Aynsley Paul, DPT

My Specialties:

Neurological Rehabilitation Therapy; Physical Therapy, Board-certified; Wheelchair Seating Therapy

My Areas of Focus:

Neurological Disorders, Wheelchair Seating Therapy


English, Interpreters available for other languages



Where I see patients

About Me:

Aynsley completed her Doctorate degree at the University of Puget Sound in 2016. She re-located to Portland and began working for Legacy, where she enjoys treating patients with a wide variety of neurological diagnoses. She utilizes hands-on and exercise-based treatments to restore functional movement patterns, increase postural awareness and help patients return to the activities they enjoy the most. Aynsley also works in the outpatient wheelchair seating clinic and obtained her Ride Custom Systems Certification in 2019. She is a certified Indego robotic exoskeleton specialist, as well as a certified Indego trainer for personal home use. Outside of work, Aynsley spends her time exploring the outdoors with her husband and their two dogs, Tulip and Buoy. She is also an avid Portland Timbers fan, who never misses a game.

Doctor of Physical Therapy: University of Puget Sound
Training: Ride Designs custom wheelchair seating systems certification Indego robotic exoskeleton specialist certification
Certification: Certified Ride Designs Custom Systems Practitioner Certified Indego Specialist Certified Indego Trainer
Year I Started Practice: 2016
Hospitals Served: Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center

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