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About Us

Dr. Loren Kimble is a San Francisco native who earned his Bachelor’s degree at Humboldt State.  Following undergraduate schooling he discovered his natural talent as a massage therapist, obtaining certifications in Swedish, deep tissue, sports massage, shiatsu and reiki. With a brief stint as a fitness trainer, he was able to blend soft tissue work with exercise to demonstrate improved flexibility and muscle function.  In 2009 he graduated with his Doctorate in physical therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, where he developed his skills as a movement-based specialist.  As such, Loren helps to relieve pain by combining movement analysis with manual therapy and corrective exercises to address inefficiencies in movement with the ultimate goal of returning desired functional and activity levels.  

Additionally, he believes it is critical to educate the patient in all aspects of his or her recovery to achieve a successful outcome and hence, this practice will build in ample time for one-on-one consultation. He has found that when patients understand the basis for their pain and dysfunction and the rationale for the exercises prescribed, they become more actively engaged in their healing process enabling us to achieve more rapid progress toward their goals.    
 Kevin White grew up in Novato California and has lived in Petaluma California since 1993. He received a Bachelor’s degree in systemic physiology from The University of California, Davis in 1987. Kevin then went on to earned his Masters degree in cellular and molecular biology from The University of Michigan in 1989. In 1992, he graduated from The University of Southern California with a Master’s degree in physical therapy. Kevin is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy. He is a certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist through Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars. His goal is to improve patient function through manual therapy and exercise, so that the patients to their desired activities as quickly as possible.
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