​Beaverton: Friday, 7 AM - 6 PM 


1960 Northwest 167th Place, #200,

Beaverton, OR 97006


Telephone: 503 927 1012

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           SPECIALIZED   Physical Therapy

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Contact: HANS KROESE, P.T. BSED, MOMT, SPM
Telephone 503 927 1012
EMAIL: info@run2bwell.com

Tualatin: Mon-Thur, 7 AM - 5 PM

19260 SW 65th Ave, Suite 285 
Tualatin OR 97062

Telephone: 503 927 1012

                     RUNNING INJURIES   •      SPECIALIZED ASSESSMENTS      •      SPORTS MEDICINE

                                                              Beaverton, Tualatin Medical Clinics                    

Hans Kroese was born in Aruba, Netherlands Antilles to a Dutch father and a French mother. He completed an undergraduate degree in Physical Education at the prestigious Sport Academy in The Hague, Netherlands. Next, he attended Ithaca College in up-state New York and graduated in 1985 with a degree in Physical Therapy. 


The first 12 years of his career in San Diego, CA were mostly in hospital settings such as at Children's, Adventist, Scripps, and Kaizer Hospitals. He has also worked in 2 private practices.


Currently he is employed by a major Portland based hospital for the past 12 years where he founded the Motion Center. In his 26 years as a Physical Therapist he has learned that most running related injuries can be avoided with sustainable running guidelines.


Through his website, run2bwell.com and SPECIALIZED Physical Therapy, he shares his passion for running. His work is in Tualatin and Beaverton, Oregon, where he treats those who find their highest joy when in motion and running. 


Hans is an active runner

and athlete. He has

completed over 

15 ultra-marathons up 

to the 100 km distance. 

​In the out-patient hospital clinics,

where he works, Hans treats and educates on a variety of running related injuries as well as Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, shin splints, hip pain, knee/foot/ankle pain, and others. 


With his active life-style and joy of running he seeks to inspire others to stay healthy. He is also involved in the charity organization "Running For A Cause",  which he founded, to help children in need.