Posture to the People is a physical therapy practice and Certified Postural Restoration Center.

Our mission is to promote the best quality of life possible for our patients, by empowering ourselves in a collaborative, cooperative work environment.

We believe that while physical therapy is a process, patients should never feel like they are being processed. You will always be treated one-on-one by a licensed physical therapist.

If you have been treated with physical therapy before you will find our approach very different. Postural Restoration systematically and objectively gets to the root of patterns that cause pain and discomfort. There is simply no other physical therapy approach that is as comprehensive. And the best part is: you will learn to treat yourself.

Whether you have recently been injured or have suffered for years and tried everything, you can find a new level of relief and control over your symptoms from this unique method of treatment.

Tina Haiser

About Tina Haiser, PT, PRC

Tina Haiser is a physical therapist and certified Postural Restoration practitioner. She received diplomas from Michigan State University and the European School of Physiotherapy at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam, and  advanced training and certification through the Postural Restoration Institute in Lincoln, Nebraska and pelvic floor therapy training through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.

Tina is a lifelong lover of puzzles of all kinds, which is why the Postural Restoration model appeals to her. It is her greatest pleasure to help people gain control of their symptoms so that they can feel better and perform better doing whatever they love to do.

She founded Posture to the People out of a desire to practice in a manner that would offer more value to patients than the standard practice model, and to take the kind of care for every aspect of every patient encounter, from scheduling to insurance processing, that every patient deserves. She strives to deliver excellent, ethical care to the Kenton Neighborhood and beyond.

Tina is a resident of North Portland, and an avid tennis player, and can regularly be seen walking her dogs in Peninsula Park.