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Greg Zadow

GREG ZADOW P.T., D.P.T. Greg is the owner and clinic director of Green Ridge Physical Therapy & Wellness. He has been a self-employed physical therapist since 1998 and started his private practice in Sisters, Oregon in February 2001. Greg’s education includes a Bachelor of Applied Science, Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia, Adelaide, as well as a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals, Utah and advanced training as a Jones Strain Counterstrain Certified Practitioner. He has completed the Mastery Program through the Counterstrain Academy and will begin teaching advanced classes in Counterstrain in 2018 through both the Jones Institute and the Counterstrain Academy.

Greg has built a broad base of clinical expertise with more than 2000 hours of continuing education in the field of manual therapy and a specialized focus on Counterstrain Techniques since 2007. He has been fortunate to study with internationally-renowned experts in Osteopathic techniques and principles with additional instruction from respected physical therapists from Australia, Europe and the United States. He has a balanced approach through integrating the latest research with comprehensive instruction in movement analysis, exercise prescription and athletic conditioning.

Active in the Sisters community, Greg supports middle school and high school athletics, providing coach and teacher training for injury pevention. Greg lives just outside of Sisters with his wife Kim which is an ideal location for their numerous children and grandchildren to come and visit. Greg is a lover of the outdoors and the beauty of Sisters Country. In the summer time he enjoys cycling, hiking, and golf and during winter months enjoys backcountry and skate skiing.

EDUCATION Bachelor of Applied Science, Physiotherapy; University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia, 1990. Doctor of Physical Therapy; Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals, Provo, Utah, 2005.