All of our therapists are distinguished names in the field of physical therapy, and they motivate by example through strong leadership and vision. It is our belief that the best way to optimal health is to be proactive and attentive to your wellbeing. This philosophy makes up the core foundation of the organization. We provide exceptional rehabilitative care by staying abreast of recent developments within the field through on-going continued education. We offer comprehensive health and rehabilitation services to the recreational, high school, inter-collegiate, and professional athletes. Our expertise as a physical therapy specialist gives patients the confidence, comfort, and assurance that they are in the best of hands.
David T. Bradley, Owner/ Physical Therapist
David T. Bradley, PT, MPT became interested in physical therapy as a young athlete. He was a member of his high school's varsity football and track teams where recovery after injuries deepened his curiosity of physical rehabilitation. Upon pursuing a physical therapy career, he received a Master’s in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University in 1992. Over the past 25 years, David has established strong affiliations in the athletic community, providing physical therapy services to high school, intercollegiate, professional and Olympic athletes. David specializes in Sports Medicine and Orthopedics, with emphasis in Manual Therapy. He has a special interest in working with shoulder and lower extremity dysfunctions. In past years, he has taken numerous continuing education courses including a one-year course, which emphasized the Maitland Approach to Manual Therapy and continues to participate in various continuing education courses related to orthopedic, sports therapy and neuromuscular re-education. When he is not working, David enjoys hiking and watching hockey.
Kathy Bradley, Owner/Doctor of Physical Therapy
Kathy Bradley, PT, DPT has a love for learning and helping people return to the activities that they enjoy. She is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and has over a two decades of experience working with all types of injuries. She recieved her Master of Physical Therapy from Chapman University in 1994 and advanced her education in 2010 receiving her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. In addition to her education in physical therapy, Kathy received comprehensive Pilates training and is certified in both Aline Conditioning Technique (2001) and Polestar Education, Practitioner of Pilates Rehabilitation in (2003). She has completed numerous continuing education courses over the past 25 years including a year-long, Maitland based, manual therapy course and numerous other seminars including, but not limited to the treatment of the shoulder, knee, spine and sacroiliac joint. Additionally, she holds certifications in level 1 & 2 SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment). Her special interest is in sports medicine and spinal rehabilitation using a combination of hands-on-treatment, neuromuscular re-education and Pilates rehabilitation. In her free time, Kathy enjoys hiking, trail running, traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Talia Dominello, Staff Physical Therapist/Doctor of Physical Therapy
Talia Dominello, PT, DPT graduated with a BS in Biology in 2010 from California State University Channel Islands and then she initially began a career as a marine biologist. She became interested in physical therapy after she sustained a knee injury. The desire to help others learn to recover and improve the quality of their life was the impetus for her to—almost literally—jump ship and pursue a career in physical therapy. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy from California State University Long Beach with honors. Talia has taken part in baseline concussion testing for youth sport teams, research for thoracic-specific musculature exercises, and has a variety of experience treating the orthopedic, neurologic, and pediatric populations. Talia is interested in the treatment of balance dysfunctions, overuse injuries, and prevention of injuries. In her free time, Talia enjoys Pilates, TRX, hiking, farmers markets, and walking her rescue dog.
Nina Cintron, Staff Physical Therapist
Nina Cintron, PT received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from California State University, Fresno in 1987. She received her Pilates certification from renowned Pilates teacher trainer Marie Jose at Long Beach Dance Conditioning. She has attended numerous continuing education courses in physical therapy including a year-long manual therapy course and has assisted in teaching courses on the spine and sacroiliac joint. She has a special interest in Pilates rehabilitation, manual therapy and orthopedics.
Devin Guthrie, Physical Therapy Assistant
Devin Guthrie, PTA is highly passionate about helping patients recover and improve movement in order to restore function and prevent further injuries. He graduated from Whittier College with a B.S. in Kinesiology. At Whittier, Devin was a student-athlete and served as the Captain of the Men’s soccer team. Being an athlete, he suffered several injuries leading him to develop a strong passion for Physical Therapy. He went on to receive his Physical Therapy Assistant degree from Concorde Career College and graduated with honors. With a knowledgeable background in Functional Strengthening and Movement Performance, Devin brings a movement based approach to rehab. Devin has experience working with multiple patient populations, specifically orthopedic, and athletes at the high school, collegiate and professional level. Additionally, Devin holds certifications in Level 1 & 2 FMS (Functional Movement Assessment). In his free time, Devin enjoys watching sports, being active, and spending time with family and friends.