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Lesley Weinberg, PT, DPT, GCS
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Musculoskeletal disorders including spine, extremities, vestibular rehabilitation, balance and falls prevention, SEMG, women’s health for urine and fecal incontinence as well as dyspareunia
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy - Outpatient, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, Vestibular Rehabilitation
APTA Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, 2012 Vestibular Rehabilitation, 2000 Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association in Adult Hemiplegia, 1987 Licensed Physical Therapist, 1985
Education and Professional Achievements
Pacific University, Forest Grove, Ore., 1985 Southern Oregon State University, Ashland, 1983
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Thank you for helping me get better.
She was EXCELLENT, very helpful, and I am having good results from following her treatment. Thanks!
Lesley has helped me to strengthen my legs and improve my overall balance and conditioning. She gives good directions and helps to clarify any misunderstandings. I like her sense of humor which helps my attitude!
Leslie, is very compassionate, caring practitioner. I was taken care of very well.
I was very impressed with the provider´s knowledge, skill & professionalism. I´m expecting to see my urology condition greatly improve under her care.
Leslie is very knowledgeable. And rewarding with encouraging words. Gave good positive feedback. Honored my care needs specific to me.
The care provider had me move a variety of ways during the assessment, one movement caused considerable pain that remained throughout the visit (& post-visit). I told her I was still in pain late in the visit, & wish she had offered some suggestions to resolve the pain.
She was very respectful, kind, and knowledgeable.