Jennifer is the owner of OrthoSport Physical Therapy. As the proud daughter of a retired Navy Capt. she had the opportunity to live in all four corners of the United States as a child, but ultimately chose to set her roots and start her own family in Orange County. Jennifer’s love for physical therapy began when she was a competitive gymnast and required physical therapy for various injuries. She immediately knew this was career for her…that was in 8th grade! She received her B.S. in Kinesiology from Cal Poly Pomona and went on to earn her Masters in Physical Therapy from Mount St. Mary’s University in 1999. Her passion for physical therapy and helping her patients has grown stronger through the years. After 15 years of experience in orthopedic physical therapy, she finally realized her dream of owning her own clinic in 2015. In her free time, Jennifer also enjoys training and competing in sprint triathlons, satisfying her competitive spirit.
Rebecca is a native to sunny Southern California. She received her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology Pre-Physical Therapy from California State University, San Bernardino and later went on to peruse her Doctorate of Physical therapy at Loma Linda University; graduating in 2012. Since graduating she has continued her education with many optional courses including Pilates certification. Rebecca realized her love and passion for physical therapy at an early age. Throughout her life she was always involved in sports including swimming, competitive cheerleading and gymnastics. While in high school she had a fascination with injuries and was always the “go to girl” when fellow athletes were injured. Rebecca became further intrigued with PT after watching friends and family recover from devastating injuries, and her passion was later solidified in college while working as an aide in a physical therapy clinic. She loves to spend her spare time outside being active, especially next to a body of water. Hiking, shooting, snow and wake boarding, and playing just about any sport are a few of her hobbies. Rebecca's philosophy is to treat the whole person not just the injury She feels that by listening and having a positive and optimistic attitude she can help her patients receive whole person care and impact their recovery in a major way. She has pride in watching her patients emerge from therapy feeling better than they did before they started.