Kerry Boysen, MPT

Kerry is the owner and physical therapist at Restore Physical Therapy.  She has 20 years of clinical experience in orthopedics and women’s health physical therapy, and she is passionate about women’s health and helping women restore function and achieve well being in all aspects of their life.  She strives to truly understand the cause of each patient’s symptoms and to address the root cause.

Kerry is a graduate of Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa (BA in Biology, 1995), and she received her Master’s in Physical Therapy degree from The University of Iowa (1997). Throughout her career, Kerry has lived and worked in Milwaukee & Madison, Wisconsin, and Portland & Corvallis, Oregon in a variety of practice settings.  While she initially focused her continuing education on orthopedic manual therapy techniques including muscle energy, strain counterstrain, and myofascial release, she hadn’t found her passion until she started her women’s health continuing education in 2004. She has completed over 200 hours of education specific to women’s health physical therapy. Kerry has her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy-Pelvic (CAPP-Pelvic) through the American Physical Therapy Association, and is currently working towards her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy-Pregnancy and Postpartum (CAPP-OB).

Having recognized a need in the Corvallis community for women’s health physical therapy services, Kerry combined her passion and clinical skills to open Restore Physical Therapy. She is also a wife and mother of two.  One of Kerry’s goals is to be able to balance her professional and her personal life, which you will see reflected in the clinic’s hours. (She will be the first to admit this is a lofty goal!)  Kerry has been on the patient side of physical therapy and understands the importance of being listened to, receiving care in a private comfortable setting, having her time valued, and gaining knowledge of how to continue self-care beyond the clinic.  

Kerry enjoys hiking, reading, baking, traveling, girls nights out, and family nights in.