Sara Radabaugh, Doctor of Physical Therapy
First things first, I am a mom of 2 amazing boys (6 & 2, yes I drink my fair share of coffee). I have an amazing guy who supports me through all the chaos & I am thrilled that you are here.
With over 10 years of experience in my field, I have worked with individuals of all ages & abilities. I am passionate about guiding my patient down a path that will allow them to attain their individualized goals. Whether that is fine-tuning movement patterns to improve performance in your sport, aiding in your recovery from an injury, post-surgical rehabilitation or simply helping you move & feel better; I am dedicated to helping you reach the level of performance you desire.
My love for movement started with a passion for softball. At age 8 I began pitching and was fortunate to pitch through college on a Division I Scholarship to UC Riverside. The hard work & effort I learned through sports shaped who I am today.
After graduating college, I went on to earn my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University (APU). Upon graduating from APU, I was accepted into Kaiser Permanente’s Orthopedic Residency Program. After completing my year-long residency program my passion for furthering my understanding of movement & sports injuries then led me to Kaiser’s Manual therapy & sports fellowship program. I spent another year fine-tuning my abilities to help athletes reach their desired level of performance. This extensive training gave me the foundation to guide my patients back to the playing field, weight room, or wherever they plan to move their bodies. As a clinical specialist in both orthopedics (OCS) & sports (SCS), I look forward to using my expertise to help you return to the life you love.