P.T. & Owner
Hiten is a 1984 graduate of Northwestern University/Feinberg School of Medicine Programs in Physical Therapy. He started his private practice in Pleasanton, CA in 1985 and an additional clinic in Walnut Creek, CA in 2004. He has taken numerous continuing education courses in learning to treat difficult/chronic musculo-skeletal problems. Other areas of specialization includes treating feet, spine, headaches including tension and migraine and TMJ. Mr. Dave’ has genuine care for his patients and is evident from the outcomes his patients achieve at the end of their visit. Mr. Dave’ has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association including the California Chapter since 1985 and is an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor.
Outside his working hours, Hiten enjoys reading, practicing meditation and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Falguni “Kim” Davé
Falguni “Kim” Davé, PTA With a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and Chemistry from India, Kim always had a passion to help and work with people. She realized her aspirations in physical therapy work which led her to attend the Physical Therapy Assistant program at De Anza College in Cupertino, CA. She has been a practicing Physical Therapy Assistant since 1990 and continuing to take additional courses to enhance her career path. Kim enjoys working with the elderly population especially with balance disorders.
I am the clinics Physical therapy assistant. This is perfect for me because I have always loved being active working with and helping others. I played sports growing up and would motivate my friends to join me. Practiced gymnastics for 13 years and loved how it challenged my mind and body. Went to college in Santa Barbara where I received my AA in liberal arts to transfer to a 4 year school. I looked into physical therapy after many friends and family members told me that this profession would be perfect for me. Pursued my education at Carrington College and received a degree for physical therapy assisting. Love coming to work every day because I get to work with people and make them feel better! I enjoy the challenge of working with athletes, but I also love helping elderly gain their independence. On my free time I love traveling, hiking, being with friends, and always looking for new experiences!
In middle school, my brother broke his leg while we were messing around in the back yard. My mom said that since I was partially to blame for his injury, then I was to be his main caretaker at home. Naturally, it started with “get me this and that, get me ice cream, etc.”, but eventually, I was helping him with his crutches and then his leg and balance exercises. I felt a sense of pride with my brother’s full recovery and decided to pursue P.T. professionally. After earning a B.S. in Biology, I studied at Boston University where I earned my MSPT in Physical Therapy.
I worked at and eventually managed an outpatient P.T. clinic in Vallejo, CA for ten years, then spent 7 plus years at a post-acute rehab center in Danville, CA where I gained experience in treating patients with strokes, amputations, total hip and knee replacements, fractures from falls and a host of other diagnoses.
Outside of work, I fancy myself as an amateur entomologist and have an extensive butterfly collection. As for my brother – he owns an ice cream shop in L.A.
I am a Bay Area native and graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Exercise Biology. Then, I earned my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific. I have experience in a broad range of treatments and modalities, working in private outpatient orthopedic clinics. Some of my favorite aspects of being a physical therapist are the one-on-one interaction with patients and guiding them as they progress through their treatment. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going to concerts and sporting events, hiking, and cooking.
I have always been passionate about helping and taking care of people. Since I was a kid, I used to enjoy going to assisted living facilities and help the elderly population there. I used to spend hours there. As I grew older, I knew I wanted to be in health care profession. I decided to be a physical therapist. I graduated in Doctor of Physical therapy from Utica College, NY. I worked in Michigan for 4 years and then moved to California. Since past 6 years I have been in California working as a Director of Rehab. I have always loved to work in an Orthopedic setting and have done many courses to enhance my skills. I am trained in joint mobilization, KT taping, Mulligan, McKenzie and Graston techniques.
Other then work I love to spend my time listening to music, practicing yoga, spinning, meditation and my favorite is spending time with my family.
PT, DPT, CCI
I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of the Pacific. I am a firm believer in utilizing evidence-based practice in order to improve patient outcomes. I have experience utilizing a variety of methodologies, including but not limited to blood flow restriction training, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and joint mobilizations. With that being said, I also understand how severely pain can affect someone’s quality of life in a multitude of negative ways. I am committed to ensuring every patient receives quality care and doing my best to ease their discomfort.
Outside of the clinic, I enjoy powerlifting, hiking with my dog Kingsley, photography, and have recently started practicing jiu-jitsu.
I decided to become a Physical therapist as I liked working with people and now I enjoy helping my patients to recover from pain, surgery, injuries, movement and postural dysfunctions. I have a Masters and Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy from India. Completed my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from University of Montana. I help my patients with joint mobilization, soft tissue release, exercises, functional retraining, patient education and empowerment to relieve their pain, improve mobility and achieve their functional goals. I spend my spare time with friends and family, cooking, and hiking.
Daniel Wesley Lindstrom
Born and raised in Walnut Creek, I graduated from Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. I fell in love with outpatient physical therapy back in high school after tearing my rotator cuff. Through my 6 months in rehab, I felt truly cared for by the support staff and left inspired by the knowledge of the therapists and how profound an impact it’d had on me. From that point onwards, I developed a passion for the health care profession and helping others.
As a physical therapist, I take an evidence-based approach to my practice and am always trying expand my knowledge in the field. In the near future I plan on becoming an Orthopedic Certified Specialist to further help people with their injuries.
My mission as a Physical Therapist is to allow others to recover from chronic pain and return from injury so they can live their best lives.
Throughout my life I have always been athletic. I was a dancer for over 10 years, loved playing sports and being active. The moment I realized I wanted to have a career in physical therapy, was when I witnessed a home-health physical therapist work with my niece. At the time, it looked as if they were just playing, but little did I know it was so much more. As her visits progressed, she continued to get stronger and her mobility improved. Thus, my interest in physical therapy began. I attended Carrington College graduating with a degree in Physical Therapy Assisting. I love helping others and feel great happiness knowing I was a part of their rehabilitation process. I’m so happy to have found a career where I can make a difference in someone’s life.
During my free time, I love traveling and spending time with my friends and loved ones. I love exercising, going to the beach, and being outdoors!
I believe there is nothing more fulfilling than helping others get back to living their best lives, which is why I chose physical therapy as my career. It also provides a rich working environment where I can bond with my patients as they progress towards their goals. I earned my degree in Physical Therapy Assisting at Carrington College and became licensed shortly after. My mission is to treat every patient holistically, with each session tailored to the individual’s needs. I plan to stay up to date on the latest research and learn more about chronic musculoskeletal conditions in order to provide the most effective care possible.
I spent part of my childhood living near Yosemite National Park where my passion for all things outdoors, such as camping and hiking, began. I also enjoy spending time with friends and family, cooking, and painting. I am elated to serve my community through the healing powers of physical therapy here at Back on Track.
I received my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2017 from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. I am an advocate of individualized rehabilitation and exercise programs catered to each patient based on their level of function, goals, and values. I try my best to ensure a comfortable environment the patient can rehabilitate and heal in both physically and mentally. Clinical decisions I make involve the patient’s goals and values, evidence-based intervention, and my experience as a Physical Therapist. I have experience with but am not limited to the following specialized interventions: Myofascial Decompression (cupping), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, Blood Flow Restriction training. I have experience in manual therapy of the extremities as well as the spine and trunk and include a hands-on approach with most of my patients. I believe in a combination of hands-on and active intervention with the ultimate goal of functional independence. On my time off from work I like to go to the gym, hike, watch series/movies/sports, play video games, and discover delicious food spots.
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Walnut Creek – Shadelands
301 Lennon Ln, #202
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
Walnut Creek – Downtown
1840 San Miguel Dr #100
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Pleasanton Physical Therapy
5976 W. Las Positas Blvd, #110
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Did You Know?
When something is out of balance, runners most often complain of knee pain.
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