Jeremy Faust, MPT, CSCS, Clinic Director

Jeremy received his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University in 2003. He obtained his certification as a Certified Sports and Conditioning Specialist from the NSCA in 2005. He has focused his work in the outpatient therapy setting for the majority of his career. He has taken many continuing education courses over the years with emphasis on the Mulligan Concept, Kinesiotaping, manual therapy, and neurological rehabilitation.

Jeremy believes in treating the patient as a whole and finding the true cause of the problem prior to treatment. He prides himself on treating each patient as an individual and providing them with education on how to prevent future injuries. He enjoys exercising, playing all kinds of sports, and cheering for his favorite sports teams.

Kevin Wild, DPT

Kevin completed his undergraduate work at Cal State Eastbay in Hayward, CA where he received his BS in Kinesiology Pre Physical Therapy. He then attended Fresno State University and graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016. Since then, Kevin’s focused his career in outpatient orthopedics and sports rehab treating a wide variety of conditions. This interest stems from his background in sports, mainly baseball, while growing up and in college. Kevin is a life-long learner and has completed several continuing education courses in Maitland and Postural Restoration (PRI). Outside of physical therapy, he enjoys working out, playing golf and spending time with family and friends.

Edd Ghiringhelli, PT

Bio and Photo coming soon.

Cheeryl Acala-Mauricio, PT

My name is Cheeryl Gene May Bernadete Acala – Mauricio. I go by the name Cheeryl in the clinic. Born and raised in Javier, Leyte Philippines. Completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy in Doña Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation (RTRMF) Tacloban City. Graduated with a latin honor, Cum Laude in the year 2012.

I hold a physical therapy license in the Philippines since 2012. In the state of Florida since 2017 (inactive). I never really practiced there rather transferred to California through reciprocity. And in California 2019 – present.

I started my PT journey in 2012 as a volunteer work in Divine Word Hospital Tacloban City. Then, later work as an assistant and clinical instructor in RTRMF in 2013 teaching Anatomy, Physiology and Therapeutic Exercises. Fate brought me to California in early 2014. Past foreign credentialing, PT board exam, reciprocity and TOEFL exam, I then able to start my internship in January 2019 with GAGPT in Vallejo, CA which was later changed to Pacific Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy.

I consider myself as a work in progress. I find joy in helping and educating people. And for that, I won’t stop learning.

Fluent in Waray, Bisaya and Tagalog. Hablo y entiendo pocas palabras en Español.

Linda Camilleri, OTR, HTC San Jose State University

Linda graduated from San Jose State University in 1987 with a BS in Occupational Therapy. She started her work in hand therapy at North Bay Hospital under the supervision of a Certified Hand Therapist in 1992. She spent 7 years there before moving on to Grove Andersen, Ghiringhellii where she has worked independently for 15 years with a variety of Acute, Overuse and Chronic hand diagnoses. Her case load consists of private pay industrial and partnership patients. She received her Hand Therapy and Physical Agent Modalities Certification from the Board of Occupational Therapy in 2003. She enjoys spending her free time gardening and in the out of doors hiking and skiing especially in the Sierras.

Ann Natali-Mendoza, PT, DPT, CSCS

Ann grew up in the small town of Chester, CA where she played high school tennis, soccer, and was on the ski team. She went on to get her undergraduate degree in Psychology at University of San Francisco. Ann then moved to Orange County where she completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Chapman University. Since graduation, Ann has worked as a traveling PT in Arizona, and at various outpatient clinics in the Bay Area. She enjoys working with a variety of populations and levels of function, helping patients reach their maximum potential. Ann has taken many continuing education courses including Performance Movement Techniques by Rocktape, as well as Mulligan and Maitland manual therapy courses. Ann has also completed training to become a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and plans to begin a yearlong Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapy program (COMT) this spring. During her free time, Ann practices yoga and enjoys hiking and camping with her husband and dog. She continues to play tennis, and ski (when it’s not too cold) and is currently trying to learn how to golf, although she has yet to make it past the driving range.

Kevin Chew, PTA

Kevin is a Bay Area native born and raised in Oakland, CA. In 2011, he received his B.S. in Kinesiology at Cal State East Bay. At CSUEB, he had the privilege to participate in a rare Strength and Conditioning Internship Program for the Oakland Raiders. He then attended Carrington College and received his A.S. for Physical Therapist Assistant in 2016. Immediately after graduation, Kevin has worked at the VA Medical Center in San Francisco working with patients in intensive care. Since then, Kevin joined the Pacific Rehab team to advance his career in outpatient orthopedics.

He has taken extensive continuing education courses that includes Mulligan concepts, Maitland Mobilization Techniques, Rock Tape, and Myofascial Decompression. Kevin is also a clinical instructor for PTA students to meet their clinical internship requirements needed to graduate and fulfill their careers. Outside of physical therapy, Kevin volunteers in youth fitness and sports programs in Oakland. He also likes to remain active by playing his favorite sports, basketball and softball. Lastly, he enjoys wine tasting at Napa Valley!

Kristine Morales, PTA

A graduate from Carrington College’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program and also a graduate of CSU, Sacramento with a major in Kinesiology & emphasis in Exercise Science. Always looking to learn and improve skills to help patients progress and meet their personal goals. Has experience working as PTA in both outpatient and inpatient settings.

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