Angela graduated from UC Irvine in 1994 with a Bachelor of Social Science degree. After leaving the beach, Angela went on to Azusa Pacific University for her masters in Physical Therapy. Graduating in 1999, her first job was in an acute care hospital where she remains on staff in a per diem position in order to keep abreast of the changing field of medicine. Angela quickly found her niche in an out-patient orthopedic clinic and has taken over 50 continuing education courses to advance her skill set. She has extensive experience treating a wide range of conditions and strives to provide a comprehensive, whole body assessment with a unique treatment plan for all. Angela’s passion is to educate the community, including physicians, on the need for better women’s healthcare and the need for prenatal and postpartum rehab.
Angela was born and spent most of her childhood on the east coast. When she is not working she enjoys boating, skiing, hiking, traveling, gardening and spending time with her husband, two girls and dogs in their Newbury Park home.