Locations

Bakersfield

8200 Stockdale Highway, Ste. B1
Bakersfield, CA 93311

Phone (661) 827-8959
Fax (661) 827-1779

bakersfieldoffice@centralvalleypt.com

(Next to Trader Joe’s in the Town and Country Shopping Center)
Map and Directions

Business Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Tuesday and Thursday
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM


Clinic Director
Zachary Luce, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
zluce@centralvalleypt.com

Zach received his bachelor’s degree in Applied Health from Azusa Pacific University which included multiple science courses including advanced anatomy courses.  In 2005 he received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University.

He began working in an outpatient setting immediately following graduation while simultaneously taking courses through a nine month manual orthopedic physical therapy course to prepare him for his Orthopedic Clinical Specialist exam.  He received his OCS certification and has continued to use his knowledge in an outpatient orthopedic setting.  When he is not treating patients in the clinic he enjoys being outdoors playing basketball, surfing, running, and spending time with his co-worker and wife Becky.

Education
Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2005

Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California
Bachelor of Science, Applied Health, December 2001

College of the Redwoods, Eureka, California


Brad Stillwagon, PT, DPT, OCS
brad@centralvalleypt.com

Brad was born and raised on the Central Coast of California, grew up in Buelton and has family in the Santa Barbara area. His interest in physical therapy began while at UCSB, and developed while working as a PT Aide in Goleta.

Brad’s professional interests include working with high school athletes to teach them the importance of strength and conditioning, as well as specializing in golf injury rehabilitation and fitness. He recently completed his residency to become Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. Apart from physical therapy, Brad enjoys all types of outdoor physical activity, including skateboarding, baseball and cycling just to name a few.

Education
Chapman University, Orange, CA
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Aug 2010

University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
Bachelor of Science, Biology, June 2007


Eric Silva PT, DPT
eric@centralvalleypt.com

Eric was born and raised in Hanford, living in the Central Valley all of his life. He grew up as an athlete playing many sports and enjoyed the comradery with fellow teammates. He attended junior college then graduated from CSU Fresno while working different part time jobs, which he feels allows him to relate to a variety of people. He then attended University of Pacific in Stockton, CA receiving a Doctorate of Physical
Therapy.

While attending school he was introduced to the company by completing an internship at San Luis Sports Therapy. Soon after receiving his DPT in 2011, he was licensed as a Physical Therapist and hired in Bakersfield. Outside of his professional role, Eric enjoys watching and playing all types of sports, listening to music, watching movies, and good food.

Education
University of Pacific, Stockton, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, December 2011

California State University Fresno, Fresno, California
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology:Exercise Science, December 2008


Andrea Wooding, PT, DPT
andrea.wooding@centralvalleypt.com

Andrea was born and raised in Ridgecrest, California. She became interested in physical therapy when she was in high school after she watched her mother’s close friend receive physical therapy. She observed the relationship the physical therapist was able to foster with their patients, while helping them achieve their rehabilitation goals. Andrea graduated from University of California, Davis in June 2009 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior. She continued her education by attending physical therapy school at Midwestern in Arizona and earned her Doctoral degree in May 2013.

During one of her last internships she was able to work in an outpatient physical therapy clinic. Andrea enjoyed being able to help patients achieve results quickly and invest in her patients’ lives. She knew she wanted to work in the Bakersfield area and heard about the Movement for Life team from a friend. She joined the Central Valley Physical Therapy team in July 2013. When Andrea isn’t in the clinic she likes to craft, bake, and play tennis.

Education
University of California, Davis
Bachelors of Science in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior, June 2009

Midwestern University, Glendale, Arizona
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2013


Jason Elias, PT, MPT
jason.elias@centralvalleypt.com

Jason grew up here in Bakersfield and has a strong connection to the people of Bakersfield. Jason has a passion for orthopedics but has diverse work experience which has shaped his treatment. As a new graduate, Jason worked in northern California working simultaneously in an inpatient setting, transitional care unity and a sports/orthopedic clinic.

After that 1st year, Jason focused on orthopedics but also has significant outpatient experience with neurological diagnoses and has 1o years of management experience. Overall, Jason enjoys giving patient care that is focused on the whole person. Jason is blessed with a wonderful wife and four kids that keep him busy outside of work.

Education
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA
Masters in Physical Therapy, June1999

Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA
Bachelor of Science, Life Science 1999


Paul Caudillo, PT, DPT, CSCS
paul.caudillo@centralvalleypt.com

Paul graduated from Bakersfield high school in 2001. From there he enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a helicopter search and rescue swimmer. He completed 3 tours of duty including coalition support for allied forces during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005 and 2006.

Upon honorable discharge, Paul decided to focus his efforts on completing his education, earning his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from California State University Bakersfield. Following graduation, Paul was accepted into Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions’ Doctor of Physical Therapy program where he earned his Doctorate in 2013. Paul is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has a primary interest in sports physical therapy and orthopedics. Paul enjoys working with the professional athletes of the Bakersfield Condors hockey team and the Bakersfield Jam Basketball team. Outside his professional role, Paul enjoys snowboarding, doing anything outdoors and spending time with his wife and two dachshunds.

Education
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT
Doctor of Physical Therapy, December 2013

California State University Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, June 2010


Andy Hong, ATC
andy.hong@centralvalleypt.com

Andy was born and raised in the San Diego area. He became interested in Athletic Training in high school when he was sidelined from playing tennis with tendonitis. He was able to come back from his injury, but it showed him that there was a need for education and injury prevention among young athletes. His dream is to direct a program for young athletes to build skills, strength, and injury prevention. Andy attended Point Loma Nazarene University, where he completed the athletic training program.

While in the athletic training program, he completed two internships, one of which was with the San Diego Chargers 2011 training camp. Andy then spent a year with the NBA D League team, Bakersfield JAM, and met Zach Luce while interning there. After he finished the internship, the Central Valley Physical Therapy team received the opportunity to provide Athletic Training and Physical Therapy for the Bakersfield Condors. Andy joined the CVPT team in August 2013 to be the Athletic Trainer for the Condors and the local high schools in the off season. Outside of work Andy enjoys participating in outdoor activities and watching movies.

Education
Point Loma Nazarene University, Point Loma, California
Bachelors of Arts in Athletic Training,
May 2012


Head Athletic Trainer for the Bakersfield Condors
Vince Fedorowich, MSED, ATC

vince.fedorowich@centralvalleypt.com

Fedorowich, MSed, ATC, of Central Valley Physical Therapy works as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Bakersfield Condors of the East Coast Hockey League. Previous to this position he worked for the Abbotsford Heat (now Adirondack Flames) of the American Hockey League where he served in the same capacity for the 2013-14 season.

Prior to his time in Abbotsford, the Mississauga, Ontario native spent two seasons with the Arizona Sundogs of the Central Hockey League (CHL). He was named the CHL’s Athletic Trainer of the Year in 2013 and was runner-up for the same award in 2012. His career has also included stops in Quad City (CHL), Norfolk (AHL), Iowa Stars (AHL) and in minor-league baseball with the Greenville Drive who are a single ‘A" affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. He graduated from Graceland University (Iowa) in 2006 and received Masters of Science in Education degree from Old Dominion University (Virg,) in 2009.

Education
Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia
Masters of Science in Athletic Training Education, May 2009

Graceland University, Lamoni, Iowa
Bachelor of Arts, Athletic Training and Physical Education, December 2006
Minor: Health


Front Office Manager
Terry Wiggins

terry@centralvalleypt.com

Terry was born and raised in Bakersfield, California. She is married to her husband Kenny of 25 years. Together they have 4 children and 12 grandchildren. She has been with Central Valley Physical since 2010 and enjoys creating an atmosphere where patients feel cared for and important. Terry is also involved in many different charities and fundraisers to help support the Bakersfield Community.


Administrative Assistant
Kelly Fast
kfast@centralvalleypt.com

Kelly received her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on health fitness and her personal training credential from ACSM in May 2009. Kelly started out at Central Valley Physical Therapy as an aide but shifted to the Front Office Manager when the opportunity arose.

Although she loved working directly with patients, Kelly has found the opportunity of managing the office to be an exciting new challenge and has thoroughly enjoyed learning and relating with patients in a whole new arena. When she is not at the clinic she enjoys running, camping, and going to the beach.

Education
Fresno Pacific University, Fresno, CA
BA in Kinesiology, May 2009


Accounts Manager
Lori Reynish
lori.reynish@centralvalleypt.com

Originally from San Francisco. Lori lived in Fresno until moving to Bakersfield 6 years ago. She has 3 children and enjoys spending time with them pursuing there interest as well as getting away to the beach. Lori manages accounts @ CVPT and is a good fit for her organizational talents as well as her desire to help others.


Front Office Assistant
Sarah Vasquez

sarah.vasquez@centralvalleypt.com

Sarah was born and raised in Bakersfield California. She aspires to become a business owner one day, meanwhile she loves spending time with her loved ones and traveling all over the world. Sarah has a heart for helping and serving others, she is constantly thinking of ways to become better at it.

Education
North High School graduate 2011
Attends Cal State University of Bakersfield

Administration

Administrative and Billing services provided by the Movement for Life Team in San Luis Obispo, CA.

1106 Walnut Street, Suite 110
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Phone (805) 788-0805
Fax (805) 788-0845

info@movementforlife.com

 
 

President
Kelly Sanders, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC

kelly@movementforlife.com

Kelly Sanders grew up here on the central coast. After graduating from Atascadero High School is 1992, she went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and a minor in Exercise and Health Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

In 1999, she received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. Following graduation, Kelly completed a one-year residency program in orthopedic physical therapy at Kaiser West Los Angeles and Fortanasce & Associates Physical Therapy. She is board certified in orthopedic physical therapy and also is a certified athletic trainer. In her personal time, Kelly enjoys snow skiing, being outdoors, reading and spending time with her husband and two young children.

Education
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 1999

University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, June 1996
Minor: Exercise and Health Science


Treasurer
Pam Simpson
pam@movementforlife.com

Pam Orth Simpson joined the Movement for Life team as Controller in 2006 and currently serves as Treasurer. She brings over twenty years of accounting, finance, and management experience from prior employment with two different Fortune 500 restaurant corporations and as Controller for a local restaurant chain. During her career, Pam has been a member of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).

Pam enjoys living on California’s Central Coast and all it has to offer such as cycling, hiking, and wineries. She loves spending time with her husband and adorable son at activities such as swimming and playing at the beach.

Education
Wichita State University, Wichita, KS
Bachelor of Business Administration
Minor: Accounting


Controller
Lynette O’Neil
lynette@movementforlife.com

Lynette O’Neil joined San Luis Sports Therapy in early 2009 as the Assistant Controller and currently serves as the Controller. She has over 15 years of accounting experience in the private and government sectors.

Prior to joining San Luis Sports Therapy, she worked as a Budget Analyst for 5 years for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Santa Ana, CA.

Lynette enjoys living on the central coast with her husband and enjoys hiking, running and various outdoor activities.

Education
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA
B.S. Business Administration
Minor: Accounting


Director of Billing
Natalia Byrnes

natalia@movementforlife.com

Bio Coming Soon!

 

Director of Facilities and Purchasing
Randall Hill

randall@movementforlife.com

Randall was born and raised in California’s Central Valley and moved to San Luis Obispo in 1998. From physical labor to bartending and sales to office jobs, Randall has gained a lot of knowledge and experience in dealing with many different responsibilities and personality types throughout his professional career.

Just prior to working at San Luis Sports Therapy, Randall worked for a local branch of a widely-known real estate company for three years. Desiring a more structured work schedule, he found the San Luis Sports Therapy billing department. Before long, he was offered a position within Facilities/IT – which proved to be a better fit for his wide array of skills. The Marketing Department then took interest in Randall’s artistic side – where he created marketing and promotional content including t-shirts, posters and banners. From his work ethic and desire to grow, Randall was offered the dual roles of Director of Facilities & Purchasing Manager. He now works closely with the Accounting Department on many levels, as well as with the CEO of the company. In addition to those titles, being the team player that he is, Randall still wears many hats, tackling different projects and tasks on a daily basis for multiple departments and people. This includes managing storage, sitting on the Marketing Committee, and even serving as the local space planner.

Randall, his lovely wife and their son currently reside in San Luis Obispo.

Education
Cerro Coso Community College, Ridgecrest, CA
Associate’s Degree in Digital Animation
President’s Award Recipient


Director of Information Technology
Ashley Fittz
, MS, CSCS
ashley@movementforlife.com

Ashley was hired in 2004 as a PT Aide and worked the front desk at Athlon Health and Fitness in San Luis Obispo. He then became a Personal Trainer, taught Group Fitness (and is still a favorite instructor) and has served in different management capacities with Athlon.

Ashley continued to provide support to Athlon while taking on more duties within the IT/Facilities department over the past couple years. In addition to his IT duties, Ashley coordinates (and writes articles for) the quarterly company-wide newsletters for which he implemented a new design and has brought a very refined/professional feel. He manages still to include personal training sessions and group fitness instruction. He also serves as a champion of fitness and team spirit for the Administration and Billing team as he encourages more involvement in fitness and workouts as well as other group activities.

Ashley has earned his role through his willingness to learn and take on new challenges. His calm and friendly approach helps in this often thankless and challenging position. Ashley has contributed much behind the scenes to the company web sites and our systems and is poised to leading the continuing evolution of our use of technology.

Education
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA
Master of Science Degree in Kinesiology

Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA
Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology

Allan Hancock College, Santa Maria, CA
Associate of Science Degree in Electronics Technology


Director of Human Resources
Karen O’Brien

karen.obrien@movementforlife.com

Bio Coming Soon!

 

Director of Sports Medicine & Athletic Training
Stacey Ritter, MS, ATC

stacey.ritter@movementforlife.com

Stacey Jensen Ritter, MS, ATC is Director of Sports Medicine & Athletic Training, overseeing the high school outreach, and industrial athletic training programs.

After completing her education, she served as Associate Director of Athletic Training, and Department of Sports Sciences instructor at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA.

After many years as a university Athletic Trainer, Stacey moved to the high school setting, and found a true mission in bringing the highest standard of athletic health care to young competitors. Over the years, she has worked with Olympians, professional athletes and NCAA champions, and has been on several international playing tours with athletic teams.

Areas of special interest include psychology of injury, the adolescent athlete experience, and concussion education. She also finds time to serve on boards and committees that advance and promote the role of Athletic Trainers in the high school setting.

Stacey loves drawing, painting, and outrigger canoe racing. Her husband, Chris, is also an Athletic Trainer, and they enjoy running, hiking and being on the ocean.

Education
CSU Long Beach, Long Beach, CA
Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology-Athletic Training

CSU Fullerton, Fullerton, CA
Master of Science in Psychology of Injury


Jennifer M. Uyeda, PT, MPT
juyeda@slsportstherapy.com

Jennifer came from the Central Valley of California to join the San Luis Sports Therapy team. Jennifer has experience working with people of all age groups who have orthopedic, neurological, balance and even some wound care issues.

She recently completed her Orthopedic Residency and transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy through Evidence In Motion. She has also attended multiple continuing education courses through Folsom Physical Therapy and the North American Institute of Manual Therapy organizations in the past.

Jennifer loves traveling for work and for fun, which is why she has become a float physical therapist. She has already worked in multiple SLST offices both in and out of San Luis Obispo County. In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys swimming, jogging, fishing, skydiving, bowling, traveling, dancing, and spending time with family, friends and her two cats.

Education
Evidence In Motion
Transitional DPT/Orthopedic Residency, Jan 2012

California State University Fresno, Fresno, CA
Masters in Physical Therapy Degree / May 2008

California State University Stanislaus, Turlock, CA
Bachelor’s of Science in Biological Sciences / May 2003


Director of Marketing
Haley Daniel, ATC, CSCS

haley@movementforlife.com

Haley grew up in Kansas City, MO where she graduated with her bachelors in while playing soccer for her university. She has been a competitive athlete her whole life, although now she much prefers the enjoyment to the competitiveness. She moved away from home when she was 22 to pursue her master’s degree at UOP.

Immediately, she fell in love with California and two years later moved to the best kept secret of San Luis Obispo to work for San Luis Sports Therapy. Her first three years with the company she served as the Certified Athletic Trainer for SLOHS. She then transitioned over to Athlon Fitness & Performance for the next four years. Haley is now extremely excited to broaden her horizons by working in the Marketing Department of Team Movement for Life!

The Central Coast has truly been an amazing gift in Haley’s life; she enjoys lifting weights, hiking on the weekends, playing tennis with her co-workers, jumping out of perfectly good airplanes, soaking up the sun and much more. She absolutely adores her condo in Grover Beach, her amazing roommates and the best kitty she could ever imagine.

"You can never cross the ocean until you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.”
–Christopher Columbus

Education
University of the Pacific, Stockton CA
Master of Arts in Exercise Science, June 2007

Park University, Parkville MO
Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training, June 2005


Business Development and Client Services
San Luis Sports Therapy
Ryan Miller

ryan.miller@movementforlife.com

Ryan was born and raised in Southern California and moved to San Luis Obispo in 2007 to attend Cal Poly. He became very interested in human movement and function and eventually joined SLST in late 2009 as a PT Aide. After completing his education, Ryan assumed more responsibilities within the company including Front Office Assistant, Lead PT Aide, Transcriptionist and Director Track Participant. In 2014, Ryan was awarded a Business Development position for the SLST Region.

Ryan continues to teach boot camp classes with Athlon Fitness & Performance and enjoys helping others reach their fitness goals.

In his personal time, he enjoys playing and watching sports, working out, spending time with his friends and family, and various outdoor activities including surfing, hiking and camping.

Education
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA
B.S. Kinesiology
Minor: Biology


Business Development and Client Services
San Luis Sports Therapy
Milo Winn

milo.gomez@movementforlife.com

Milo moved to the Central Coast from Los Angeles as a teenager and graduated from Templeton High School in 2004. She began her professional adventures at Starbucks where, along with being an award-winning barista, she developed a craving for the interaction with the community around her and an everlasting passion for customer service.

While pursuing an education from the local community college, Milo was hired on with Team Movement for Life as a PT aide at the Paso Robles clinic in January of 2008. She also graduated from California Holistic Institute that year and was able to offer sports massage services for the company. Finding her home with San Luis Sports Therapy, she has dedicated the last seven years to learning and growing into the company. After six years managing the front office in Paso, she pursued an opportunity to move to our administration family and was quickly offered a Business Development Director role.

As a dedicated life-long learner, Milo continues to grow in her desire to make a difference with Team Movement for Life. She is dedicated to her Business Development Director Role and is excited and refreshed at the opportunity to get back to her basics of relationship building, interacting with the community and customer service.

In her free time, Milo loves camping with her friends and husband, cuddling with her dog, painting, writing, wine tasting, cooking, entertaining, learning, spin classes and yoga. Her proudest and greatest accomplishment thus far in her life has been marrying her best friend in July of 2014.


Director of Business Development and Client Services
Delta Physical Therapy
Central Valley Physical Therapy

Score Physical Therapy

Heidi C. Coffee
heidicoffee@me.com

Heidi Coffee is the Director of Business Development for Delta and Central Valley Physical Therapy and SCORE Physical Therapy. This consists of three Clinics in California’s Central Valley area, one in Kern County and the fifth Clinic in Santa Cruz County.

Heidi brings over 25 years of experience of strong outside sales, combined with marketing and promotional expertise in the area of medical diagnostic imaging and physical therapy.

Heidi’s has proven skills with identifying and capitalizing on a changing and challenging health care industry trends.

She is especially skilled at establishing, developing and maintaining long lasting professional relationships with physicians as well as medical staff. She is resourceful and a creative thinker with strong negotiation skills. Works professionally with each clinic assisting them with goal setting, event planning and marketing.

Heidi lives in Lodi, CA where in her spare time she enjoys traveling, yoga, gardening, cooking, wine tasting and entertaining family and friends.

Education
Sacramento City College, Sacramento, CA
Business Major, June 1985

Management Training
Zenger Miller Management Training, Sacramento, CA

Community Affiliations
American Red Cross
American Heart Association
General Mills
Local Chamber of Commerce Members
San Joaquin Emergency Food Bank
Pregnancy Resource Center of Lodi


Director of Business Development and Client Services
Athlon Physical Therapy

Carrie Anderson
carrie.anderson@athlonpt.com

Carrie and her husband Brad relocated to the Tucson area from Colorado in 2010 and are enjoying the warmer climate and beautiful sunsets. In Colorado, Carrie attended Aims Community College and Colorado Christian University. Having owned and operated a Health Club of her own in Colorado, she is experienced in both the customer service side of business and the management.

Carrie is a certified yoga instructor and enjoys helping people obtain their fitness goals.

Carrie is a perpetual marketer. She has found the perfect career in business development with Athlon Physical Therapy. She looks forward to tomorrow and in being part of such a wonderful company.

In her free time, Carrie enjoys spending time with her husband Brad. Together they enjoy family, their two dogs, traveling, golf, exercise, friends and a good bottle of wine.



Director of Business Development and Client Services
Avid Physical Therapy

Bob Kambe
bob@avidphysicaltherapy.com

Graduate of University of California, Davis with degrees in political science and history. JD from the University of West Los Angeles. Spent the last 30 years primarily restructuring insurance companies through-out the U.S. in marketing procedures, regulatory, claims and Sarbannes Oxley implementation.

Native southern Californian who returned to be closer to the grandkids and the future ocean front property in the desert.


Founder / Chairman
James E. Glinn, PT, DPT, OCS

jim@movementforlife.com

James E. Glinn, PT, DPT, OCS is the Founder of the Movement For Life Team with locations in Arizona and California. He shares responsibility for the leadership, strategic planning and operations of the multi-facility organization, while heading up the wellness and lifestyle programming for the Team.

Jim is a graduate of the medical center at Loma Linda University, and he completed his doctorate in Physical Therapy through the University of St. Augustine and the North American Sports Medicine Institute. Dr. Glinn serves as faculty for the EIM and Northeastern University Doctoral programs. Currently, James serves as the Vice Chair for the Physical Therapy Business Alliance. In both his personal and professional experiences, Jim has coached and rehabilitated All-Americans, Olympians, Amateur and Professional athletes.

Education
University of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, FL
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Feb. 2005

Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma Linda, CA
Masters in Physical Therapy, Bachelors in Life Science 1991 – 1994
Alumni Award Recipient

California State University, Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
Biology Major 1989-1991

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