Our Team

Hiten
Davé

PT & Owner

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.

Falguni “Kim”
Davé

PTA

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.

Lennon Clinic:

Daniel Wesley
Lindstrom

PT, DPT

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. 

Madison

Madison
Urtusuastegui

PTA

Hi, I am Madison “Madi” Urtusuastegui, PTA. I have a well rounded background in the medical field working with Physical Therapists and Chiropractors. While working in the medical field I have learned how to empathize with patients and their needs. I earned my BA from San Francisco State University in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Exercise Physiology and my PTA degree from Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts. Originally from Southern California, I grew up playing soccer and tennis with a brief collegiate soccer career at Cal State East Bay. I fell in love with the Bay Area and all it has to offer. 
 
My mission as a P.T.A is to get patients back to their daily lives pain free. In my spare time, I love exercising, camping and trying out new cooking recipes! (Ask me about my Gluten Free Cookies)

Kelly
Kerr

PT, DPT

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.

San Miguel Clinic:

Peter 'Bog' Tan

Peter ‘Bog’
Tan

PT

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.

DeAnna

DeAnna
Pastor

PTA

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.

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Ada
Kan

PT

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Nicole

Nicole-Alexis Tolentino

PT

Hi, my name is Nicole! I am a Southern California native who has found her way up to the Bay Area after living in Chicago, Michigan, and Washington! In these states, I was able to earn my Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Northwestern University and gain clinical experience working with youth athletes, children with developmental disabilities, as well as adults who are post-surgery, post-stroke or with spinal cord injuries.
 
My style of physical therapy is to help my patients feel better while teaching them therapeutic exercises and techniques that can continue to make lifelong changes. My goal is to have my patient’s leave the clinic feeling better and have more knowledge on establishing wellness routines in their daily life. Overall, I want everyone to feel empowered to move their bodies! 
 
In my free time, I love taking care of my plants, rollerblading around the neighborhood, and exploring new hiking areas in the bay.

Pleasanton Clinic:

Herman

Herman
Huang

PT, DPT

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.

Neethu
Joseph

PT, DPT

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.

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Bhoomika
Patel

PT

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Ishani Shah

Ishani Shah

PT, DPT

Hey! I’m Ishani. I received my Bachelor’s in Physical Therapy from India and later received my DPT from Loma Linda University in California. My training and clinical experience has included working in several different settings such as outpatient orthopedics, in-patient acute and post-acute care, neurological rehabilitation and cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation. After working in these various settings I have found outpatient orthopedics to be an area of my prime interest.</p>
<p>I firmly believe that along with providing exceptional skilled physical therapy, values such as kindness, patience and holding unconditional positive regard toward patients is necessary for patient care. I strive to empower my patients/caregivers with lucid translation of my medical knowledge. It is important for me that my patients are able to understand their pain and purpose of physical therapy and therefore have complete control of their care. I try to approach my patients holistically and emphasize the importance of building small habits that will put them in the right direction toward their health. I have extensive experience in dealing with orthopedic post-operative conditions, overuse/repetitive strain injuries, chronic pain, postural dysfunctions, incorrect gait, work-related injuries and traumatic injuries. I am fluent in English, Hindi, Gujarati and Marathi. In my personal time I enjoy travelling, taking my dog on hikes, meditating, practicing yoga and painting.

Concord Clinic:

Patrick

Patrick
Amigable

PT, DPT, CCI

I graduated with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of the Pacific. I am a believer in keeping up to date and utilizing evidence-based practice in order to best assist patients. I have experience with methods such as blood flow restriction training, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and joint mobilizations. 

Having been through multiple injuries and surgeries myself, I understand how severely pain can negatively affect your function and daily life. I am committed to ensuring every patient receives the best care in order to improve their quality of life.

Outside of the clinic, I enjoy weightlifting, hiking with my dogs, photography, and am a blue belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. 
Pam

Pamela
Thirrukotla

PT

Hey! I am Pamela. I am a postgraduate from India with experience in both acute care and outpatient.
Having worked in both the settings, I have an amazing exposure to wide variety of conditions. Having
bagged the experience, I moved to the States and full filled my dream of being PT which I must say was
taxing.

I am sensitive to the word “suffering” which led me to choose this path to make a difference in people’s life. I am diligent and patient with my patients at the same time very stubborn in setting goals and pushing my patients to achieve them. I always tell this to my patients “Exercise is the crux of your rehab”.

Apart from being a clinician, teaching and learning has always been my passion therefore I tutor
students at “Final frontier” to help achieve their dream of being a PT in the USA
Alright, it’s time to know what your PT does for fun. I love music and so I sing and play my beautiful
piano. Besides I also love my husband with whom I hike, work out and travel off roading in our Jeep.

Jared Amgott-Kwan

Jared
Amgott-Kwan

PTA

As a Physical Therapist Assistant, I feel privileged to be able to assist people during difficult times in their lives. My joy of helping others was formed over 13 years of serving Oakland and Berkeley communities at the YMCA, through health and fitness programming. I deeply care about building professional patient relationships through active listening, emotional understanding, and achieving patient goals.
 
I received my Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Carrington College in Pleasant Hill and attended San Francisco State University for a B.S. in Kinesiology with a minor in Management. Additionally I have been a certified Personal Trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine since 2008.
 
I live in Oakland with my family and spend my free time teaching my two young boys how to play sports, build, and read.
 
I very much look forward to working with you!
Walter

Walter
Sanchez

Massage Therapist

Prior to being a Massage Therapist, I have worked as a House Keeper, Dishwasher at a restaurant, Management Assistant, Network/System Administrator, Internal Auditor, Technical Support, Computer Instructor, and Massage Instructor. I also have volunteered for the Contra Costa Sheriff Office as (SAR) Search and Rescue and for Pleasant Hill as CERT (Community Emergency Response Team), and during tax season, besides working as Massage Therapist, I volunteer for AARP to prepare taxes for the Elderly and Low Income families. I like to help my clients to feel relaxed, pain free and energetic. I am experienced in deep tissue, Thai, Sports, Accupressure, trigger point, as well as Swedish massage techniques.