We have two treating physical therapists at our South Pasadena facility, each having earned a Clinical Doctorates degree and other credentials that include Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists, Athletic Trainer certification, and Pilates certification. Our physical therapists are licensed and members of the California Physical Therapy Association and the American Physical Therapy Association.
Our staff has worked with various high schools, professional and Olympic level athletes. Regardless if you are a weekend warrior or an elite level athlete, our goal is to return you back to your prior level of competition.
Our facility offers a private exam room, and open floor treatment tables. Treatment plans are developed for each individual and their rehabilitative needs. Physical Therapists choose various therapeutic exercises utilizing sport specific or functional exercise equipment. Our 1600 sq. ft. facility with open floor space will allow the individual to perform a multitude of therapeutic exercises during their physical therapy session.
Common Injuries and Conditions Treated Include:
Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Disorders
Patient Education Programs
“I was impressed that when the physical therapist did an initial screening for a knee problem I was experiencing, he correctly diagnosed the problem before the sports medicine doctors did. The physical therapist encouraged me to push for an MRI because he did not feel comfortable treating me without more information. He thought I might have a piece of meniscus blocking my ability to flex my knee. I appreciated that he wanted to do the right thing and not just add me to his patient list. I pursued the MRI and it confirmed what the physical therapist surmised.
Though I could have continued with some physical therapy sessions through my health care provider, I chose to personally pay to do my physical therapy with F.A.S.T. The physical therapist, support staff and the staff of athletic trainers at F.A.S.T are knowledgeable, professional, friendly and they all work together as a team. I felt that everyone there had my best interests at heart and were trying to get me back to playing tennis as quickly and as safely as possible.
Laura F., December 2012