Molly Kujawa – PT, DPT

Molly Kujawa PT

Molly grew up in La Crescent, MN. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, and received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. Molly has been a patient herself, requiring physical therapy due to shoulder and running injuries, and is passionate about making sure her patients feel heard and well-cared for throughout the entire rehab process.

Molly has an eye for detail, ensuring that the most basic exercises are done correctly. She values a hands-on approach in order to help patients move forward with optimal movement patterns. Molly is excited to walk alongside patients to restore function and create strategies to maintain improvements made in physical therapy. Through education, exercise, and manual therapy, Molly aims to empower patients to overcome barriers in order to fully participate in everyday activities.

In her free time, Molly enjoys anything involving fresh air (hiking, running, biking, frisbee), spending time with her husband Bryce, reading, trying new recipes in the kitchen, discovering coffee shops, and occasionally picking up her trumpet.

Bryant Brueckner, PT, DPT

Bryant Brueckner, PT

Bryant was born and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. He graduated from the University of South Carolina with a major in Biological Sciences and minor in Psychology. He then went on to further pursue his education at Marshall University to become a Doctor of Physical Therapy, graduating in May of 2016.

Bryant has spent the past three years working as a traveling PT, which has provided him with experience in a multitude of different settings, including hospital, skilled nursing, and home health. However, his true passion is outpatient clinics such as Jackson County Physical Therapy. While traveling the country, he learned that he loved the people and beauty of Southern Oregon, having worked here in 2017. This realization led him to return to the region permanently in 2019.

Bryant enjoys working with people from all walks of life and tries to get to know each one individually to form a custom treatment plan. His professional areas of interest include the spine, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle, balance impairments, orthopedic and sport injuries.

When he is not working, Bryant likes to spend his time hiking, backpacking, stand-up paddle boarding, playing tennis and soccer, and seeking new destinations.

Kylie Padget, PT, DPT

Kylie Padget, PT, DPT

Kylie Padget is from the small farm town of Grass Valley, OR. She grew up working on her family’s wheat ranch, participating in 4H, and enjoying volleyball, basketball, water sports, and snow skiing.

Kylie graduated from Washington State University on the President’s Honor Roll with a BS in Kinesiology. She went on to complete her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA, where she graduated with honors. Kylie has specialized in outpatient orthopedic and neurological practice. Her treatment philosophy emphasizes functional evaluation and goals, with emphasis on whole-body integration. Kylie has taken advanced manual therapy courses for myofascial release and joint mobilization. She has been noted for her effectiveness utilizing hands-on manual assessment and treatment in conjunction with constructive communication with her patients.

Kylie has taken advantage of opportunities related to PT including membership in Pre-PT Club and Strength and Conditioning Club at WSU, as well as teaching undergrad anatomy courses. She also has experience volunteering at Rock Steady Boxing for athletes with Parkinson’s Disease and PATH hippotherapy riding program for kids with disabilities.

Kylie specializes in pelvic floor rehabilitation for both males and females. She is a trained and certified advocate for survivors of sexual and domestic violence and trauma.

Linda Muhlenkamp PT, MPT, CIMT

Stephanie Clark, PT, DPT, OCS

Linda Muhlenkamp PT, MPT, CIMT (Certified Integrated Manual Therapist) grew up in Ohio and attended Ohio Northern University where she graduated with a bachelor of science degree in biology. At Ohio Northern, she was a four sport collegiate athlete competing in volleyball, basketball, softball, and tennis. She then attended Northwestern University in Chicago where she earned a master’s degree in physical therapy. After graduation, she moved to Florida to enjoy some warm weather and sunshine while working for a rehabilitation hospital. In this setting, Linda got a lot of experience working with neurological patients especially strokes and traumatic brain injuries.

A few years later Linda wanted to explore the country so decided to work as a travelling physical therapist and got to experience many different places and work settings including acute care hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient private practices, acute rehabilitation, home health, and pediatrics – school and clinic based.

When she was ready to settle down, she chose Lodi, California and worked for Lodi Memorial Hospital for several years. She had many roles in that organization including lead outpatient therapist and rehabilitation supervisor. Also during that time, she worked toward getting a certification in manual therapy which is her passion. She completed that certification (Certified Integrated Manual Therapist) in 2018.

She enjoys treating a wide variety of patients including spine and all extremity joints, neurological diagnoses especially stroke, athletes, pediatrics and all age groups. She makes it a point to get to know what her patient’s thoughts and needs are when designing a treatment plan. Her goal is to find and correct the specific dysfunctions that are causing the problem and to empower the patient to maintain improved function and decreased pain.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, doing anything outdoors – camping, hiking, backpacking, bicycling, tennis, yoga, photography – and learning new things.


Leah Harris, PT, DPT

Leah Harris, PT, DPT
Leah Harris, PT, DPT is a Southern Oregon native who spent the better part of her childhood playing soccer, running, riding horses, and generally sustaining some sort of athletic-related injury. This early experience with physical therapy gave Leah an appreciation of the human body and an innate curiosity for rehabilitation science.

Leah graduated from Stanford University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology. During her undergraduate career, she ran cross country and track, specializing in the 1500m. Leah feels that her experience as a student athlete gave her a strong personal connection to patients who seek to return to their passions, maximize their performance, and prevent future injury.

In 2009, Leah moved across the country to pursue a Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Duke University. During graduate school, Leah dabbled in long distance triathlon competitions, completing her first half-ironman. She also put her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) education to use as a personal trainer. After graduate school, Leah took her first job as a physical therapist in Nashville, Tennessee. She became certified in Astym, a soft tissue therapy technique which aids in the reabsorption of dysfunctional tissue and restoration of normal, pain-free movement patterns. She became a teaching assistance for Astym courses and continues to act as a writer and teaching assistant to the Astym program. Leah also became a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) and has taken her first steps towards beginning her North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) residency which she continues to pursue. In 2015 Leah opened up her own cash-based PT practice treating a diverse patient population and focusing on one-on-one care. Leah firmly believes in this method of treating patients and is proud of Jackson County Physical Therapy’s commitment to this same model of care.

In 2017, Leah, her husband and their three cats moved to Southern Oregon. She is ecstatic to be home and even more appreciative of the natural beauty and gentle pace of life in Southern Oregon. In her free time, Leah enjoys remodeling her 1950s home, gardening, swimming, cooking, reading, rock climbing and exploring the beautiful state of Oregon. She also enjoys spoiling her cats and wonderful husband, in that order.

Deborah Lang

Deborah Lang is an Oregon-licensed and NCCAOM-certified acupuncturist, and a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  In 2000 she received her Master’s degree with honors from Yo San University in Los Angeles, and has been practicing in the Rogue Valley since 2001.  Deborah also is a Certified AromaAcupoint Therapist™ (AAT), which is a gentle, effective treatment that utilizes pure, small-batch essential plant oils applied to acupuncture points that have mutual function and resonance.  This enhances all acupuncture treatments, and is especially beneficial for mental and emotional issues, stress, etc. 

Deborah also has good working knowledge of Western herbal medicine and homeopathy, and she enjoys providing care for people of all ages, and is always exploring new techniques and products in an effort to bring quality of life to those she treats.  She has had success treating a variety of conditions including pain, gynecological/menopausal issues, chronic fatigue, digestive issues, PTSD, anxiety, and depression.  In addition, Deborah completed a one-year post-graduate training in nutritional therapy from the Nutritional Therapy Assn.  She also has several years of experience as a massage therapist and a birth doula. 

Outside of her acupuncture life, Deborah enjoys knitting, reading, spending time with her dogs, walking trails, and drinking large quantities of good tea.

Deborah Lang
Oregon-licensed and NCCAOM-certified acupuncturist

Swimmer’s Shoulder and Injury Prevention event

Happy Fall Swimmers!

Just letting you know about an upcoming event I am putting on about Swimmer’s Shoulder and Injury Prevention for Master’s Swimmers and triathletes.

The presentation and clinic this past spring went great, and I look forward to seeing some familiar faces again!

When: Sunday Sept 30th 1:30 pm to 4:30
Sign up:
Cost: $30 cash or check at the door (covers both presentation and in-water clinic)

Have specific questions you want answered? Send them in advance to:

Hope to see you there!

Liz Amuchastegui

Liz Amuchastegui, PT, DPT

Liz Amuchastegui PT, DPT

Special areas of interest:
Shoulder pain, swimmers, orthopedic injuries, sports injuries

Liz Amuchastegui PT, DPT ("Uh-MOOCH-ah-STEH-gee") received her Doctor of Physical
Therapy degree from Regis University in 2015 with Alpha Sigma Nu honors. She loves to work
with patients and athletes of all ages, helping them understand their treatment plan and how it
relates to their goals. She seeks to give her patients the tools they need to learn to take care of
their own bodies and get back to doing the things they love while addressing the root cause of
their problems and preventing recurrences. Liz enjoys treating all orthopedic conditions but
particularly the shoulder. She is also skilled at treating hypermobile individuals and athletes
seeking a quick but safe return to sports. She has a keen eye for adverse movement patterns
and uses a hands-on and detailed approach.

Liz also works with local swim clubs on injury prevention programs and technique optimization.
Before working as a physical therapist, Liz studied at Stanford University, and competed on the
swim team, achieving two 2nd place individual NCAA Div. 1 finishes. She also competed in
national and international competitions, including three Olympic Trials and World University

As a registered USA swimming coach, Liz teaches swim lessons and coaches competitive
swimmers, including “dryland” swimming strength sessions. In her free time, she enjoys hiking,
mountain biking, skiing, camping, and backpacking with her husband Nick.


East Medford

Jackson County Physical Therapy East Medford office
709 North Phoenix Rd.
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 630-3055
Fax: (541) 244-3020



Phillip Hanson, PT, DPT, CSCS, CF-L1 – Spanish-Speaking; athletes, sports medicine, neck, back, shoulder, TMJ, Crossfit

Liz Amuchastegui, PT, DPT – Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Lumbar,  pelvis/SI joint, Thoratic/ribs, Crossfit, sports injuries, swimming, running, hypermobility/instability

JCPT is proud to be the Official Physical Therapy provider to Rogue Community College Athletics

Stephanie Clark, PT, DPT, OCS

Stephanie Clark, PT, DPT, OCS

Stephanie Clark, PT, DPT, OCS is a physical therapist specializing in a variety of orthopedic conditions. She received her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2014. She continued her education in orthopedics following graduation by pursuing a residency with Benchmark Rehab Institute which she completed in 2015. She has gone on to become board certified in orthopedics by the American Physical Therapy Association obtaining Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification (OCS) in 2017.

Her passion for orthopedics extends to every facet of outpatient physical therapy from generalized pain to specific injury/surgery.  Her favorite challenge in orthopedics is to ascertain the causative source of “pain” be it spine or extremity. She excels at treating a variety of conditions including cervicothoracic, lumbopelvic, shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip, knee, foot/ankle.

She is an avid runner, cyclist, backpacker, climber, and general adventurer, and very much enjoys treating people who share these interests. Whether the client is a weekend warrior, serious athlete, has just had an orthopedic surgery, or is generally experiencing pain of an orthopedic nature, she is excited about identifying the client’s goals for physical therapy, and helping them to achieve these goals along every step of the way.