Daniel Brasch, DPT

Daniel Brasch, PT, DPT

Spanish-Speaking; neck, foot/ankle, TMJ, post op Knee/shoulder, running, low back

Dan graduated from the University of Portland in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and Life Science. He spent a semester studying Spanish abroad in Granada, Spain in 2005. After working as a PT aide in Beaverton, OR following college, he enrolled in Eastern Washington University’s DPT program in Spokane, WA. He served as president of his class and graduated in 2011 with a doctoral degree in physical therapy. He was employed in Grants Pass for nearly two years before joining Jackson County PT in July of 2013.

Dan enjoys working with a general orthopedic population, and has a special interest in patients with spine pathologies, the prevention and treatment of running injuries, and the use of manual therapy to relieve pain, improve mobility, and maximize function with patients. He is currently working towards becoming an Orthopedic Certified Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association, and has taken continuing education classes through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.

Outside the clinic, Dan enjoys running and regularly enters both road and trail races in Southern Oregon. Dan is an active member of Southern Oregon Runners (SOR) and Southern Oregon Running Enthusiasts (S.O.R.E.). He was also voted favorite physical therapist in Medford in 2017 by the Readers of the Medford Sneak Preview Magazine. He also enjoys music, hiking, and spending time with his wonderful fiancée, Tara, who is also a physical therapist.


Matthew Jurek, DPT, CSCS, CPT

Matthew Jurek, PT, DPT, CSCS, CPTPhysical Therapist

Sports medicine, orthopedic injuries, performance enhancement, post-op, running analysis, ASTYM & Graston certified

Matthew T. Jurek was born in Los Angeles, California, moved to the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, yet considers himself a Hoosier as he grew up in Carmel, Indiana.  He graduated with honors from the Indiana University school of Health and Sciences with a BS degree in Kinesiology and minor in Biology in 2005.  While at IU, Matt also earned the designation as a Big Ten Academic All-American while playing football.  Matt then continued his education through the IU Doctorate of Physical Therapy program, and graduated in 2008.  While earning this degree, Matt furthered his credentials by becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  He is also certified for ASTYM and for Graston treatments.

Matt enjoys working with both the serious and recreational athlete in order to return them to their respectful activity through a functional, therapeutic approach.  He believes strongly in the use of theraputic exercise, education and manual techniques to target the affected joint area, as well as the whole system, in order to aid in the recovery of an individual’s active lifestyle.  Matt has a strong backround in personalizing programs for individuals with all levels of exercise backround.

Matt has relocated to Grants Pass, Oregon with his new wife, Leah, in order to further explore their shared hobbies of hiking, backpacking, kayaking, and various other recreational activities.  Make no mistake; Matt and Leah are still die-hard Indianapolis Colts fans.

Kathy Bowlin, PT, MS

Kathy Bowlin, PT, MSPhysical Therapist

Shoulder, balance, post-op hip/knee/shoulders, SI joint, foot/ankle

Kathy was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii.  She attended the University of Oregon where she received her undergraduate degree and teaching certification in physical education in 1981 and a Master’s Degree in Adapted Physical Education in 1983.  She completed her physical therapy training at Pacific University in 1985.  Following graduation, Kathy relocated to Medford where she practiced at Providence Medford Medical Center from 1986-2003.  Kathy joined Jackson County Physical Therapy in 2003.  She is a certified arthritis aquatics instructor and has taught aquatics classes through the Providence Community Pool Program.

Her professional areas of interest include treatment of shoulder and orthopedic disorders of the extremities, post-surgical rehabilitation, geriatrics, total joint replacements.

Kathy is an accomplished martial artist and has competed at the national level.  She holds a 2nd degree blackbelt and now teaches karate in Eagle Point.

Kathy lives in Medford and has two grown sons.

Justin Carson, DPT, OCS, CSCS

Justin Carson, DPT, CSCS, OCSPhysical Therapist

TMJ, Spine, MVA, headaches, foot/ankle, neck, low back

Justin was born and raised in Coquille, Oregon. He completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Pre-Therapy from Oregon State University in 2000. Justin received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2004.

After graduate school, Justin attended the Kaiser Permanente Fellowship in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy in Hayward, California. During his residency, he received advanced training in manual therapy, exercise prescription, and self-management specializing in the spine, shoulder and knee. Upon completion of the residency, he earned a Level 3 Manual Therapy certification.  Justin Joined JCPT in 2004 and became a partner in 2007.  His professional areas of interest include spine, shoulder, and TMJ dysfunction, orthopedic and sports injuries, and MVA.  Justin received additional certification as a Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS), and he is a certified strength and conditioning specialist.

Justin became a partner at JCPT in 2007, and enjoys coordinating local educational opportunities for health care providers.  He also teaches on various physical therapy topics.
Justin is an avid mountain biker and Oregon State Beavers fan, enjoys camping, jogging, swimming, and traveling with his family.  In his free time, Justin teaches P.E. at the Medford Montessori School.

Justin and his wife, Terri (a native of southern Oregon), live in Medford with their two children, Elise and Braeden.

Phoenix, Oregon Office

Jackson County Physical Therapy Phoenix office
242 North Phoenix Road
Phoenix, OR 97535
Phone: (541) 512-0757
Fax: (541) 535-6016MAP/DIRECTIONS



Dennis Schepmann MPT, OCS – Running injuries, peripheral joints, SI joint, balance, spine and ribs, CVA/TBI

Rebecca Iden, DPT – Vestibular, balance, Parkinson’s, cyclists/bike fitting, post-op and general orthopedics

Liz Amuchastegui, PT, DPT – Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Lumbar, pelvis/SI joint, Thoracic/ribs, pre-&post op, CrossFit, sports injuries, swimming, running, hypermobility/instability, and posture

Eagle Point, Oregon Office

Jackson County Physical Therapy Eagle Point Office
158 W. Main St.
Eagle Point, OR 97524
Phone: (541) 830-0914
Fax: (541) 830-0923MAP/DIRECTIONS



Mary Ellen Campbell, PT, DPT – Neuro, CVA, balance, vestibular, post-op UE/LE joints, neck/back pain

Brandhen Snyder, PT, MPT – Orthopedic injury, post-surgical, CS/LS pain, fall prevention, balance, vertigo

Leah Harris, PT, DPT – Ankle,/knee/foot, elbow/wrist/hand, manual therapy, headaches and TMJ, vertigo, post-surgical recovery, return to sport, running evaluation, Astym certified

Kylie Padget, PT, DPT – Lumbar, lower extremities, injuries, post-op, manual therapy and pelvic health.


Central Medford, Oregon Office

Jackson County Physical Therapy Central Medford office

36 Hawthorne St.
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 776-2333
Fax: (541) 776-2495




Justin Carson, DPT, OCS, CSCS – TMJ, Spine, MVA, headaches, foot/ankle, neck, low back

Kathy Bowlin, PT, MS – Shoulder, balance, post-op hip/knee/shoulders, SI joint, foot/ankle

Daniel Brasch, PT, DPT – Neck, foot/ankle, TMJ, orthopedics, post-op knee/shoulder, running, low back, Spanish-speaking

Jeremy Brady, PT, DPT – Spine, hip, knee, ankle, post-op, runners, balance

Ellen Goodall, PT, DPT – Vertigo,  dizziness/ear infection/BPPV,  balance,  Meniere’s disease, vestibular loss, headaches, neck, shoulder, joint replacement, yoga

Ashland, Oregon Office

Jackson County Physical Therapy Ashland Office
370 E. Hersey St.
Ashland, OR 97520

Phone: (541) 482-6360
Fax: (541) 482-6801



Tim Palmesano, MSPT, SCS – Strains/sprains, soft tissue injuries, sport injuries, pre/post-op, TMJ, peripheral joints, fractures, head/neck/back

Tara Brasch, PT, DPT – Hips, knees, ankle/foot, pre/post-op rehab, neck, shoulders, running analysis

Amber Cross, PT, DPT – Neck, back, hips, ankle/knee stabilization, adult/pediatric neurological conditions, balance/fall risk, musculoskeletal pediatrics and nerve pain

Jacob Anderson, PT, DPT – SI, shoulder, wrist/elbow, hip, knee, balance, low back

Nathan Lewis, PT, DPT – Spine, shoulder, hips, knees, ankle/ foot, sports injuries, low back, SI joint, overuse injuries

Doug Korcek, PT – Strains/sprains, balance, myofascial pain, fractures, tendon repairs, pelvic girdle, chronic pain, shoulder, back, neck, knee, hand therapy, muscle weakness, vertigo

Stephanie Clark, PT, DPT, OCS  – Post-op, cervical, lumbar, shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip, knee, foot/ankle, vertigo, running injuries

Linda Muhlenkamp PT, MPT, CIMT – Neck, back, shoulder, ankle, foot, hip, knees, elbows, wrist, neurological, strokes, brain injuries, pediatrics,  myofascial release, balance

Bryant Brueckner PT, DPT– Ankle/foot, knee, hips, lumbar, shoulder post-op, vestibular, BVPV, balance


Doug Korcek, PT

Doug Korcek, PT

Doug is a graduate from the School of Physical Therapy at Loma Linda University, California.  His emphasis is helping his patient achieve their highest possible level of function in a caring, practical and enjoyable manner. The majority of his experience has been in private practice where he utilizes his years of accumulated knowledge to assess musculoskeletal problems, using hands-on manual therapy techniques and educating his patients about how they can better manage their condition to avoid recurrence.   

Part of his arsenal of pain relieving techniques directed towards the spine and extremities include skilled osteopathic techniques such as strain counter strain, myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, and primal reflex release techniques.  In addition to treating vertigo and balance deficiencies, he is experienced in rehabilitation of orthopedic surgical and non-surgical interventions, including joint replacements, rotator cuff repairs, hand surgeries, tendon repairs and wound care.  

Doug’s goal is to help his patients achieve lasting pain relief and restore lost function by incorporating a wellness program into his discharge planning.   

For 20 years, Doug owned his own PT clinic and fitness gym with an aquatic therapy pool. He enjoys spending time with his wife Mary, motorcycle riding, gardening, playing tennis, water skiing, hiking and family events.  Their three children have completed graduate school and live out of the area with their spouses.