Trevor Todd


Trevor Todd (503)929-3611 1620 Nw 1St St Gresham, OR 97030-6876

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Manual Therapies of Gresham

About Trevor

Trevor Todd P.T./LMT graduated from Temple University in 1988.  After several years of neurological rehab, he transitioned his focus to chronic pain using mostly osteopathic approaches.  He is a freelance instructor of myofascial release and other forms of manual therapy.  He has been an assistant instructor in Muscle Energy Technique, Strain and Counterstrain Technique, and Cranial Techniques for Dr Ed Stiles, the Upledger Institute, and New Directions In Manual Therapy.  He also builds his clinical approach from training in functional indirect, visceral manipulation, manual lymph drainage, and the techniques of Maitland, Mulligan, Rocabado, and others. 

When it comes to experience, Trevor has lots of it.  He has dedicated his life to helping those in pain by keeping up with the latest scientific discoveries, research, techniques, and clinical approaches.  This dedication shines through as his clients find relief where they had previously had none. 

...a caring whole body approach to healing

Techniques practiced

  • CranioSacral(SM)
  • Infant Massage
  • Lymphatic Drainage
  • Movement Education
  • Myofascial release
  • Neuromuscular
  • Orthopedic Massage
  • Pregnancy Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Structural Integration

Where I practice

  • Therapist’s Private Practice Office

Clients accepted

male, female, children, infants


State license/Certificate: OR 13065
Experience: 21+ years


I accept insurance

Please consult with the massage therapist and/or your insurance plan for details regarding coverage.



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