Beth Strader, DPT
Beth is a Southern California Native who recently relocated from Indiana where she spent the past 4 years working for Marion General Hospital Outpatient Physical Therapy. While working as a Physical Therapist in Indiana, she was also the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach for Indiana Wesleyan University where she helped implement an ACL prevention program for the Women’s soccer team. Beth completed her B.S. in Kinesiology from California State University Northridge (CSUN) where she played Division 1 soccer for the Matadors. Suffering a career ending knee injury her senior year, Beth became passionate about pursuing a career in physical therapy to help others along their rehab journey. She then went on to graduate with her Master’s in Physical Therapy from CSUN in 2014 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2015 from Temple University. Beth is an APTA Certified Clinical Instructor, Functional Movement Technique Certified Practitioner with Rocktape, and has pursued advanced skills in iASTM, joint and spine mobilizations, and McKenzie Techniques. She is currently a resident for Kaiser Permanente Physical Therapy Orthopedic program to become an APTA board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Beth’s loves to treat a wide range of patients from pre and post-operative, athletes, weekend warriors, geriatrics, and everything in between. She has a passion for sports and wrote her Physical Therapy school thesis on, “Prevention of ACL Tears among Female Athletes 12-22 years old.” Beth and her husband Tim along with their daughter are excited to be back in warm California weather.