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Dr. Jennifer Hargis PT, DPT 

Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

I received my doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of Puget Sound in 2005. I went into the field of PT after recovering from head injuries and seeing the benefit of PT as a patient. I realized that my love for exercise and spending time with children could become a career in PT. I was formally trained in the TheraSuit Method in 2006. My specialty areas/interests include intensives, pediatrics, neurological rehab, myofascial release, and reflex integration. On November 30th 2009, I was blessed to be a part of the opening of CIT. I was the first PT to treat kiddos, along with being the clinic manager when we first opened and up until 2020, I am amazed at how fast we grew after opening! I am super passionate about being a PT and very driven to help kiddos meet their goals. 

Dr. Cassandra Dunsire PT, DPT

Clinic Manager

Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Cassie was born and raised in Aberdeen, Washington. She graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science prior to attending Northern Arizona University where she received her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy in 2009. Shortly after graduation, Cassie moved to Portland where she began employment at an outpatient orthopedic clinic. During that time, she completed many advanced manual therapy courses through the Institute of Physical Art. Cassie has always had a passion for working with children and joined the Children’s Intensive Therapy NW team in February 2016. She has completed numerous courses in neuroplasticity, PNF, NDT, and currently completing training in Total Motion Release (TMR) Tots. In an effort to give back to the profession, Cassie has assisted with the Biomechanics Lab for first year Physical Therapy students at Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon since Fall 2016. 

Dr. Cameron Craig PT, DPT

Physical Therapist - Doctor Of Physical Therapy

Cameron has been involved with providing children with support long before becoming a Physical Therapist. Cameron worked for United Cerebral Palsy as a Child Support Professional and volunteering for "Go Baby Go" in Portland and Special Olympics in Spokane.

Cameron is

Proficient in evaluation and treatment of individuals with neuromuscular deficits. He is experienced in implementing meaningful interventions to facilitate a patient's increased functionality. Cameron works with the families to provide training to increase patient and caregiver safety during weekly visits and prior to discharge

Cameron looks forward to helping your child. 

Riley Murray, PTA

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant

Riley Murray, PTA is a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) who completed her Associate of Applied Science degree from the Mt. Hood Community College PTA program. She finished her final clinical rotation at Shriner’s Hospital for Children where she gained pediatric in-patient and out-patient experience. She also received a Bachelor's of Science in Biology at Warner Pacific College, where she was awarded academic and athletic scholarships in soccer and track and field. Riley received her license in 2013 and began her career as a PTA at CIT.

Breanna Curry, PTA

Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant

Breanna is a 2014 Physical Therapist Assistant graduate from Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne, Wyoming. She was born and raised in Wyoming and relocated to Oregon at the end of 2016. She has worked with all skills, ages and settings. Breanna fell in love with the fast and interactive pace that pediatric therapy offers and loves getting to be a kid again on a daily bases.

Cindy Bussie, PTA

Licensed Physical Therapy Assistance

Cindi Bussey received her Physical Therapy Assistance degree from Mt Hood Community College and loved working with kids. She works closely with her co-worker and families to produce the best put come for our patients. 

Hutton Brault

Pediatric Gym Floor Coordinator

Hutton is the glue that holds the gym together! Hutton graduated from Western Oregon University and started her career servicing disable adults in a day program to foster social skills with other disabled adults. Hutton felt rewarded helping this population but pediatrics was where her heart was at. Hutton started working at CIT in 2012 and is going strong and has never looked back. 

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