JONATHAN ENG, PT, DPT, CSCS
Owner, Physical Therapist
Boston College 2001, BA Economics
Pacific University 2013,
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Jon is a former baseball player, distance runner, and Ironman triathlete. He has opened and managed health clubs in DC, co-founded a non-profit in Portland, produced running and triathlon events in China, and ranched in eastern Oregon. With over 15 years of coaching, racing, and strength & conditioning experience, his extensive background in athletics and movement science compliment his clinical skills in orthopedic manual therapy and Fascial Counterstrain (www.counterstrain.com). His focus is emphasizing injury pre-habilitation and long-term athletic achievement. In his personal time, he enjoys running in the mountains, building with his hands, having a beer with his wife Lindsay, and exploring with his children, Julia and Bauer, on waterfall hikes and adventures.
“I love what I do and never feel like I am going to work. Applied anatomy is my passion.” – Jonathan Eng
PAULIE HEISEL, DC
Oregon State University 2001, BA Exercise Science
Concordia University 2013, MBA
University of Western States 2020, Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Heisel was born in Eugene, Oregon and has had an inspiring journey to become a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine. From being a very active child and young adult, to coaching swimming and waterpolo while personal training all ages of individuals, to a decade of work as a Physical Therapist Assistant, and finally returning to school to be able to help even more people as a Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Heisel is dedicated to everyone he meets to assist with getting them moving in the direction of becoming the best them. When Dr. Heisel is not helping others, he is enjoying life with his spouse and dog, out on the water, in the forest, or in the gym.
Having an extensive education in and experience with manual therapy and exercise/fitness after obtaining his doctorate Dr. Heisel thought that marrying all of his various expertise holistically would be a great benefit to all patients.
Tam is a dancer with 30+ years of teaching experience. As a professional dancer for several dance companies, she volunteered time to outreach programs, sat on the board of non-profit dance organizations in both Houston and Dallas, and had the pleasure of stage managing many dance performances.
As a teacher, she established performing dance companies, which provided her students with opportunities to express their love of movement to a wider audience, thus encouraging the next generation of teachers and performers. She retired from teaching in 2013 to pursue her DPT, but found a new calling when she embarked on a summer adventure in 2015 and found home in the PNW. After meeting mentor and friend, Jon Eng, she discovered she had an unknown strength for front office management.