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Craig Hawkins

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Orthopedic Clinical Specialist


Craig grew up in the Jefferson, Oregon area located in the mid-Willamette Valley.  He went to Oregon State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Physical Therapy studies.  His professional training continued at the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in Pomona, California.  Here he received a Masters of Physical Therapy degree and was also awarded the Chair Person Award by his classmates given to the well-rounded student academically and socially.  After practicing for seven years he received his Doctorate degree with the Ola Grimsby Institute in San Diego, California.  It was here that he followed his passion to be trained in orthopedic manual therapy.  This was a residency program that lasted two years involving both academic rigor and clinical practice of manual therapy techniques to restore normal joint motion of the spine and the extremities.  Craig received his Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification in 2003 from the Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  Craig had worked in a variety of out-patient physical therapy settings for ten years before starting Pinnacle Physical Therapy in 2007.  He believes in continually learning new and powerful treatments to help patients heal as fast and fully as possible through ongoing education, professional training, mentorship and research.



    Andrea Baune

    Doctor of Physical Therapy

    Andi grew up in Minot, North Dakota and attended the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND.  There, she received her Bachelor Degree in Athletic Training with minors in Psychology, Philosophy and Mathematics.  She continued her education and in 2011 received her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. As a physical therapist, Andi is dedicated to her work and is passionate about the biomechanics of the human body to determine the root cause of pain.  She loves treating a variety of conditions with her focus on those who suffer from women’s health issues, low back pain, stroke, and sport injuries.  Continuing education and advancing in these specialties is what keeps her thriving.



      Rebeca Hibner

      Doctor of Physical Therapy

      Becky graduated from Youngstown State University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She is an Oregon native who prefers an active lifestyle that includes spending time outdoors and checking out all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. She enjoys spending time with her family at the coast, at sporting events, and hiking. Becky has focused her practice in Sports Medicine and orthopedics since graduation. She continues her education by attending courses focused on the most recent research on orthopedic conditions and the gold standard of their rehabilitation. Her philosophy for treatment includes using applied knowledge and understanding of the human body and the way it moves along with a hands on approach to help patients increase mobility and function, while decreasing their pain.





          Chelsie Jones

          Physical Therapist Assistant

          Chelsie grew up in the friendly town of Hazelton Kansas. Because of her natural inclination to help people feel better, she saw herself in the medical field somewhere. Deciding on the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Washburn University in Topeka KS, she excelled in her class. Although Oregon has many of the outdoor activities, and restaurants Chelsie loves, it was her husband Lee, that convinced her to move here permanently.  Together they enjoy hiking, camping, walking, cooking, gardening, and spending time with family. Chelsie has a natural way of connecting with her patients. Because she is so proficient at manual therapy and posture correction techniques, she has a great success record and innumerable happy patients. She has worked in 2 nursing homes, a pediatrics clinic, and an outpatient clinic. Achieving great result with patients and staying current by learning new techniques to help them is what motivates Chelsie.



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            Breanne Mollo

            Physical Therapist Assistant

            Bre is originally from the Seattle area. She grew up dancing and developed a strong interest in Sports, health sciences, and in physical health. This inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy. She earned her Associates of applied science degree and became a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 2011. After graduating PTA school, she moved to San Jose, CA where she worked in an outpatient clinic and realized her passion for hands on manual therapy techniques. She believes strongly in the benefits of using this type of treatment to help patients heal and feel better. From there she moved to Oregon and shortly after became part of the Pinnacle team.  Breanne has experience treating a variety of injuries and impairments including sports related injuries, chronic pain injuries, overuse injuries, and stroke rehabilitation. She has also taken continued education courses to incorporate Pilates into physical rehabilitation and to improve low back pain intervention skills. Her favorite part of her career is helping patients get back to doing what they love and improving quality of life for those patients.


               With a total of 9 therapists, and 7 aides, we can accomodate many patients with different types of injuries and conditions.