Dr David Evans Pt Dpt Ocs Omt
Director of Mission Beach Titleist Performance Institute Certified Medical Professional Titleist Performance Institute Certified Fitness Professional Certified in Mysofasical Manipulation Extremity Integration Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Pelvis Lumbar and Thoracic Spine Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Cranio-Facial Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine and Functional Analysis and Management of the Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex Certified in Mysofasical Manipulation Extremity Evaluation and Manipulation Extremity Integration Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Pelvis Lumbar and Thoracic Spine Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Cranio-Facial Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine and Functional Analysis and Management of the Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex
Dr. Evans has taken many continuing education courses from Titleist Performance Institute, Postural Restoration Institute, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization. Dr. Evans has become a certified Medical and Fitness Professional from TPI and can perform golf related screenings, evaluations, and treatment utilizing a variety of methods including video analysis of golf swings. Dr. Evans has commonly been referred to as the Golf Guy due to his intimate knowledge base of the golf swing and how to treat bodily dysfunctions which may be causing problems in the golf swing.
San Diego Physical Therapy
Water & Sports Physical Therapy specializes in using water in addition to high skilled hands on therapy. Patients are educated in both deep water exercises, and injury specific land based programs for quick pain relief and long lasting results. We do this by understanding the underlying cause of the pain and treating that issue and not just treating symptoms.
Dr Randi Lee Esquibel Pt Dpt Ocs Mtc Omt Cert Vrs
Director of Poway
Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Pelvis Lumbar and Thoracic Spine Advanced Evaluation and Manipulation of the Cranio-Facial Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine and Functional Analysis and Management of the Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Complex Certified in Blood Flow Restriction
Throughout her doctorate program and following completion, she continued to follow her passion for teaching others, by working as a teachers assistant for the Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation course, and Biomechanics Lab course at the University of St. Augustine, as well as a teachers assistant for the San Diego State Universitys DPT program. Dr. Randi believes that having a deep rooted knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics, as well as the fundamental mechanics of proper diaphragmatic breathing can dramatically impact the success of patient outcomes.
Dr. Randi is the director of our Poway clinic, which is unique in its setting. Combined with Symbiotic Training Center, they work together to provide individual athlete functional movement assessments and elite individualized sport specific training, specializing in overhead athletes, specifically baseball and softball specific injury prevention and sport performance. She is also the supervisor and coordinator of WSPTs elite exercise specialist program , which includes the education of advanced land and aquatic exercise to future physical therapy students and healthcare professionals.
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What Is A Typical Aquatic Therapy Session Like
Aquatic treatment is a specific type of physical treatment that we are pleased to provide Exercise Sport Physical Therapy.
Our aquatic physical therapists acknowledge the benefits of using water treatments to increase motion and mobility while also relaxing your muscles.
Aquatic therapy sessions are meticulously planned and often begin with a warm-up. They will all take place in the water and will most likely begin with moderate, low-resistance workouts targeting the lower and upper extremities.
Short walks and gentle stretches may be included. Treatment will then progress to more complex cardiovascular and core motions, such as jogging, squatting, arm and leg swings, and leg swings.
You will also have some cool-down methods after your session. There will be a massage hose in several clinics that offers a deep tissue massage-like experience. This prevents lactic acid from accumulating.
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How Long Will Aquatic Rehabilitation Take
Aquatic therapy treatment sessions are approximately 30-45 minutes long and specifically tailored to meet each patients individual needs. The aquatic treatment plan is coordinated with a land-based physical therapy plan and varies based on patient diagnosis. Once the patient’s aquatic goals are achieved the program progresses to land-based focus as needed.
Dr Chelsea Clark Pt Dpt Cert Vrs
Director of Coronado
Functional Movement Technique Certified Certified HawkGrips Practitioner: Level 2
Dr. Chelsea Clark received her doctoral degree from Northeastern University in Boston, MA following the completion of a 6 year DPT program. During her schooling, she also completed the Sports Medicine Concentration, which emphasized skills necessary to treating an athletic population, including taping techniques and developing strength and conditioning programs. Dr. Clark completed her final clinical affiliation with Water and Sports Physical Therapy at the UTC location and quickly fell in love with the company and the San Diego area. During her affiliation with WSPT, Dr. Clark broadened her repertoire of manual skills, including techniques such as pin and stretch, active muscle pumping, muscle energy technique, joint mobilizations, and myofascial decompression cupping technique. She enjoys the emphasis that WSPT places on the benefits of manual therapy and individualized patient care. Dr. Clark has a passion for treating all orthopedic based injuries, especially those involving the shoulder or knee joints, and patients of all athletic abilities ranging from professional athletes to weekend warriors.
Dr. Clark has also done additional coursework in Developmental Neuromuscular Stabilization , which has provided additional exercise techniques for her to pass on to her patients to emphasize proximal stability to prevent and treat injuries of surrounding joints.
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Dr Matt Friedman Pt Dpt
Dr. Matt Friedman PT, DPT received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from San Diego State University. During his time at SDSU he received extensive training and education in treating both acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neuromuscular pathologies. He utilizes a multi- modal treatment approach that combines his knowledge of biomechanics with other skills such as neuromuscular facilitation and developmental techniques, and an emphasis on manual therapy. His clinical experience has included treatment of a wide variety of patient demographics from athletes of all ages to geriatric patients.
Dr. Matt is an Aztec for Life! In addition to receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, he also received his B.S. in Kinesiology Pre-Physical Therapy at SDSU. During his undergraduate career, Dr. Matt was co-captain of the Mens Crew Rowing team and earned a Scholar Athlete Award for academic excellence while competing.
Dr. Matt was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. When hes not in the clinic practicing physical therapy, he enjoys playing spikeball, softball, hiking, weightlifting, and running. He competed in his first full marathon 3 years ago. Dr. Matts passion for the field of physical therapy stems from a combination of his love for movement and the desire to help others achieve their goals and reach their full potential.
Dr Carter Phillips Pt Dpt
Director of Clinical Education Published Author in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders on chronic low back pain American Academy of Manipulative Therapy Certified SMT Levels 1 and 2
Dr. Carter Phillips, PT, DPT, received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from San Diego State University. This education provided him with an extensive understanding of musculoskeletal injuries with an emphasis on biomechanical evaluation and treatment using both manual and exercise based interventions. He also has clinical experience in a variety of orthopedic, sports and neurologic rehab settings.
Dr. Carter Phillips, PT, DPT is a published author in a national medical journal for his research on low back pain. This research used a three-dimensional motion capture system to identify abnormal movement patterns in subjects with low back pain. He recently presented this research at a national physical therapy conference for the American Physical Therapy Association. Dr. Carter also teaches our therapists the latest manual therapy techniques at our mentorship meetings 2 times per month. He focuses on the latest science in exercise therapy and hands on techniques to help our patients receive the best treatment possible.
Aquatic Therapy Can Get You Moving Again Without Pain
If you suffer from aches and pains, water therapy can help you find relief. Aquatic therapy is a type of physical treatment that is performed in water, most commonly in an in-clinic pool.
It is also known as hydrotherapy or water healing, and it has relaxing effects that can aid in pain alleviation and relaxation.
Get in touch with Exercise Sport Physical Therapy today to learn more about how our Overland Park physical therapists can assist you with water therapy treatments.
Water And Sports Physical Therapy Revenue
Water and Sports Physical Therapy revenue is $1.2M annually. After extensive research and analysis, Zippia’s data science team found the following key financial metrics.
Water and Sports Physical Therapy has 30 employees, and the revenue per employee ratio is $40,000.
Water and Sports Physical Therapy peak revenue was $1.2M in 2021.
Dr Ashley Maher Pt Dpt
Dr. Ashley Maher completed her undergraduate studies at California State University Fullerton, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology in 2009. Thereafter, Ashley attended Azusa Pacific University, where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013. As a doctoral candidate, Ashley completed internships in various settings including outpatient orthopedics, pediatrics at California Childrens Services, and inpatient physical therapy.
Dr. Maher spent her first year post doctoral degree working at a top outpatient facility in Orange County where she completed a year long manual therapy mentorship with emphasis on treatment of orthopedic/musculoskeletal injuries as well as neurological rehabilitation including vestibular and temporal mandibular rehabilitation.
Dr. Maher has received an advanced education in treatment and evaluation of various muskuloskeletal dysfunctions. She has taken many advanced courses to enhance her knowledge in the evaluation and treatment of the cervical spine, thoracic spine, lumbar spine, pelvic floor, as well as all extremities including the hip, knee, ankle, and shoulder joints.
Dr. Maher has worked with many patients with Ehler Danlos Syndrome and POTs and is very passionate about helping every patient reach their optimal functional goals through physical therapy.
Ashley looks forward to furthering her knowledge and experience in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation
Dr Kirsten Brown Pt Dpt
Director of UTC
Womens Health Specialist Graston Technique® Certified
Dr. Kirsten Brown PT, DPT, received her doctoral degree in 2012 during a 6 year DPT program at Northeastern University located in Boston, MA. She moved to San Diego in 2013 and never looked back.
Dr. Browns passion for the human body and its function began with her experience as a personal trainer. She has had the opportunity to work with clients of all ages and with all athletic abilities. Her training focuses on plyometrics, Olympic lifting, and speed and strength conditioning. She finds great joy in treating those with sports medicine injuries whether it be a collegeathlete or weekend warrior.
In 2019, Dr. Brown began to expand her knowledge and skill set in Pelvic Health. Diagnosis she most often sees include those with pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, OAB and those who are pre, peri and post-partum. Dr. Brown recognizes the importance and need for education and rehab for her ladies during and post pregnancy and is a major advocate for both mommy and babys health long term. Her ultimate goal is to bridge the gap between pelvic and sports rehab. Helping postpartum moms safely return to the recreationalactivities and sports of their choosing.
Dr Greg Banks Pt Dpt Ocs Cfps
Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Certified Fall Prevention Specialist
Dr. Greg Banks, PT, DPT earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. His time at VCU instilled strong orthopedic evaluative and treatment skills, with a focus on accentuating manual therapy techniques with corrective exercises. Additionally during graduate school, he served as a leader of the Virginia Physical Therapy Association, helping promote and advocate for the profession within the medical community. Prior to graduate school, Dr. Greg attended Wake Forest University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with a Concentration in Biochemistry.
Dr. Greg worked as an orthopedic therapist for three years in private practice in Richmond, VA, prior to joining WSPT. During this time, he honed his treatment skills on a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions, covering the lifespan, with a heavy hands on approach. He completed a six month intensive manual therapy series taught by the Virginia Orthopedic Manual Therapy Institute, culminating with certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. As part of WSPT, Dr. Greg has taken multiple advanced courses related to the treatment of the cervical and lumbar spine using manipulative therapy.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Greg enjoys being around the water as much as possible, including waterskiing, wakeboarding, paddle boarding, surfing, and kayaking.
Benefits Of Aquatic Therapy In Overland Park
Aquatic therapy at Exercise Sport Physical Therapy can provide the following benefits to your physical therapy treatment.
- Resistance. Its natural resistance can be used to increase the rehabilitation process and strengthen muscles.
- Improved Breathing. The respiratory muscles are forced to work harder during the therapy, which helps you breathe better.
- Buoyancy. Water has a natural buoyancy for flotation and reduces gravity on aching muscles and joints. There is less pain when you exercise in water.
- Hydrostatic pressure. With its hydrostatic pressure, youre supported and dont have to fear falling while performing exercises.
- Pain Relief. Pain relief is certainly the most obvious benefit of aquatic therapy! It can help provide relief for many conditions, including arthritis, chronic pain, lower back pain, orthopedic injuries, sprains, strains, and tendonitis.
- Wave propagation/turbulence. Wave propagation and turbulence allow our physical therapist to gently manipulate your body.
- Relaxation. It provides a soothing and relaxing environment for aching muscles and joints.
Benefits differ from person to person based on what your end goal is for your therapeutic program in Overland Park, but overall you should expect to feel much better after each session with your therapist!
Dr Sidjonn Cj Regala Pt Dpt Cert Vrs
Director of Carmel Valley
Vestibular Rehabilitation Specialist Post Concussion Syndrome Specialist
Dr. Sidjonn CJ Regala PT, DPT, Cert. VRS, received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Hardin-Simmons University of Abilene, TX in 2009. He also attended Texas Tech University and Hardin-Simmons University for undergraduate studies to pursue a bachelor of science in biology degree with a minor in mathematics in 2007. He was a member of Alpha Chi National College Honors Society. Member of Gamma Beta Phi National Honors Society affiliated and involved with the Boys and Girls Club and Habitat for Humanity. Member of Kappa Mu Epsilon . He was an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Head coach of the Abilene Senior League for 13-14 year olds.
Awards include: 2006 Academic All-ASC team for baseball 2006 All-academic District VI by ESPN the Magazine and the College Sports Information Directors of America Graduated Summa Cum Laude 2007 at Hardin Simmons University.
He has a passion for manual therapy, treating orthopedic injuries, and dealing with neurological aspects of physical therapy. While pursuing his Doctoral degree, Dr. CJ was active with Orthopedic Manual Enhancements at West Texas Rehab Center. He has gained most of his experience in orthopedic clinical settings, but experience ranges from extensive affiliations with neurological, acute, and aquatic physical therapy.
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Rebekah Levine Pta Cfps
Certified Fall Prevention Specialist
Rebekah LeVine attended the very competitive San Diego Mesa College earning both her Professional Degree and Licensure as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2020. During her program, Rebekah excelled in a variety of clinical settings including outpatient orthopedics, aquatics, and inpatient acute care. Prior to obtaining her degree, she became interested in physical rehabilitation when she became an adaptive surfing coach for challenged athletes. Working with this population solidified her belief in the power of movement to transform and improve the quality of life in all individuals.
Rebekahs expertise is based in aquatic therapy, therapy exercise progression, manual therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, neuro-developmental training, and adaptive athletic training.
In her free time, Rebekah loves to stay active by surfing, biking, and training in mixed martial arts.
What Does Aquatic Rehabilitation Involve
At Cleveland Clinic Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy sites, the initial physical therapy evaluation takes place in the physical therapy gym where the patient is evaluated and treatment goals and plan of care are established. If pool therapy is indicated, the therapist will recommend follow up physical therapy sessions in the water. It is not necessary for patients to know how to swim before initiating an aquatic therapy program. A physical therapist or physical therapist assistant directs each treatment session. Access to the pool may be by either stairs, ladder or ramp depending on location. Cleveland Clinic provides access to lockers at most aquatic sites.
We suggest that patients consider bringing:
- a lock for their personal items
- a cover-up or towel
- water shoes to protect their feet in the pool area
- plastic bottle with drinking water to maintain hydration
For those patients that require assistance with dressing, showering or walking the hallway from the locker room to the pool, we ask that a caregiver be present during each treatment session.