Our team | Bend, Oregon
Our rehabilitation team uses an integrated approach to provide ongoing care for adults and children. We help you recover, renew and resume.
Jennifer has 17 years of physical therapy experience and has worked in various facilities across the country
from Honolulu to Alaska to San Diego. She has enjoyed helping patients in multiple settings including the
hospital, neuro rehabilitation, wound care center and in home health. Although she loves all of these areas,
her real passion is in the outpatient clinic working in the women’s health setting. She specializes in pelvic floor
dysfunction and manual therapy.
“There are so many women in our society who have pelvic floor dysfunction who don’t know there are
options to help them,” she said. “Assisting women to be more comfortable, more confident and achieve more
happiness in their daily lives is a passion for me.”
When she is not working with patients at the clinic, you can find Jennifer kiteboarding on the Columbia River,
rock climbing at Smith Rock or skiing the summit of Mt. Bachelor with her husband Kevin.
After graduating from New York University in 2013 with her doctorate in physical therapy, Nicole focused on
orthopedics and sports medicine. As a certified strength and conditioning specialist and active member of the
orthopedic section of the American Physical Therapy Association, Nicole uses a blend of manual therapy and
therapeutic exercise prescription to achieve the functional goals of her patients.
“Physical therapy is about feeling empowered,” she said. “My passion is patient-centered care, working
together to achieve the goals that will carry over to the passions they have outside of the clinic.”
In her free time, Nicole loves to spend time with her husband and dog, as well as ski, cook, travel and root for
her native Boston sports teams.
Oregon born and raised, Scott Ruby has spent 25 years practicing as a physical therapist. Scott has earned
an orthopedics specialist certification, has successfully completed the Folsom Long Term Manual Physical
Therapy Program and has spent significant time delving into coursework at the North American Institute of
Orthopedic Manual Therapy.
“Working in various states and around many other clinicians has exposed me to many types of treatment
approaches,” he said. “I most enjoy a one-on-one working relationship with my patients where the focus is on
the patient and the work is for the patient!”
When Scott, his wife and their two teenagers aren’t cheering on his alma mater OSU football team, Scott
enjoys hiking, kayaking, playing the piano and creating stained glass art.