David E. Marquis DPT
David received his undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sport Science from Western Washington University in 1996, and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2002. He established his clinic in January of 2006 and has enjoyed being a part of the Woodburn community during that time. His specialties include assessing and treating orthopedic/sports injuries with an emphasis in spine rehab. His studies have focused primarily on the Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment (MDT) approach along with Strain/Counterstrain for soft-tissue dysfunction.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two young boys, running races and obstacle courses, and watching/coaching his boys in sports.
Ginger Holman, PT
Ginger was born and raised in Woodburn and has been practicing in the area for 20 years. She graduated from Oregon State University and went on to the Western University of Health Science in Southern California to earn her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. Ginger has focused her practice on orthopedics and treats all aspects of the musculoskeletal system. She finds success utilizing manual therapy- Strain/Counterstrain and Muscle Energy Technique, and particularly enjoys the challenges of treating Sacroiliac and Rib cage dysfunction.
In her spare time she enjoys watching her boys play sports, reading historical fiction, and exploring the Willamette Valley.
Lori Reaney PT
Lori received her undergraduate degree in Health Science from Andrews University in MI in 2008, and then her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010. Shortly after graduating, she moved to the Pacific Northwest from the East Coast, where she now calls home. In May 2014, she became published by The International Journal of Diversity in Education along with Dr. John Carlos, Jr. for her capstone research project. Lori has primarily worked with a diverse outpatient orthopedic population and enjoys treating injuries of the hip and low back. She has focused her studies with the McKenzie Institute in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), passing her certification exam in July of 2015.
When away from work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, cooking/baking, flower gardening, and reading.
Mission Statement of Marquis Physical Therapy & Spine Rehab
It is the goal of Marquis Physical Therapy and Spine Rehab, P.C. to provide superior, evidence-based patient care along with unparalleled customer service. Although an emphasis is placed on the renowned McKenzie Method, an eclectic approach to patient care provides outstanding tools for our patients to achieve maximal function. We enlist active participation in the recovery process and empower patients with knowledge by teaching them self-management and injury prevention. In doing so, we will maintain the highest integrity and fiscal soundness for the benefit of our patients and referring physicians.