Zane graduated from Willamette University with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2013. He was a member of the football team during his tenure at Willamette. Shortly thereafter, he returned to NWRA, where he worked as a PT Aide prior to graduate school. He also competed in wrestling, basketball and hockey while growing up. In 2017, he graduated from George Fox University with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Since rejoining the team at NWRA, Zane has practiced in general orthopedics and sports, as well as stints working with Geriatic clients at Capital Manor and with the Otago balance and fall-prevention exercise program. He enjoys taking a collaborative approach towards meeting the goals and aspirations of his patients. Zane strives to educate and empower his patients daily to help them strive for long-term success. He enjoys working with patients across the lifespan, including competitive athletes and recreational runners and hikers. Special interests in the field include treatment of hip-impingement, integrating principles of strength training and conditioning into practice and the biopsychosocial approach to patient care. Hobbies include spending time with his wife, family, friends and of course, his dog. He loves following many different sports, but college football is at the top of the list. He is also an avid outdoorsman, often immersed in fishing, hunting, camping, boating, cooking or doing projects outside. A growing interest of Zane’s is to help outdoorsmen and women recover from their conditions and regain their ability to get back to the many outdoor passions one can indulge themselves into here in the Pacific Northwest.