Community Clinic

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Our Services

Orthopedic and Sports Medicine

Our therapists find joy in helping you move better than ever. We treat the continuum of patients from those who enjoy an easy pace of life to the professional athlete in need of advanced interventions. Our therapists are trained to address all orthopedic conditions from over-use wear and tear to after-surgery cases.


Every child loves to play exuberantly – to move more and to laugh more, regardless of obstacles before them. Our therapists combine cutting-edge expertise with their own love of play to create new possibilities for children and their families. We provide therapy for children of all ages, with all levels of abilities and all types of diagnoses, opening our community up to what is really possible.

Hours and Location

Response to COVID-19:

The George Fox Community Physical Therapy Clinic is now open for in-person or telehealth appointments. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please call the clinic at 503-554-2479 and leave a message for the physical therapist. Calls are usually returned by the end of the next business day.

We are located in the Roberts Center at 501 Villa Road, Newberg, OR 97132. Entrance to the Community Physical Therapy Clinic is on the south side of the building at the end of Sherman Street. Map

Contact Information

For more information or to schedule an appointment ...
Community Clinic phone: 503-554-2479.
Community Clinic fax: 503-554-3918

Cardiopulmonary Therapeutics

We offer rehabilitation for those who have experienced a cardiac event or who have had cardiac-related surgery. We also provide therapy for persons with lung-related disorders such as COPD. Our therapists utilize state-of-the-art EKG/ECG equipment to monitor the vital capacity of patients during their therapy sessions to assure safety and to customize treatment programs.

Center for Health and Wellness

You don’t have to be broken to benefit from the knowledge of a physical therapist. We are committed to meeting the health and wellness needs of our community in order to keep our members strong now and well into the future. The therapists in our clinic offer classes and educational sessions on topics such as nutrition, exercise, pain and stress management, and smoking cessation.

Our Mission

The George Fox University Physical Therapy Community Clinic shares a common mission with the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. We strive to meet the health and wellness needs of our community through innovative practice, passionate commitment, the pursuit of excellence and generous service. Our founding vision and primary goal is to continually serve the needs of those without access to physical therapy through our pro-bono clinic.

Our Office

Community Clinic


We provide pro-bono services as part of our mission to meet the health and wellness needs of our community. Our services are offered free of charge to those who qualify. Please call our clinic at 503-554-2479 for more information.


We are a participating provider for Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon and will submit charges to Regence on your behalf. We offer a self-pay option if you have an insurance plan that we are not a provider for. Please call Marcey at 503-554-2454 for more information.


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Meet Our Therapists

Jaydee Romick

Jaydee Romick, PT, DPT

Clinic Phone: 503-554-2479
Direct Phone: 503-554-2464

Jaydee joined the Community Clinic in August of 2020. Her background and interests include health and wellness, orthopedics, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. She also has experience with corporate wellness, lecturing for companies such as A-dec, Logical Position, Mentor Graphics, and Viewpoint, and she lectures on nutrition for the university's DPT cardiopulmonary course and its Health and Wellness Week. Jaydee loves using movement and food as medicine to get people back to doing the things they love!

Jaydee received her bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Linfield College. While there, she was a starter for the intercollegiate softball team, winning the Division III World Series her junior year and runner-up her sophomore and senior years. It was as a student she developed a love for health and wellness and for strength and conditioning. She went on to receive her doctor of physical therapy degree from George Fox University, where she received the Innovation in Practice Award from the faculty upon graduation.

Jaydee was born and raised in Damascus, Oregon, and currently lives in Beaverton with her husband, Jordy, and their new daughter, Blake. She loves to be active and spend time with friends and family.

Daniel Kang

Daniel Kang, PT, DPT

Phone: 503-554-2460

Dan has been with the Community Clinic since fall of 2013. He enjoys working with spine care, pain management, cardiac and pulmonary condition. His background is in manual therapy and was a private practice owner for the last 12 years prior to joining George Fox University. Dan began at George Fox in 2013 and is an associate professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program for Cardiac and Pulmonary Therapeutics, Business Management, and Orthopedics courses. He holds an associate in physical therapy degree, bachelor in health science, master of physical therapy, and doctorate of physical therapy from Loma Linda University.

Dan is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and Oregon Physical Therapy Association. Dan is blessed with three wonderful girls with wife Michelle. They enjoy riding bikes, eating delicious food and traveling.

Marcey Keefer Hutchison

Marcey Keefer Hutchison, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CMP

Phone: 503-554-2454

Marcey has been with the Community Clinic since its opening in March of 2013. She is a board certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy and a Certified Athletic Trainer. Her background in sports medicine spans 29 years of providing athletes with care in a variety of settings, including medical coverage for the Cascade Half Marathon, Portland Marathon, U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, the Women’s Pro Beach Volleyball Tour and numerous Oregon School Activities Association events.

Marcey joined George Fox in 2011 and is an associate professor in the School of Physical Therapy. She is the lead instructor for Therapeutic Exercise, Orthopedic Assessment and Rehabilitation and Differential Diagnosis courses. Prior to teaching at George Fox, she was director and shareholder at Therapeutic Associates, Inc. in Keizer, Oregon, for 14 years. During that time she also managed the athletic training program for the Salem-Keizer School District. She holds a bachelor's degree in physical education from Willamette University, a master of science in physical therapy from Pacific University, and a doctor of physical therapy from Northeastern University.

She is chairperson of the School of Physical Therapy's Admissions Committee, and is a former board member of the Salem Area Trail Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness through access to outdoor recreation. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Oregon Physical Therapy Association and the Daughter's of Hawaii. When not teaching, Marcey can be found with her husband Don, running or biking on trails in the mountains of Central Oregon.

Li-Zandre van Eeden, PT, DPT

Li-Zandré Philbrook, PT, DPT

Phone: 503-554-2456

Li-Zandré joined the Community Clinic in December 2015. She enjoys working with a wide variety of orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions, including sports medicine, joint disorders and cardiac rehabilitation. She also has experience treating neurological conditions such as traumatic brain injury, stroke, cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s disease. She has brought her clinical knowledge to the classroom for the last four years in her role as a teaching assistant in the DPT program. Li-Zandré views physical therapy as the best way to utilize her passion to serve people and return them to sports and activity.

Li-Zandré received her bachelor of science degree in exercise and sport science with an emphasis in sports medicine from Oregon State University. During her time at OSU, she had the honor of not only working with the Oregon State University football team for two consecutive seasons, but also with the Oregon State baseball program and the university's gymnastics team. She was awarded the Athletic Training Student of the Year for the state of Oregon in her senior year. Her doctor of physical therapy was received from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Diego, where she graduated with high honors. She is also certified in the LSVT BIG program, which specializes in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Li-Zandré was born and raised in Pretoria, South Africa, and has been living in the United States for the last 13 years. She enjoys both watching and playing all kinds of sports, hiking, and spending time with her husband, two daughters, family and friends.

Ryan Jacobson

Ryan Jacobson, PT, DPT, PCS

Phone: 503-554-2462

Ryan has served in our Community Clinic since the summer of 2014. He is a board-certified clinical specialist in pediatrics who has worked with children and families in home, early intervention and advanced clinical settings since 2000. Ryan began at George Fox in 2013 and is an associate professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy school, teaching Pediatric Physical Therapy, Prosthetics & Orthotics, and Patient Care Skills. He holds a bachelor of science degree in physics and a doctor of physical therapy degree, both from the University of Puget Sound. Prior to George Fox, he was the pediatric rehab supervisor at the Providence Children’s Development Institute in Portland, Oregon.

Ryan also serves as a board member and committee chair with the Oregon Pediatric Special Interest Group, pursues research related to achieving meaningful physical therapy outcomes for children and adults, and travels yearly with George Fox DPT for our service trip to Uganda to help advocates there improve the lives of children with disabilities.

In his various endeavors he seeks to empower children and families to pursue and achieve what really matters for full participation in life. Ryan is moved by music, plays jazz saxophone, loves creative endeavors with his daughter Alex and wife Stephanie, fashions himself a competitive volleyball player, and finds fulfillment in journey, contribution and the building of others.