New Kruse Village facility to offer orthopedic, physical medicine starting this summer

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Rebound currently treats many Southwest Portland-area patients at its Moda Center facility. For years, residents of the Southwest Portland suburbs have had to travel miles up the freeway to receive care from Rebound Orthopedic and Neurosurgery doctors and specialists.

But starting this summer, many of those services will be available in Lake Oswego. Rebound plans to open a new clinic in July or August at 4811 Meadows Road, Suite 101, in Kruse Village's 62,000-square-foot retail and restaurant center.

Rebound Executive Director John Bauman says he and his team are eager to accommodate their many patients who live on the south side of Portland.

"We treat a number of patients from the south side already at our facility at the Moda Center," Bauman says. "Kruse Way is very well-known. It will be a visible location for us, and there's the convenience of retail parking as opposed to a parking structure. It's meant to be more direct to our consumer and more convenient for our patients."

Rebound has treated patients in Portland and Southwest Washington for more than 40 years. The Kruse Village clinic will be its sixth, and its third facility in Oregon. It will offer orthopedic and physical medicine services, as well as physical therapy, casting and X-rays.

The clinics specialize in a variety of services including orthopedics, brain and spine care, sports injuries, physiatry (physical medicine and rehabilitation) and physical therapy. Rebound doctors are the team physicians for the Portland Trail Blazers, the Portland Winterhawks and several collegiate teams.

In a press release from Kruse Village developer Gramor Development, Bauman said he and his team also chose the retail location "because of its focus on health and wellness among many of the existing tenants. With everything from medical and therapeutic care to fitness training and smart food choices, it's already a destination for people who are looking to maintain active and healthy lifestyles."

Kruse Village already includes fitness studios such as Barre3 Fitness Studio and BurnCycle, as well as healthy food options such as Freshii.

Gramor President Barry Cain says he and his company were also eager to add Rebound's services to the development's offerings.

"It's a great service to have in the community," Cain says. "I think it fits well with the type of things we'll be doing."

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