Jake Stout DPT, MS, OCS, CSCS 

  • Oregon and Washington Board Certified Physical Therapist
  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy - University of Washington
  • Master's of Science - Boise State University
  • Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Jake is a Portland native, and brings over 20 years of running experience to his physical therapy practice.  He raced in college for Willamette University, earning All-American honors in cross country and track, and has continued running competitively ever since, completing 8 marathons including the New York, Chicago, and Boston marathons.  In addition to the doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) degree he earned at the University of Washington, Jake received a Master’s degree (MS) from Boise State University where he worked as a graduate assistant in the exercise physiology and biomechanics lab.

Jake's goal is to get you back to enjoying the things you love, as quickly as possible. His continuing education focus has been on restoring function to patient’s lives, and has extensive training in manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, gait analysis, and bike fitting. He is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS), and has demonstrated advanced knowledge and skills in the field of orthopedic physical therapy.  Additionally, he has been a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) since 2009. 

Jake’s other experiences include working in corporate wellness for Microsoft, Google, and Nintendo employees, teaching health education while living in India, and coaching cross country and track. When not at the clinic, Jake loves spending time with his awesome wife and daughter, teaching group fitness at Planet Granite, coaching at Roosevelt high school, cycling, skiing, and traveling when possible. 


Running Resume:

2004 Div III NCAA National Athlete of the Year - Outdoor Track and Field

3x Div III XC All-American (5th - 2001, 35th- 2002,9th- 2003)

Div III T&F All-American 3000m Steeplechase (4th - 2004)

1500 meters - 3:51.00 (Willamette Invitational 2007)

3000 meters - 8:20.93 (Oregon Preview - 2007)

3000 meter steeplechase - 9:01.11 (George Fox Preview - 2004)

5000 meters - 14:13.69 (Mt Sac Relays - 2007)

Marathon - 2:32:33 (Top 10 finish - Portland 2009)

Boston Marathon - Top 100 finish - 2012

USATF Club Cross Country Nationals - Top 20 finish - 2006

Former World Record Holder for the Half-Marathon in an Animal Suit - 1:20:47 - 2017