© 2019 by Dynamix Physical Therapy

I am a Southern California girl, born and raised. I have always been an active person and jumped into any sport or activity that I could get involved with while growing up. I am a big believer in team sports and everything you can learn from them. I love any sort of competition and am always up for a challenge. I think these factors are a major part of who I am today and why I chose to become a PTA.


I received my bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from UC Santa Barbara and spent 4 years reinforcing my will power by fighting the urge to spend every day on the beach. I received my PTA degree from Loma Linda University where I was blessed with the chance to learn and develop my love for physical therapy and for people as a whole. I have been lucky enough to spend the last 3 years combining my passion for helping people with my love for activity by teaching people how to improve their quality of life and return to what they miss doing most.  


I enjoy travelling and dream of exploring the world as much as I can. I like to experience new places, cultures, and especially new foods. I enjoy cooking and baking but my favorite part is the eating. It’s impossible to keep me out of the sunshine and the fresh air during my free time. Most days off, you can find me either with friends and family or walking through the neighborhood parks with my pup Grady as he enjoys his favorite activity - chasing squirrels.

Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy can be provided at home to speed recovery from illness, injury or surgery. Home based therapy allows you to develop independence with daily activities in a convenient and comfortable setting.  Your family is also able to be closely involved in the rehabilitation process. 
 

Physical Therapy (PT) Helps Regain Function

Whether your problem is a result of injury or disease, the role of a physical therapist is to help you return to optimal function. Physical therapists also work with you to prevent loss of mobility by developing fitness- and wellness-oriented programs for healthier and more active lifestyles.

 

Physical therapy may be applicable for you if you are experiencing:


Occupational Therapy Helps with Everyday Activities

Occupational Therapy focuses on your ability to perform the broad range of everyday life activities. OT promotes independence by improving the skills required to perform these activities and/or teaching alternative ways to accomplish them.

A physician’s referral is required in order to receive OT. Based on a thorough evaluation, the therapist will create a customized treatment plan designed to improve skills and maximize functional abilities based on priorities and personal goals. The therapist will consider your physical, psychological, and social well-being, as well as environmental factors when developing a plan of care and treatment.

Occupational therapy helps you regain day to day skills such as dressing and feeding. It may be applicable after:

  • Hip or Knee Replacement Surgery

  • A stroke

  • Heart Failure

  • A heart attack

  • Joint pain in hands, arms or shoulders

  • Difficulty dressing

  • Difficulty bathing

  • Difficulty with meals

  • Declining memory

  • Any noticeable decline in function

Speech and Language Therapy Helps Regain Independence

Speech and language therapy helps you improve breathing, speaking, or swallowing functions. Speech therapy focuses on your ability to understand words and the ability to communicate to express yourself. Speech therapists may help you if you suffer from:

  • A stroke

  • A heart attack

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Difficulty speaking

We provide services in the following languages: 

  • English

  • Spanish (Español)

  • Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)

  • Farsi (فارسی)

  • Mandarin (中文)

  • Tagalog

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