Meet our Staff

Ariel Salzman, DPT, OCS, CMPT

Ariel Salzman, DPT, OCS, CMPT

Founder, Move Strong Physical Therapy

Ariel Salzman, DPT, OCS, CMPT was born in Humbolt County, California, and raised in Athens, Ohio. She graduated from Ohio University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Biological Sciences. She then attended Pacific University in Forest Grove where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2005. Ariel has focused on Orthopedics in the Pacific Northwest, treating many of its runners and triathletes on both the amateur and professional levels.

In 2012, she earned her Board Certification in Orthopedics (OCS), and in 2016 she was awarded a manual therapy certificate (CMPT) from the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy. Ariel is also certified in ASTYM soft tissue mobilization and orthotics casting.

Ariel enjoys treating patients of all ages and activity levels, and takes special interest in the spine as well as treating the body as a whole to prevent re-injury.

When not in the clinic, Ariel is an Instructional Assistant at Pacific University School of Physical Therapy. She is active in Search and Rescue, and is a certified K9 handler in a local volunteer group. For fun, Ariel enjoys camping, skiing, mountain biking and attending live music.

Erin Kincaid, DPT, CLT

Erin Kincaid, DPT, CLT

Erin Kincaid, DPT, CLT is from Baltimore, Maryland and graduated from James Madison University with a bachelor’s degree in Health Science in 2010. She then graduated from University of Maryland Eastern Shore with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013. She worked in Westminster, Maryland before moving to the pacific northwest with her husband in 2015. In 2016 she became a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT). Her other specialties include women’s health and pelvic floor rehab, post cancer rehab, and general orthopedics.

Erin’s clinical expertise includes general orthopedics, post-op rehab women’s health, lymphedema management, oncology rehab, and myofascial release/soft tissue mobilization. Erin loves traveling and going on adventures like hiking, camping, skiing, and anything outdoors. She was born and raised on the east coast (Baltimore) and loves living in the PNW with her husband since 2015. Erin also adores playing with her Bengal cat.

Scott Gulstine, MPT, OCS, COMT

Scott Gulstine, MPT, OCS, COMT

Scott Gulstine was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and lived in the Tualatin area for much of it.  He took a chance and moved away from home to get his undergraduate education at UC Davis where he graduated with a degree in Animal (Human) Physiology.  He then attended Drexel University in Philadephia, PA where he received his Master of Physical Therapy in 1997.  He then moved to San Francisco to start his career, and has focused predominantly on orthopedics ever since.  In 2008, it was time to come home to Portland and has been helping the community, of all ages and activity levels, live a better and healthier life.  

In 2005, he received his COMT (Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist) from Maitland Australian Physiotherapy.  Geoffrey Maitland was one of the founding fathers of orthopedic manual therapy and his program has continued to advance manual therapy, clinical decision making and scientific evidence-based practice.  Scott’s education with them is still a foundation of his practice and often enables him to quickly and effectively improve a patient’s freedom of movement while improving their pain.  In 2012, he earned his Board Certification in Orthopedics (OCS). Scott is also certified in the Graston technique of instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization.  In addition, Scott has recently been diving even deeper into biomechanics.  He has found that improving the quality of one’s movement, and correcting the muscle imbalances that often develop, is often immensely helpful and can prevent problems from returning in the future.  

Scott enjoys working with patients of most ages (he leaves the treatment of infants and small children to those specialists) and ability levels. He has enjoyed working with professional and highly competitive athletes.  

When not in the clinic, Scott is also helping his wife make Loop De Loop wine, here in Portland.  When he isn’t doing that, he is skiing on Mt. Hood or riding single track on his mountain bike.  

Kelly Harrison

Kelly Harrison

Administrative staff

Kelly Harrison, I was born in Burbank, California.  I studied marketing and business administration at The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles, I continued to work in retail as a buyer and store manager for a few years until relocating to the island of Hawaii.  For the next 30 years I raised a family and was the administrator/bookkeeper for a very successful swimming pool service business.  

I have recently moved to Portland and Love it!  I enjoy being outdoors, camping, hiking, paddle boarding and travel.

Joshua Krivoshein

Joshua Krivoshein

Administrative Staff

Joshua Krivoshein was raised in the small university town of Corvallis, Oregon. Choosing to stay close to family, Josh attended Oregon State University to pursue a degree in Kinesiology. During his time at Oregon State he became increasingly interested in the medical field. After graduating from OSU, he chose to attend the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland. He is on the five year track to become a Naturopathic Doctor and has completed two years. In that time he has developed an interest in physical medicine which led him to Move Strong Physical Therapy. 

In his free time, Josh enjoys playing both indoor and outdoor soccer as well as hiking (recently becoming very fond of the Forest Park trails). Josh has also made a hobby of home-brewing both ciders and kombucha to share with family and friends, who he rarely misses a chance to visit.

Make an appointment

Move Strong Physical Therapy

6651 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR 97219
Appointments: (503) 451-3750

Did you know?

Physically active women have a 40 percent reduced risk of developing breast cancer.

June 15th, 2020

Dear Patrons of Move Strong,

Move Strong Physical Therapy is excited to announce that, pending Multnomah County’s approval to move to Phase 1, we are planning on re-opening our clinic doors on June 19th. Please call if you would like to make an appointment at 503-451-3750.

You will see some changes when you return to Move Strong. Our customer service, high level of patient care, and commitment to making you better all remain the same.

How we are keeping you safe:

Our staff will wear face masks all of the time while in the building, and face shields when we are very close to patients.

Our staff’s temperatures will be checked prior to the start of each workday.

We may schedule appointments to be 45-50 minutes long to ensure enough time to thoroughly clean equipment and the room between visits.

For those patients who may be at higher risk for COVID-19, our telehealth services are still available, and we encourage you to utilize them.

How we ask you to keep us safe:

You will be asked to answer some screening questions when you schedule your appointment, as well as at check in. You will have your temperature taken via non-contact ways.

We ask that you do not attend therapy if you have any of the following symptoms in the 5 days prior to your appointment

-Cough, fever over 100 degrees difficulty breathing or new shortness of
breath, muscle cramping, sore throat, nausea or diarrhea.

-We ask that you are symptom free for 5 days without medications before
returning to therapy.

-If you have had exposure to a known person who has COVID or is
suspected of having COVID, we ask that you do not come to therapy for
14 days.

Please wear a mask while inside of our building, and only bring a guest if they are needed for assistance.

You will see plexiglass around our reception desk to help both you and our staff.

Please make payments via credit or debit card; we cannot accept cash at this time.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation during this uncertain and challenging time. We look forward to seeing you in our clinic or via telehealth soon, and are doing everything we can to keep you and our staff healthy. We may need to change these policies as we are in practice and appreciate your flexibility.

Ariel