I have 40 years experience working in Sports medicine and Orthopedic Rehabilitation. I am also a Titleist Certified Golf Fitness instructor and have worked in Ergonomics for several years as well. I was also fortunate to have worked as a trainer/therapist at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
I was also trained and worked 10 months doing Vestibular rehab, balance training and Post-Concussion rehab. I have done ergonomic evaluations and product recommendations for over 25 years.
I am an athlete myself. Having played most sports, one of my best skills is to instruct patients in the biomechanics of their sports activities, to break it down and identify where the injury or possible re-injury could occur and design an exercise program to allow the patient to return to the sport.
I have been a golfer since childhood, I did several years of century rides with the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training, I have backpacked all over the world and have climbed several mountains including Mt. Whitney, Mt. Shasta and Mt. Kilimanjaro. I currently hike, bike, work out and swim, as well as golf.
As an older Physical Therapist myself, I find many older clients can relate to me in ways that motivate and support them to be able to fully recover and return to activities they love.