Sara Ulrich, PT
Sara Ulrich earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology/Biology from the University of Wisconsin. She earned her Master’s in Physical Therapy at the College of St. Catherine’s in Minneapolis, MN. She worked in several states after graduating before being drawn to the amazing outdoor lifestyle that Oregon offers.
With over two decades of experience, Sara has taken many specialized courses in manual therapy. She has always been passionate about women’s health – an area in healthcare she feels is often neglected. In her early years as a healthcare professional, she completed several continuing education courses in treating women’s health issues with physical therapy. Even before joining Clear Passage, she enjoyed helping her patients overcome many types of urinary and pelvic pain and dysfunction.
She enjoys using her manual skills to find the root cause of her patients’ problems, rather than treating only their symptoms. The result is permanent structural changes rather than temporary results.
In her spare time, Sara enjoys downhill skiing, backpacking, yoga, traveling and spending time with her seven-year-old daughter. In 2013 and 2014, Sara spent two weeks in Haiti as a volunteer, bringing the benefits of manual therapy to the wonderful people there.