Meet our Therapists

Jim Cenova

PT, OCS, Cert. MDT

“My passion is treating the most miraculous machine ever created, the human body. I have the greatest job on earth, working with patients to understand their bodies and teach them how to heal themselves.”

Jim believes all sports injuries share some common characteristics, but each is also unique. The demands of a recreational 5K runner are different than someone looking to lose 10 pounds and different from someone looking to increase their strength in order to perform a double body weight deadlift. There are key characteristics to each.

The solution is to give the right interventions and the right information, to the right patient at the right time.

Jim’s specialties include being a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and a certified McKenzie Method therapist.  Jim holds Level II FMS certification.  More recently, he has become certified in Hardstyle Kettlebells and with experience, Kettlebells can be a safe way to progress strength and conditioning in athletes minimizing joint stress and maximizing the conditioning effect. He also believes in the safe, effective use of barbells to gain significant strength.  He has traveled to the world famous Gym Jones in Salt Lake City, UT. This facility is responsible for the training of many athletes in recent Hollywood movies (“300”, “300: Rise of an Empire”, “Man of Steel”, “Batman v Superman”).

Jim has a road bike he rides often, has run Hood to Coast multiple times, has run numerous half marathons, 5Ks and 10Ks and has recently learned to suffer on a Schwinn Airdyne and a Concept 2 Rower/Ergometer.

Adam Reinecker

PT, Cert. MDT

“I have the privilege of returning patients back to being healthy and happy!”

Adam Reinecker, PT earned his physical therapy degree from Pacific University in 2008. He went on to complete a certification in “The McKenzie Method” in 2011. In addition, he is a certified ASTYM provider


Adam is a member of of the American Physical Therapy Association and McKenzie Institute International. He is adjunct faculty at his alma mater, Pacific University, teaching Biomechanics to physical therapy program students. He is a certified clinical instructor and enjoys educating physical therapy students from around the northwest.


Adam enjoys treating a variety of orthopedic conditions, such as neck pain, low back pain, shoulder and knee pain. As a runner who has completed a number of 8K, 10K, and half-marathon races, he has first hand knowledge of how to return athletes to sport quickly and safely.


When away from work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, skiing, hiking, and camping.