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Brandon graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo with his Bachelors in Science in Kinesiology in 2010 and earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific in 2013.
While attending Azusa Pacific, Brandon conducted and published research on the effects of physical activity and education on Body Mass Index and Body Fat Percentage in primarily Hispanic mothers and their children. He has clinical experience working in outpatient orthopedics, acute rehabilitation, and pediatrics. Brandon recently completed the orthopedic residency program through the University of Southern California and is now board certified as a Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, an accolade that only 4% of physical therapists in the country have earned.
As a third generation San Luis Obispo County native, Brandon is excited to provide compassionate, individualized, and evidence-based care in his hometown. He enjoys being outdoors, spending time with his family, and anything to do with sports.
Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, December 2013
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California
Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology, December 2010
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Stacey Jensen Ritter, MS, ATC is Director of Sports Medicine & Concussion Program Director for San Luis Sports Therapy/Movement for Life physical therapy clinics.
California State University, Long Beach: BS Kinesiology, emphasis Athletic Training
California State University, Fullerton: MS Kinesiology, emphasis Psychology of Injury
Stacey began her professional career as the Associate Director of Athletic Training, and Department of Sports Sciences instructor, at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. As a university Athletic Trainer, she worked with Olympians, professional athletes and NCAA champions.
She spent the next 15 years serving the high school setting. The outreach program she previously managed for Movement for Life successfully transitioned 11 high school athletic trainers into 13 permanent school-district positions. As an advocate for youth sports safety, she now coordinates multidisciplinary concussion education & management throughout Movement for Life’s 24 physical therapy clinics in CA, AZ & NC. She also presents several times a year to local, state and national provider groups on youth sports concussion management, among other topics.
She has served on several boards and committees at the state, district and national level, and co-authored a number of resource documents for the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Stacey’s husband, Chris is also an athletic trainer. In her spare time, Stacey is a competitive outrigger canoe paddler, and enjoys doing artwork and hiking.
Far West Athletic Trainers Association- Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer- 2019
National Athletic Trainers Association- Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer- 2018
National Athletic Trainers Association- Athletic Training Service Award- 2015
Far West Athletic Trainers Association- All District Team: Secondary Schools- 2005
California Athletic Trainers Association- State Service Recognition- 2011
California Athletic Trainers Association- State Recognition Award- 2013
Movement for Life© (APTA Private Practice of the Year, 2012)-
Team Award- 2013
Service Award- 2016
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"I had an offroad motorcycle accident about 4 years ago and never got quiteright afterwardsI haven't been able to run and it got to the point walking down stairs became a huge challenge, because of the constant pain in both kneesAfter a complete workup by an orthopedic surgeon, the best course of action turned out to be a recommendation for physical therapy I was skeptical at bestI thought I was in pretty good physical shape and didn't really expect a lot of improvement Huge changeIn less than 2 months I feel like someone hasgiven me a new set of knees the pain I've been living with for the last 4 years is almost completely gone I'm truly amazed at how well physical therapy worked"~ Keith