Vince Blanet (MSPT) is a Pennsylvania native who attended Misericordia University and completed his undergraduate degree and Master’s degree of Physical Therapy in 1998. Upon receiving his degree he worked for four years, three of which he managed a Sports Medicine Physical Therapy practice in New Jersey. In 2002, Vince migrated West to Oregon where he joined the North Lake team.
Vince’s clinical interests have been diversified through sports medicine, orthopedic rehabilitation, and post-operative rehabilitation with a special focus on endurance athletes and gait analysis. His continuing educational pursuit of gait analysis and running biomechanics has propelled his practice into a leading position in diagnosis and treatment; his educational understanding has also made it versatile enough for the recreational to professional runner. Vince practices at the Pearl district location, in NW Portland, serving the downtown community.
Vince lives in SW Portland with his wife, Kerri their two sons, Liam and Owen, and their small entourage of animals. In addition to immensely enjoying his profession, he enjoys being active in the great outdoors including: competitive cycling, running, whitewater kayaking and skiing. Vince also involves himself in playing percussion and mandolin.