Colin Hoobler, PT, DPT, MS
CEO, Inventor, Founder
Colin invented S3 in 1997 and has a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University, master’s in Physical Therapy from Drexel University, master’s in Exercise and Movement Science from University of Oregon and bachelor’s in Kinesiology from Oregon State University. Colin is passionate about helping vulnerable populations, such as older adults, children and those suffering from chronic pain. To this end, he created and hosts the podcast Action 30, a public service for those who need exercise/lifestyle guidance but cannot afford it. He has also founded and developed many outpatient PT/training clinics and is a health writer for the Oregonian. He created the “The Fitness Show”, a PBS TV series showing how exercise can help overcome injury and disease. Colin was also a health expert for local NBC News, hosted his radio show “Smart Fitness” and has written 2 books.
Jordi X. Kellogg, MD
Dr. Kellogg is a neurosurgeon in Portland, OR. He earned an MD degree from the University of Southern California and a master’s degree in Physiology from Georgetown University. He completed a residency/fellowship at OHSU. Dr. Kellogg is committed to helping older adults live longer, happier lives through evidence-based balance programs.
Greg Gullo, MD
Dr. Gullo is a fellowship-trained interventional pain medicine specialist practicing in Portland, OR. He has been practicing medicine over 35 years and focused on pain management for more than 19 years. Dr. Gullo was an Assistant Professor at the Penn State University Medical Center and shares our team’s commitment to help older adults manage chronic pain through evidence-based exercise.
Meghan Hoobler, BS
Meghan earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from Oregon State University. Meghan has extensive office experience related to physical therapy, as she helped Colin develop his PT company over a period of 12 years. She is also passionate about helping older adults maintain independence while living life to their fullest, much like her grandmother who was a role model for her peers.fake