Join us for a free seminar to learn how you can address chronic knee pain.

This knee pain seminar is directed towards those experiencing knee pain that is keeping them from their regular activities. The Center orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Matthew Lilley, and Therapeutic Associates physical therapist, Eric Coughlin, will discuss knee pain conditions and the latest treatment options, both surgical and non-surgical.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Impact on quality of life
  • Arthritis of the knee
  • Nonsurgical treatment options
  • Minimally invasive treatment options
  • Surgical treatment options
  • Question and Answer Time

Space is limited. Please RSVP. 

*Join us for refreshments beginning at 5:30 pm.

If you have any questions, email or call 541.322.2211

About the speakers:

Matthew Lilley, MD

Dr. Matthew Lilley joined The Center team in September of 2017 and specializes in the study, evaluation, and treatment of shoulder, hip, and knee injuries and conditions. He is well versed in treating all orthopedic conditions in patients of all ages, but he particularly enjoys shoulder arthroscopy and replacement. Dr. Lilley is a native of Central Oregon and is thrilled to be practicing medicine in his hometown.

“Restoring patients to their pre-injury state so they can enjoy activities again inspires me,” says Dr. Matthew Lilley. “My approach to medicine is to understand each patient, learn what motivates them, and develop a treatment plan to get them back to their previous activities and fitness level. It’s very fulfilling to be able to make a difference in people’s lives.”

Eric Coughlin, PT, MSPT – Clinic Director l Physical Therapist

Eric graduated from Boston University in 2002 with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy and one year later moved to Oregon to pursue his career and continue his recreational pursuits. He has found a home in Oregon, and for the last nine years has worked for Therapeutic Associates Redmond Physical Therapy where he has specialized in sports medicine, post-operative rehabilitation, and general orthopedics. He has training under NAIOMT (a manual therapy program), is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, and is trained in Sportsmetrics (an ACL prevention program that has been shown to effectively reduce incidence of ACL injuries).

In his free time, he loves to ski, mountain bike, and play soccer, and last year he spent significant time volunteering with Oregon Adaptive Sports at Mt Bachelor. Eric aims to treat the individual, provide effective and efficient care utilizing manual techniques and sound scientific reasoning, and make the rehabilitation experience a positive one.