…the only physical therapy practice in Beverly Hills to receive the GOLD standard award by the largest nationally known Physical Therapy Network ( PTPN ) and all their contracted insurance companies.
PHYSICAL THERAPY SPECIALISTS IS
…the only orthopedic physical therapy practice in Beverly Hills connected with Cedars Sinai Medical Care Foundation to treat their patients for the last 20+ years.
PHYSICAL THERAPY SPECIALISTS HAS
A comprehensive “Whole Body” approach to Therapy, Fitness and Wellness
Longer hours for convenience
One-on-one physical therapy treatments
Free street, metered and easily accessible parking
Orthopedic Physical Therapy usually includes a variety of treatments including mobilization, massage, passive and active stretching, strengthening, functional training, spinal stabilization, and modalities.
Sports Rehabilitation combines physical therapy and sports medicine.Treatment is directed not only to the injured area, but also to any surrounding structures that may have weakness or restricted motion.
Women’s Physical Therapy Specialists is the dedicated to addressing special health concerns of women including pelvic floor pain, cancer, lymphedema, pregnancy related pain. Post partum, or incontinence issues.
In balance physical therapy, therapeutic exercises and neuromuscular re-education will be used to target physiology systems, including vision, somatosensory, and musculoskeletal, in order to improve balance in all activities.
Many of our executives, professional athletes, and high profile entertainers prefer to have one of our experienced physical therapists, trainers, or massage therapists come to their home for home physical therapy.
Fit for Life program is a holistic fitness plan that incorporates health conscious ways of restoring the body to its optimal health through means of weight loss, specialized exercise, stress-reducing techniques, massage, and acupuncture.
The Stay Cancer Free Program offered by Women's Physical Therapy Specialists has a multi-disciplinary approach offering customized programs for all cancer- free patients that have completed their cancer treatment.
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Alex Reyes, PT, OCS Alex Reyes, PT, OCS, graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in Physiological Science and continued his education at USC for a Masters in Physical Therapy. He completed both the Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Residency and Maitland programs and became a Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2003. In the clinic, he specializes in Grade V Passive Mobilizations, especially of the spine.
In his spare time, Alex has developed an exercise program for his son’s basketball team and teaches martial arts to provide a safe way to train while promoting injury prevention.
Felicia Reels, DPT, CSCS graduated from Xavier University of Louisiana with a B.S. in Psychology and minor in Biology. She later received her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Southern California in 2005. Additionally, she became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist to further hone her desire to help the athletic and orthopedic patient population. She developed a passion for addressing Women’s Health concerns, and received specialized training for the management of individuals with pelvic floor disorders, post-mastectomy care, as well as peri/post-partum concerns.
Felicia enjoys traveling, playing tennis, running, reading and cherishes spending time with her family and friends.
Jeff Bradley, DPT, OCS, ATC, graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Exercise Science. He then went on to graduate from CSU-Long Beach with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2001. Jeff completed the Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Physical Therapy residency program and later received his athletic training certification to help improve his passion for treating athletes. He recently received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Temple University and has special training from the Titleist Performance Institute to which gave him the skills to perform a golf-specific physical examination to improve performance and prevent injury.
Jeff’s interests include watching musicals, taking care of his pets, and instructing suspension exercise by use of the Redcord.
Fei Zang, DPT, graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.A in Biological Sciences and Psychology and received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Southern California. She entered physical therapy to help people move and get them back to doing the things they love. Fei has enjoyed continuing professional development as a member of the American Physical Therapy Association Orthopedic Section. When she is not treating patients, Fei enjoys distance running, traveling, and trying new recipes with her boyfriend.
Alissa Kostakovsky, DPT, graduated from University of Michigan with a B.A. in Psychology. Her previous experience going through physical therapy and desire to help others led her to USC where she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Alisa is passionate about treating patients with balance and neurologic issues and helping them return to living independently and improving quality of life.
Alissa enjoys playing beach volleyball, traveling, and bike riding with her husband.
Andrea Moskowitz, DPT, received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from USC in 2005. Her undergraduate degree was from UC-Santa Barbara in 2002 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences. Andrea’s desire to become a physical therapist stemmed from her passion to be in a people-oriented profession that would allow her to help people regain a better quality of life. She has been a long time member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and an orthopedic section member as well as a certified clinical instructor for PT students.
Andrea’s interests include spending time with her daughter and taking Pilates classes during the week.
John Steger, PTA received his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from PIMA Medical Institute in Denver, Colorado in 2011. John continues to train under Alex Reyes and Dr. Yu with a focus on his specialty of manual techniques including: five different grades of Passive Mobilizations, especially of the spine and Neuromuscular soft tissue mobilization techniques that combines deep tissue with stretching and exercise. John is not only passionate about the unique manual techniques he performs, but he also finds it beneficial to educate his patients on the importance of combining nutrition and fitness for lifelong results.
In his spare time John enjoys weight training, nutrition and cooking.
Physical Therapy Specialists of Beverly Hills' mission is to provide superior, effective, multidisciplinary, evidence-based care that will maximize progress and achieve optimal recovery.
Every client receives individual attention at Physical Therapy Specialists. We perform a comprehensive evaluation in order to analyze the origin of your pain, the cause of your dysfunction, and/or the reason for your recurring injury.
After a thorough evaluation and discussion of your goals, you will receive treatment and a plan designed to achieve those goals and maximize your progress. Our first priority is to treat the movement disorder causing your injury and alleviate your pain.
Physical Therapy often includes soft tissue mobilization, movement re-education techniques, joint mobilization, therapeutic and specialized exercise, functional training, spinal stabilization, pilates and use of modalities, such as ultrasound, vibratory massagers, and electrical stimulation.
As your condition improves, we will teach you how to continue your treatment independently, as well as instruct you on injury prevention and a home exercise program customized to fit exactly what your body needs to function at optimal condition.