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Paso Robles


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!

Our Team

Jason RodaClinic Director - PT, DPT, OCS


Jason Aaron Roda has spent the last 20 years of his life using his personal and career experiences to help his patients overcome impairments, disabilities, and handicaps through physical therapy. In that time he has also had the opportunity to lead a physical therapy team providing opportunities, education, and mentoring to bring out the best in his staff and colleagues. Jason volunteers his time within his own company to help mentor and train potential clinic Directors and current Directors. As a life long resident of his community, he has developed relationships that have helped his team establish a strong reputation in the region he serves. While his focus is on the physical therapy business he does volunteer time with the local high school assisting with Career Technology Education, Community Health, Athletic Training, and Skills USA to help young students learn about different job opportunities and how to be part of the job market. He knows there is no single approach that works for everyone so he continues to keep up with current concepts and evidence-based practices through continuing education. His interest in the business aspect has grown over the years so he spends time learning new approaches in leadership, business, and management of people to better himself as well as the team he works with. He received his education at the California State University Sacramento with a Bachelor’s in Physical Education. He received a Bachelor’s Degree from Hanzehogeschool Van Groningen, The Netherlands in Physical Therapy. He holds a Doctorate Degree from Western University of Health and Science in Physical Therapy and is currently Board Certified in Orthopedics. In the last 17 years, Jason has been Director in a physical therapy clinic for Movement for Life in Paso Robles, California. He currently sits as Chair of the companies Advisory Committee. He is part of the team that helps train new and upcoming physical therapy directors and mentors current directors. Within the community, he sits on the advisory committee for the Career Technology Education representing the health section for the local high school. Jason lives locally enjoys being outdoors, hiking, fishing, leisure sporting activity and spending time with his wife Serena and two sons Jared and Anderson.

Western University of Health Sciences
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2009

Hanzehogeschool, Hogeschool van Groningen, the Netherlands
Bachelor of Physical Therapy, April 2000

California State University Sacramento
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education, December 1996
Concentration: Physical Therapy

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Jennifer SeayPT, DPT, OCS, Orthopedic Residency Director


Jennifer was born and raised in Southern California.  She received a BS in animal biology with an emphasis in exercise physiology from University of California, Davis.  While attending UC Davis, Jennifer completed internships in cardiac rehabilitation, outpatient physical therapy, and worked as a physical therapy aide. 

Jennifer returned to Southern California to attend PT school at Chapman University.  She gained experience in areas such as inpatient acute care, outpatient neuro and outpatient orthopedics.  She also had the opportunity to spend 10 weeks in Costa Rica learning Spanish and working in an outpatient clinic. 

Jennifer has received her board certification as an orthopedic clinical specialist and currently is the Director of the Movement for Life Orthopedic Residency program helping guide physical therapists towards board certification in orthopedics.

Chapman University, Orange, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, September 2007

University of California, Davis. Davis, CA
Bachelor of Science, Animal Biology, June 2004

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Mackenzie DakePT, DPT


Mackenzie is happy to have returned to the Central Coast after graduating from Cal Poly in 2007. As a student at APU, she spent three clinical rotations with San Luis Sports Therapy, and is glad to officially be a part of the team.

At APU, Mackenzie gained experience working in inpatient acute care and long-term rehabilitation facilities, as well as with outpatient orthopedic populations. She also enjoyed working in an early intervention pediatric facility with children ages 0-3 years in Orange County. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends, as well as hiking, going to the beach, baking and scrapbooking.

Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, December 2010

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Pre-Physical Therapy Concentration, June 2007

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Roseann KoerberPT, DPT


Roseann was raised on the Central Coast. In 2010 she received her Bachelors of Science from San Diego State University. Prior to graduate school Roseann worked as a Physical Therapy Aide in Paso Robles. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2015 from Chapman University.  After graduation Roseann returned to the Central Coast and Movement for Life Physical Therapy. She has a passion for orthopedics and hopes to someday pursue a Board Certification in Orthopedics.

Outside of her professional role, Roseann enjoys fishing, hiking, spending time with her husband and their two dogs, and traveling. 

Chapman University, Orange, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2015

San Diego State University, San Diego, California
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, May 2010

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Alexander LeePT, DPT


Alexander was born and raised in Southern California and graduated from the University of California in Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Following graduation, Alexander worked as a Behavioral Therapy Technician, before finding his passion for physical therapy. He earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York, and was one of two students within his cohort to complete the school’s Advanced Orthopedic Program. Alexander has a strong interest in orthopedics and looks forward to earning his certification in the future. In his free time, Alexander enjoys playing sports, especially basketball, eating good food, and spending time with friends and family.


D’Youville College, Buffalo, New York

Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2020


University of California Irvine, Irvine, California

Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, June 2013

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Stacy AndersenPTA


Stacy was born and raised in Paso Robles, California. Stacy attended Cuesta College while working at San Luis Sports Therapy as a physical therapist aide. Stacy transferred to California State University San Marcos where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. Stacy returned to the Central Coast and San Luis Sports Therapy as a physical therapist aide wanting to continue her education in physical therapy. In March 2016 she began the PTA program at Stanbridge University in Irvine, California, and graduated in November 2017. Stacy enjoys spending time in South Lake Tahoe, camping, playing co-ed softball, and spending time with her family and friends.  

Stanbridge University, Irvine, California
Associate Degree Physical Therapist Assistant, November 2017 

California State University San Marcos, San Marcos, California
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, December 2011

Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, California
Associate of Science, General Studies, May 2009

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Suzette MooreFront Office Manager


Suzette was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and educated by Mother Nature on Maui for 5 years before moving to Paso Robles in 1985. Formerly a seamstress of wedding gowns and pizza costumes, Suzette began her venture at San Luis Sports Therapy in 2001.

As Office Manager she has enjoyed watching Movement for Life Physical Therapy (formerly known as San Luis Sports Therapy) grow. Other than being the best mother in the world to her two wonderful children, Suzette enjoys the craft of reverse engineering. If she likes something (jewelry, clothing, art, etc.), she will find a way to take it apart and recreate it, perhaps even better than it originally was.

Suzette’s Motto: “In the end, only three things matter: How much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”

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