Welcome to Inspire Physical Therapy

We provide specialized pediatric and athlete-focused physical therapy services to Beaverton and the Portland Westside. Our mission is to help children and athletes meet their individual goals with respect, dignity, and compassion while supporting both the patient and their families on a continued journey of health. Our assistance and education continue beyond our doors and throughout their lives. We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment for all!

Our Team

The team at Inspire Physical Therapy possesses a wealth of expertise and a genuine commitment to the well-being of their pediatric patients. They understand the unique needs of children and strive to provide exceptional care tailored to each child’s specific condition or injury. Through personalized treatment plans and a nurturing atmosphere, the clinic aims to foster growth, recovery, and long-term health in every child they serve.

Dr. Robin Bousquet PT, DPT, SCS, CMP

Dr. Robin Bousquet PT, DPT, SCS, CMP

Founder/ Physical Therapist
Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy
Pediatric/Sports Physical Therapist
Certified Mulligan Practitioner
APTA CI Credentialled

Education and Specialties
  • Pediatric Orthopedic Assessments
    • (age 6+ years)
  • Physical Therapy/Sports Assessments
    • (age 6+ Years)
  • Clinic Visits​
  • Telehealth
  • Sports Specific Training

  • Injury Assessment

  • Mobile Services

  • Community Education

  • Team Conferences

Robin has been a licensed physical therapist since 1997 obtaining her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, Board certification in Sports Physical Therapy in 2015, and Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2020. Inspire Physical Therapy is her dream and passion….to heal kids and athletes, as well as help educate parents, coaches, and kids on how to avoid and prevent injuries. 

Robin moved to the Beaverton area at the end of 2014. Prior to her move, she worked at Children’s Hospital and Research Center, Oakland (now named UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital). She was hired in 2002 to work in the Orthopedic Clinic alongside Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeons helping with post-op care, initial care plans, treatments for home, and referrals to local physical therapy practices. In 2004, Robin was one of 3 founding staff members of their Sports Medicine Center for Young Athletes. As their Senior Physical Therapist for over 11 years, she treated various diagnoses, designed and implemented several clinic and community programs, and was a consultant to many local schools and sports clubs in the area.

Her background as an athlete began as a child competing in figure skating from ages 5-14. Throughout high school and college she worked at several gyms as a Lifeguard, Aerobics Instructor, and Swim Instructor.  During her junior year in college, she joined the Chico State Women’s Lacrosse team. In 2015, Robin was accepted to do a volunteer Sports Physical Therapy rotation at the Olympic Training Center (OTC) in Colorado Springs. Her patients were Olympic hopefuls in gymnastics, wrestling, cycling, ice skating, skeleton, and even the heptathlon. She also had the privilege of working with Para-Olympic hopefuls in swimming and judo. She returned in 2017 as an OTC volunteer working with team USA swimming, wrestling, gymnastics, and cycling. 

In September of 2016, Inspire Physical Therapy was selected as an official collaborating organization with “STOP Sport Injuries”, a national effort by the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine (AOSSM). This opened many doors to research and educational opportunities for athletes, coaches, and parents, as well as support for lectures in our community. 

Robin and her husband Cedric stay active in the community volunteering for many organizations. Cedric is currently board president of the Metro Ski league and sits on the board of Gales Creek Camp for kids. Robin is currently a community member on the Washington County Public Health Council and is a former board member for the Pacific Northwest chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes and Research Foundation and was safety officer for 2 years at Murrayhill Baseball. 
Katie Briggs, PT, MSPT, CD, CIMT, CKTP

Katie Briggs, PT, MSPT, CD, CIMT, CKTP

Pediatric Physical Therapist
Infant/Toddler Specialist
Certified Doula
Certified Infant Massage Teacher
Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner

Education and Specialties

  • BA Psychology
  • MSPT – Masters in Science in Physical Therapy
  • APTA CI-Certified Clinical Instructor
  • Certified Labor Doula
  • Certified Infant Massage Teacher
  • Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner

From a young age, Katie knew she wanted her profession to involve working with kids. She received her Masters of Science in PT from Boston University in 1999 and has since worked with children of all ages in a variety of settings, from babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units to teens in outpatient clinics. She has also traveled to the Philippines, India, and Mexico to work with underserved children.

Over the past decade, she has become a Certified Labor Doula, Certified Infant Massage Teacher, and Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner. Her physical therapy practice has gradually narrowed to focus on young children.

Katie now works with infants, toddlers, and preschool aged children, helping kids with developmental delay as well as neurological and orthopedic conditions. She focuses on therapy that is developmentally appropriate and fun for the child and helps caregivers support their children’s development. In addition to providing physical therapy, Katie also facilitates developmental playgroups and teaches infant massage to parents and other caregivers. She believes strongly in helping all kids reach their full potential in order to live healthy, fun-­filled lives.

When Katie is not treating patients and working with families, she can be found exploring new places with her husband and kids, trying to grow fruits and veggies in her backyard, exploring Portland’s waterways on her stand up paddleboard, or curled up with a good book.

 Dr. Kate Heierman, PT, DPT

Dr. Kate Heierman, PT, DPT

Pediatric Physical Therapist
Infant/Toddler Specialist
Pediatric Physical Therapist
Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist

Education and Specialties

  • BS Exercise Science
  • DPT Physical Therapy
  • Pelvic Floor Certification

Kate graduated from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018 and has worked as a pediatric physical therapist since graduating from PT school. Kate has always had a passion for working with kids as well as for health and wellness. Kate grew up in southeast Michigan where she was involved in competitive figure skating since she was 3 years old. Kate completed her undergraduate degree in exercise science at Western Michigan University. While at Western Michigan, Kate was a member and captain of the collegiate and senior level synchronized skating teams. Prior to moving to Oregon, Kate had been working at the Pediatric Rehab Center, part of the University of Michigan health system, since she graduated from physical therapy school.

At the Pediatric Rehab Center, Kate worked with kids of all ages, ranging from infants 2 weeks old up to teens and young adults. Kate worked with children with a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions including: developmental delay, torticollis, CP, sports injuries, chronic pain and more. Kate has a passion for working with kids of all ages and helping them to reach their personal goals. Over the last 3 years, Kate has also specialized in treating pediatric pelvic floor conditions in children 2-18 years old. Kate has taken multiple courses focused on treating kids struggling with toilet training, constipation, urinary incontinence, encopresis and pelvic pain. She recently moved to Oregon this year with her husband.

Kate’s favorite part of being a pediatric physical therapist is helping kids get back to doing what they love. Whether its running, dancing, bike riding or playing with their friends, Kate enjoys making PT fun to help kids reach these goals. Kate loves staying active and getting outside by running, hiking and being outdoors. 

Allie Matthews

Allie Matthews

Billing Manager

Allie came to Inspire PT after working for an occupational therapy office. She combines her experience as an educational assistant in various special education programs with her vast knowledge of billing, organization, office skills, and community resources to create a positive client experience for our patients. When not working, Allie enjoys her two children, Jessa and Joey, and two dogs Deuce and Loopy Loo Loo. When not working she can be found working in her garden, mushroom hunting, rock hounding, or just being out in nature as much as possible.

Allie is your primary contact for any insurance or patient billing questions. She is available Monday through Friday and can be reached with any questions via email. The best time to reach Allie is in the afternoons after 1:00 p.m.

Tamlyn Higaki

Tamlyn Higaki

Front Desk / PT Aide

Tamlyn is a recent 2022 graduate of Pacific University with a Kinesiology Degree and Minor in Psychology. She moved to Oregon in 2018, originally from Pearl City, Hawai’i and was involved with high school soccer and track.

Tamlyn looks forward to continuing her education at Colorado State University at their Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program within the next year. She hopes to focus on childhood development and enjoys the experiences she is gaining at Inspire PT.

In her free time, she loves going hiking, exploring the Coast, and spending time with family & friends. She hopes to travel more in the future and eventually settle down here in Oregon or back in Hawai’i with her family.

Grace Schermerhorn

Grace Schermerhorn

Front Desk/ PT Aide

Grace is a lifelong athlete and was captain of the swim and track teams at St. Mary’s Academy. She loves working with children and has served as an experienced outdoor school student leader as well as both a volunteer and employee of Beaverton School District. She attended Portland Community College and Montana State University. Grace has a passion for working and volunteering in the community she calls home. Outside of work, you can find Grace hiking, cooking, and exploring the Portland food scene.