Lisa (she/her/hers) began her passion in outpatient rehabilitation in 2004 while working as an aide and later as a certified personal trainer. Lisa graduated in 2010 from Cal State University of Northridge with a degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise physiology. In 2013, she received her Master’s degree in physical therapy from Cal State University of Northridge.
She began her career as a physical therapist in general orthopedics with focus in chronic pain conditions. After having children of her own, she soon discovered her passion for pelvic floor physical therapy. Lisa enjoys treating women’s health populations, with particular interest in treating pelvic floor dysfunction.
Lisa has furthered her education in pelvic floor physical therapy; Treating pediatric to pregnancy and throughout the lifespan. Lisa enjoys working with her patients to educate them on the anatomy and physiology of pain as well as self management techniques. She is passionate about wellness and providing the education and tools for patients to be able to manage, treat and prevent pelvic dysfunction.
In her free time, Lisa enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys. She also enjoys staying active with yoga and hiking.