Anna Casem, MPT, Clinic Director

Anna has been practicing physical therapy for 15 years in an outpatient setting. She graduated from California State University, Fresno with a Master’s Degree in physical therapy. She is a clinical instructor for the physical therapy programs of several universities. She has taken continuing education courses in strain-counterstrain, kinesiotaping, modalities, upper and lower extremity physical therapy examination and treatment, cervical and lumbar spine physical therapy examination and treatment, and use of rehabilitative modalities, and she speaks Spanish. She participated in many years of competitive swimming throughout her life and has completed two marathons. Her children are now very involved in competitive dance and swimming.

Aparajitha Gottapu

Aparajitha graduated in 2005 with a Bachelors in Physical Therapy from NTR University of Health Sciences, India. During her Bachelors, she interned and worked at an Orthopedic multi-specialty hospital. Aparajitha received her US Physical Therapy license in 2010. For the last 7 years, she has been working as an Outpatient Physical Therapist. Her professional interests are orthopedic manual therapy, pre- and post-op orthopedic rehab, and exercise based physical therapy. Aparajitha enjoys cooking, gardening and spending time with her husband and their two boys. She speaks English, Telugu and Hindi (some).

Priscilla Joy Sabangan-Luna, PTA, RPT

Priscilla Luna moved to San Jose, California from The Philippines. She studied Physical Therapy at De Las Salle University where she obtained her BS and proceeded to work in a fast, upscale community, assuring client delectation working with the elderly. She worked as a Physical Therapist in a royal hospital in Saudi Arabia for 3 years. She started her career with RehabCare for 2 years before she got the opportunity at Physical rehabilitation network sports therapy clinic. In her free time, she enjoys traveling. She also helps the community by adopting a child with Food For The Hungry with her husband. Appreciative with what she has learned, she makes sure her patients are well educated with their current ailments as there is no single process or cookie cutter approach that works for everyone, and is more individual in nature.

Trish Patil


Upper extremity therapist specializing in hand, wrist and elbow conditions.

Penelope Gatton


Penelope graduated with honors in 2014 from Pima Medical Institute in Las Vegas with an O.A.S for Physical Therapy Assistant. During school she interned in vestibular specialty, hospital and V.A. Health clinics. Penelope’s professional interests include: sports medicine, manual therapy, yoga therapy, balance and gait recovery, and incorporating physical and mindfulness therapies for chronic pain. She lives in the Santa Cruz mountains, and on her days off she can be found hiking, or at the beach with her dogs.

Emerald Eusebio


Bios coming soon!