Why Choose a Doctor of PT?
Athletic Physical Therapy prides itself on having the best staff that we call "The A-Team." To be an "A-Team" member, you first must have the best formal education and training possible. Over the past 10 years, what patients and medical professionals call 'physical therapist' has changed significantly.
All physical therapists are not created equally. Each physical therapists should be licensed by the State in which they provide care however their education and training make each one different.
A physical therapist with the distinction of "DPT" after their name signifies that individual has completed the highest level of training for a US physical therapy professional and is a Doctor of Physical Therapy. This practitioner will be capable of performing a detailed assessment of your condition and determining what type of physical therapy program is best suited for you utilizing the most recent evidenced based treatment techniques. When you're looking for a physical therapists look for a "DPT".
Westlake Village Physical Therapists
Stephen Clark, DPT (click to view profile)
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Megan Heber, DPT (click to view profile)
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Janice Hyllengren, DPT (click to view profile)
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Rachael D'Angelo, DPT (click to view profile)
West Los Angeles Physical Therapists
Steven Crear, PT (click to view profile)
Travis Uriarte, DPT (click to view profile)
Encino Physical Therapists
Jennifer Wong, DPT (click to view profile)
Eric Bartolo, DPT (click to view profile)
Simi Valley Physical Therapists
Brian Carson, PT (click to view profile)
Erica Garcia, DPT (click to view profile)
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