Our Therapists

Bryan Pasternak
Bryan’s passion is helping people move better and with less pain. He has been a Physical Therapist (MPT, University of Delaware.) since 1998 and has a diverse background. Prior to joining Beyond The Clinic in March 2009, he was involved in starting and building Tuality Hospital’s Spine Program and OHSU’s Spine and Sport Center on the waterfront. Bryan utilizes his additional degrees in Exercise Physiology (MS, Penn State) and Nutrition (BS, Cornell University.) when possible. His hobbies revolve around endurance sports, weight training and gardening.
Aaron Saari
Aaron first became interested in physical therapy at the University of Michigan where he graduated with a degree in exercise physiology in 1997 and applied this knowledge to college athletes. In 2001, he earned his graduate PT degree from Central Michigan University. He went on to work full time with U.S. Ski Team athletes helping them to win Gold and Silver medals at the 2010 Winter Olympics. With a passion for all types of adventure sports including skiing, climbing, and surfing, Aaron utilizes an eclectic approach and his expertise with elite athletes to treat all his patients.
Trevor Stephenson
Trevor graduated with his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2002 from Central Michigan University. He utilizes therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, and movement/postural re-education in his treatment approach, and is experienced in treating sports injuries and surgical patients. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, surfing, skiing, and competing in triathlons.
Lisa Gilbertson
Lisa is originally from Wyoming but came to Oregon to do her undergraduate course work at University of Oregon. She then graduated with honors from Pacific University's School of Physical therapy in 1999. Since graduation she has worked in outpatient settings, specializing in orthopedics, geriatrics and vestibular therapy. She enjoys working with people of all ages, helping them to overcome physical issues to resume their normal activities. When not working, Lisa enjoys doing a variety of outdoor activities with her husband and four kids.
Peggy Loebner
Peggy graduated from Marquette University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy--the last class to receive a 4 year PT degree! Prior to moving to Portland in 2005, she practiced outpatient physical therapy in Chicago for 11 years. Since then she has continued to practice outpatient orthopedic physical therapy. She enjoys getting to know her patients and help them achieve their goals. In her free time, Peggy enjoys running, hiking, reading and spending time with her family.
Paige Perilli
Paige earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University following an undergraduate Exercise and Sport Science degree from Oregon State University. Go Beavs! She enjoys working with both adults and children with orthopedic, neurological, and sports-related conditions and injuries. She is especially interested in helping patients recover from back and neck injuries. She believes in providing quality, individualized, science-based care while empowering her patients through education. Paige is a native of Pendleton, Oregon, and brings her sense of small-town hospitality to all her patients. She enjoys traveling, biking, hiking, eating food, triathlons, Spartan races, and playing with her puppies.

Office Staff

Jess DeVries
Jess has been with Beyond the Clinic since April 2012 and brings many years of admin experience from social services and alternative healthcare. When she isn’t managing the front end of the office, you can find her crocheting, playing volleyball and cooking food with friends.

Beyond the Clinic was founded in 2009 with one mission: to transform how healthcare is provided in Portland.

We operate like a regular physical therapy clinic, but with one significant difference: We bring the therapy to you! Our team of physical therapists is dedicated to providing you with personalized and purposeful care in the comfort of your home. Whether you are recovering from a total joint replacement, you have an older loved one who is injured, or you simply need a movement tune-up, we are happy to help.

Let’s Get started: 503-496-0385