seek answers and solutions through a gamut of techniques and approaches tailored to me. They are engaged, and they care. Siskiyou PT easily shows that their interest is in helping patients or clients heal, to reach goals established with their clients and achieving a quality of life through a proactive approach. I am happy to have Siskiyou PT helping with my healing process.
My family moved to the Grants Pass area at the end of 2014 on a work transfer. My bride is a native Oregonian; I’m a native of northern New England. We’ve lived in Washington, Montana and Idaho, and are happy to be home in Oregon. We have a son in elementary school, who recently got his first puppy. The puppy now outweighs the boy – she’s 8 months old and 70 pounds, so between the two of them it’s a pretty even wrestling match and a huge motivation to live well, be strong, and remain active because there is so much to do and see here and nearby.