Superior, targeted, and educated healthcare comes with a cost. Most of our clients elect to pay cash. We offer accessible care which strives to provide guidance and education that will minimize the necessary number of visits on your road to recovery.

  • Initial Examination or Reexamination for a new condition – 175$
  • Followup for established care – 125$

Nature of Visits and Treatments

As a professional dedicated to the advancement of my field, I aim to provide the best possible care based on current evidence and your personal situation.
As a solo-enterpreneur, I have the flexibility to deliver that care however we see fit.

1-2 visits for Information, Education, Screening and Planning
The cornerstone of effective physical healthcare is compassion and education. Often visits can be contained to 1 or 2 sessions to address a patient’s concerns, strategize with available tools, develop an appropriate plan, and provide targeted interventions or therapeutic exercise for Longterm self-management.

Ongoing Care
For conditions necessitating continued monitoring, testing, progression, and resolution. These are often post-operative conditions, but could also be significant muscle strains, accountability coaching, or athletic programming. I’m here to navigate the entire journey with you and ensure a full return.

Length of Sessions
All appointments are 1 hour unless otherwise discussed between Patient and Practitioner

Modalities Available

  • Manual therapy (spine and extremity manipulation, astym, massage, etc)
  • Blood Flow Restriction (BFR)
  • NMES/IFC/TENS (electrical stimulation)
  • Dynamometry Testing
  • Force Plate Testing
  • Gait Analysis

Using Private Insurance

  • Most Solo-Enterpreneur PTs with similar operations to mine do not accept insurance.  This helps us and our patients design their plan of care without interference or constraints, and allows us to be fully transparent in expense at all times.
  • I have elected to work with as many insurance plans as possible, to maximize accessibility to more people and help those who need it most (after surgery or major injury).  But you gotta work with me a bit.
  • Private insurance in America works as a triangle with 3 parties
    • The Patient: Seeking the Provider’s expertise and seeking coverage by the Payer
    • The Provider: Offering the Patientprofessional guidance and seeking reimbursement by the Payer/Patient
    • The Payer (Insurance): Ensuring the Patient gets the Care they need without throwing money at frivolous treatments or wasteful Providers
  • Below is a brief list of the insurances I commonly see.  This is not a guarantee of coverage, as within each there are many different plans and contracts. I strongly recommend giving a call to the number on your insurance card, telling them you’re looking to start a course of PT, and getting information about deductible/copay/coinsurance/OOP max.
    • Regence/Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield – In Network
    • United Healthcare/Optum – In Network
    • Aetna – In Network
    • Pacific Source – In Network
    • Moda – In Network most plans
    • Cigna – In Network most plans
    • First Choice – In Network most plans
    • Medicare – In Network Most plans
    • Motor Vehicle Accident and Workers Compensation – always welcome and plans are often unique.  Please reach out.
    • Providence – A few plans have out of network benefits, but many are restricted to providence providers
    • Kaiser – Very few plans have out of network benefits, most are restricted to kaiser providers
    • Oregon Health Plan – I am unable to accept.  Welcome to pay my cash rate or I can help direct you towards a great in network PT


As a fellow physical therapist, I’ve been blown away by the experience with Paul. He is a true therapist’s therapist. I came to see him with a goal to through hike the Enchantments in WA, but had several lingering issues in my hip and shoulder. We did 3 visits over 3 months. In that time, his programming, communication and use of objective measurements took my conditioning to another level. On the first visit he said, “there’s a version of you that does great on this hike”. I was able to create that version with his guidance. I set a PR on the hike, but more importantly, I came away with greater confidence in my body and ability to enjoy movement. I would highly recommend Paul to anyone looking to create a better version of themselves with expert guidance.
Ryan Miller PT, DPT
I wanted to take a few moments to express my profound gratitude, appreciation, and respect for you. When I came in here 18 months ago after my achilles rupture, I was facing a journey that was quite daunting. Through this difficult period you have always provided just the right mix of encouragement, expert advice, and goofy humor. I consider myself so fortunate to have come to know you and work with you during this time. By following your guidance I am emerging from this difficult episode not only in better physical health but also with a stronger mindset of who I am, what I can ask my body to do, and how to listen to what it is telling me. My outlook on the rest of my life is much brighter thanks to you.
Rafa B.

“Long story short: Paul is awesome and knows what he is doing.

Long story: I am a fairly successful combat sports athlete, age 34. In July of 2022 I suffered a catastrophic injury in the training room in which my knee collapsed inwards while all of my body weight and all of my training partner’s body weight were situated on my right leg (my left leg was not on the ground). I fully ruptured my ACL and MCL and suffered a partial tear of my LCL along with my popliteus tendon and one of my hamstring tendons. In addition, I suffered minor impact fractures of the tibial plateau and femoral condyle. Basically, I destroyed my knee really badly and it really stunk. I had surgery to repair my ACL using a patellar tendon autograft and a fairly large free body which appeared to be a chunk of bone or cartilage was removed from inside the joint.

While I have to say that I think my surgeon was really awesome, I made the mistake of assuming I could wholly rely on my hospital network’s sports rehab PT’s. I am a fairly dedicated athlete with no professional or educational background in rehab or literature-based strength programming, and the rehab guidance and programming provided by my hospital network’s PT’s was very loose and general. As a result, I was trying to implement and structure my own specific rehab and strength programming based on the loose guidelines and “suggestions” provided by my hospital network PT. After several months of making frustratingly little to no gains attempting to combat the quadriceps dysfunction that comes post ACL sugery, at the suggestion of my girlfriend, I sought the help of Paul.

Since working with Paul, my quad dysfunction has lessened considerably and I have made significant strength gains. Paul has given me exactly what I sought in that he has provided me with specific exercises and set and rep schemes to implement in the weight room. There is no guesswork on my part, which I really appreciate (I recently started my own business and I just simply don’t have time or knowledge base to research and design proper programming on my own). Paul has been empathetic, understanding, and highly communicative while working with me. He is extremely knowledgeable and does a great job explaining the specifics of my injury and how they relate to my muscular dysfunction, the means and methods of rehab, and the “why’s” and “how’s” behind those rehab methods. He is a very affable and positive dude on top of all of that.

Paul’s rates are also, in my opinion, excellent and highly affordable. I don’t have loads of income and my insurance doesn’t cover Paul’s practice, so I am incredibly thankful that I can afford to have access to someone of Paul’s level of expertise and professionalism.

As far as hard numbers go, I went from approximately 30% deficiency (when compared to my uninjured leg) in quad strength in my ACL-R leg to approximately 20% deficiency in quad strength after working with Paul for the last two months as measured by Biodex tests at OHSU. I also made strength gains in my healthy leg after implementing his programming.

I am so thankful to have met Paul and started working with him. I would recommend him to anyone looking for general physical therapy or rehabilitation following a sports injury.”

Eddie Jamrog