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Mobile physical therapy for your best friend

COVID-19 Advisory: Currently accepting new patients! We will continue to monitor & abide by CDC guidelines and are committed to taking all the necessary requirements to keeping both clients & pets safe


Amicus / a’mi:kus /

Friend; companion; “whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection”

At Amicus Animal Rehabilitation, we provide evidence-based physical therapy & customized rehabilitation programs to help your best friend, whether feline or canine, achieve the highest function & quality of life possible


We bring all the necessities of rehabilitation to the comforts of your own home where your pets are most comfortable, all while also conveniently working around your schedule


Above all, our mission is to support our animal community, near & far.

2% of our profits are donated in order to help any/all animals in need




  • Progressive treatment programs catered to you & your pet's needs/goals based on condition, diagnosis, and stage of injury

  • Manual therapy (joint mobilizations, Graston technique, soft tissue work, trigger point release, range of motion)

  • Therapeutic exercise to improve strength, stability, and overall conditioning/endurance

  • Neurologic rehabilitation with focus on improving proprioception, balance, and coordination

  • Catering home exercises to you & your home environment for simplicity & ease

  • Trialing, ordering, & fitting custom adaptive equipment: orthotics, braces, prosthetics, carts, harnesses, etc.

  • Modalities to supplement treatment (cold laser therapy, electrical stimulation, PEMF therapy)

  • Post-operative rehabilitation & pain management 

  • Home modifications to adapt your home to your pet’s functional status

  • Maintenance programs and/or palliative care for geriatric pets & pets with chronic or progressive conditions

  • Treating both felines & canines of all ages

  • Bringing all therapeutic equipment & providing services in the comforts of your own home

  • Use of advanced & modern technology to measure progress (i.e. goniometry, thermal imaging)

  • Providing physical therapy rooted in current evidence-based research

  • In-person and virtual appointment options available

  • Fear Free Certified

  • Ability to rent out modalities or equipment for daily home use

  • Various treatment plans/packages to fit any schedule or budget

  • All-in-one client portal to efficiently access forms, view home exercises, send messages, & set up appointments and payments

  • Available to travel beyond the Portland metro area into neighboring towns even 30+ miles away!

What sets us apart

What Sets Us Apart

We can’t wait to help your pet live its best life


Dr. Natasha Bui


After a life-changing auto accident in 2010 and subsequently receiving physical therapy, Natasha became inspired to pursue the field of rehabilitation. Natasha received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Houston and then went on to obtain her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from George Fox University.


While in Oregon, she primarily focused on pediatrics during her first 3 years as a physical therapist, but after temporarily relocating to Chicago with her husband and their 2 cats (Spaghetti & Chalupa Batman) in 2019 she began working at the renowned Shirley Ryan Ability Lab where she transitioned to working in adult neuro. During this time, she was able to concurrently pursue her certification in canine rehabilitation (CCRT) through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute and became fully certified in 2021.


Natasha has always had a strong passion for animals that started back in her earlier years in Houston where she was involved with local shelters and rescues, particularly focusing on the city’s stray population. Now back in Portland, she is excited to finally be able to integrate her love for helping animals with her passion for physical therapy in order to better the lives of every single pet!


Here at Amicus, we advocate for a multi-disciplinary approach to maximize your pet's rehab potential & outcome


We strongly feel that in order to successfully create a cohesive & all-inclusive treatment plan, it requires open communication and collaboration between owner, therapist, veterinarian, and all other specialist(s) involved so that we - as a collective team - can meet every single one of you and your pet's needs & goals



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