We believe we can do more together than we can alone. Our goal is to improve the lives of those we touch by applying current and effective treatment paradigms in a healthy, healing atmosphere, encouraging progress. We look forward to serving you!
Mary received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley. She completed two years of post-bachelorette coursework in Exercise Physiology at California State University, Chico.
Mary graduated from the University of Southern California, earning a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. She actively pursues continuing education completing a one-year Differential Diagnosis and Manual Therapy course in 2008. Her focus is on evidence-based management of orthopedic disorders.
Mary has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Physical Therapy Department at the University of the Pacific. Mary continues to mentor and educate students in the Galt Clinic as an American Physical Therapy Association Credentialed Clinical Instructor.
As an active member of the California Physical Therapy Association, Northeast District Executive Committee, and a Board Member of the California Political Action Committee, Mary has advocated for the access of Californians to physical therapy services and for the progression of the profession.
When she’s not working, Mary enjoys golfing, hiking, wine tasting, and spending time being active with her family.
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2007
California State University, Chico, California
Post-Bachelorette, Exercise Physiology Coursework, 2003-2005
University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, California
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology, May, 1995
Bryanna was raised in Galt, California. She received her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a focus in Exercise Physiology and a minor in Health and Wellness. She is continuing her education to become a Physical Therapist Assistant through San Juan College of New Mexico.
Outside of the office Bryanna enjoys going to the gym, snowboarding, wakeboarding, running, and spending time with family and friends. She is passionate about living a healthy and active lifestyle and wishes to share that passion through a career in physical therapy.
California University Chico, Chico, California
Bachelors of Science, Exercise Physiology, May 2015
Minor: Health and Wellness
Dan was raised in Manteca, California. He completed both his Bachelor of Arts in Sports Medicine and Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
He enjoys a career where he can impart his own passion for movement to other populations from younger, active crowds looking to return to sport to senior groups seeking improved strength and balance to help with their everyday life challenges. He finds great joy in turning almost all exercises and activities into a challenge for improved participation and outcomes. Dan is an active American Physical Therapy Association Credentialed Clinical Instructor and enjoys overseeing students during their internship periods in hopes of giving back to the profession and advancing younger therapists on their reasoning and hands on skills. He thrives on the energy they bring back to the clinic and appreciates the new ideas in care they impart on his patients.
On a personal note, Dan now lives in Sacramento, California with his wife and two children. He is competitive by nature and enjoys all sports, although baseball, golf, bowling, and snowboarding are among his favorites. His other interests include distance running, wine tasting, cooking, and reading.
University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2009
University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Bachelor of Arts, Sports Medicine, 2005
John Has worked as a physical therapist assistant since 1998 and has spent the majority of his clinical development in the outpatient orthopedic environment and is recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association with advanced proficiency in musculoskeletal physical therapy.
John is currently an adjunct instructor at Sacramento City College in the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. He is also a credentialed clinical instructor through the APTA. John is active in APTA on the national level and has served as the Chief Delegate of the PTA Caucus of the APTA. John enjoys working in all aspects of the outpatient setting and has additional training in McKenzie techniques for the lumbar and cervical spine.
When away from work he enjoys softball, camping, walking his dogs and riding his road bike.
BS Degree in Health Care Management
Franklin University, Columbus, Ohio, 2005
AS Degree in Physical Therapy Assisting
Stark State College, Canton Ohio, 1998
Barb started in Physical Therapy as a secretary in a small clinic with only one Physical Therapist, where she ran the office and worked as an aide. She realized she enjoyed the patient care better than the office work and went back to school to become a Physical Therapist Assistant.
Shortly before she graduated, she got married and started moving around the country to follow her husband's career. She worked in skilled nursing, outpatient therapy in upper peninsula Michigan. Next they moved downstate and had their first two daughters while she was working on-call in a skilled nursing facility and outpatient center and later a part-time position at a small outpatient center that focused on hands-on treatments and allowed her to study cranio-sacral therapy. Next they moved to the beautiful Minnesota prairie where her family began the journey in foster care to adopt their third daughter, while working part-time at a local hospital system that provided inpatient acute, skilled nursing, and outpatient care. The next move to Ohio added experience in aqautic therapy and assisted living facilities in addition to other settings, and they re-entered the foster care system and adopted a baby boy. Her husband's work brought the family to Elk Grove in 2015 and she joined the Central Valley Physical Therapy family. She also enjoys going to work and being able to help people get better and have better lives through therapy. Outside of the clinic, she stays pretty busy. Some patients ask why she only works two days a week and the answer is 4 kids. And yes they all still live at home. The oldest is now 16, the youngest 3, and they are her top priority. She is involved with a Moms group at church and participates in weekly get-togethers.
Baker College of Muskegon; Muskegon, MI
Associate in Applied Science: Physical Therapist Assistant, April 1998
Grand Rapids Community College; Grand Rapids, MI
Associate in Business: Medical Secretarial, December, 1994
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"strongKudos to physical therapistsstrongWith the city coming out of bankruptcy, the San Joaquin Delta polluted by hyacinth, and national news reporting doom and gloom, the last place I expected to find a welcome change of pace was Central Valley Physical Therapy especially considering the assurance that my success there depended on the degree to which I would let them hurt meThroughout 34 sessions of literally pushing me through scar tissue after total knee replacement in May, the entire staff at Central Valley Therapy in Stockton was remarkably competent and caring Not once did I sit in the waiting room more than five minutes Not once did I find my therapist and his many assistants anything but attentive and engaging Not once did I dread going back for moreHopefully, Central Valley Therapy staff goes home with a sense of professional accomplishment, feeling appreciated Their services strengthen weak muscles, provide stability to wobbly legs and lift the spirits of patrons in need Stockton is fortunate to be home to a business so welcoming and worthwhile"~ Ginny