Pam has been working for CORE since 2007. She is a licensed physical therapist who graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from CSU, Northridge in 1998 and her undergraduate in exercise science at CSU, Fresno in 1995 with a variety of certifications in treatments addressing functional movement. She enjoys 1:1 attention with patients, treating the entire biomechanical system with an eclectic approach, utilizing various techniques to restore myofascial symmetry and functional balance to help patients return to an active lifestyle. Pam utilizes various interventions such as ASTYM, myofascial decompression, blood flow restriction therapy, movement system analysis and neuromotor re-education to reduce pain, promote strength and address degenerative changes that can cause faulty movement patterns. As an experienced aquatics director, she incorporates water rehabilitation as an integral part of pain management and core conditioning for all levels of ability. With her years of experience, Pam has enjoyed specializing in a variety of conditions ranging from treatment of temporomandibular disorders (TMJ/TMD) to labral and tendon repairs and joint replacements. She finds working with an orthopaedic practice using the latest innovations rewarding and offers excellent patient care with a special interest in regenerative medicine. In her free time, Pam enjoys camping, hiking, and playing pickleball.