We are excited to announce the addition of Carlee Uhrich, PT COMT to the Focus team at our Eastside main clinic. Carlee will serve as our Eastside clinic lead PT, and will lead our Eastside educational programming as well as our Occupational Physical Therapy program for injured workers. A highly skilled and experienced clinician, Carlee uses tissue specific diagnosis and manual therapy to she is accepting referrals for spine and peripheral joint and soft tissue problems anywhere along the acute to chronic timeframe.
“Carlee brings a wealth of orthopedic and spine rehabilitation knowledge to the team, and will be an incredible community resource and a great asset to our team! Her approach is fun, thoughtful, informed and appropriate, and she has a track record in fantastic outcomes and patient satisfaction. Focus is lucky to have her!” -Burke Selbst PT
Carlee completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in 2002 and is in her final coursework toward her Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy through Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The focus of her coursework and experience is diagnosis specific treatment and manual physical therapy of orthopedic injuries. She earned her Certificate in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) from the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine-US with a focus in spine in 2007. Carlee also has a special interest in treating musicians’ injuries. She has a background in music performance, and looks for opportunities to help musicians play without pain.
Originally from New Mexico, Carlee is an Oregon resident since 2011 and comes to Focus Physical Therapy’s Eastside Clinic from Eugene. She is happy to be on the sunny side of the mountains and eager to explore Bend and the variety of cultural and outdoor opportunities in the area.
- Master of Science in Physical therapy, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, CO, 2002
- Bachelor of Music, University of Denver, Denver, CO, 1998
- Certificate of Manual Therapy (COMT), IAOM, 2007
- Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
- Functional Movement Assessment (FMS)
- Differential Diagnosis and Manual Therapy of Spine and Extremities
- Over 48 hours of post-professional coursework toward Doctor of Science in Physical therapy
Carlee is accepting new orthopedic, spine, MVA and Workers Compensation patients at this time. She may be contacted directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org