Patrick Hannum - Patrick graduated from U.C.S.B in 1988 with a B.A. in Physiology and cell biology. He went on to receive a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Sargent College of Boston University in 1991. He practiced for nine years, specializing in orthopedic physical therapy before taking over Julie Cleavenger Physical Therapy for Ms. Cleavenger when she fell ill. .After several years of practice, Patrick met and studied with Art Riggs, advanced Rolfer. When he personally experienced the 10-series of Rolf treatments, Patrick decided to study structural integration with the Rolf Institute. He became a certified Rolfer in 2001. Since then, he has been practicing Rolfing Structural Integration in addition to manual physical therapy. Over his career he has taken over 25 orthopedic P.T. courses and several Rolfing S.I. courses. He works to maintain the standard of care set by Ms. Cleavenger who died in 2002. This practice involves one-on-one treatment sessions focusing on the specific needs of individual patients.
Vivian "Kaiwe" Goo - Vivian graduated with a degree in Physical Therapy in 1984 from the University of Puget Sound. After working for over 20 years, she developed a special interest in manual therapy. She prefers the focused, individual treatments of private practice after working in many physical therapy settings including acute hospital care, skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation clinics, sports medicine clinics, and other private practice outpatient clinics. Kaiwe Goo completed a four year Feldenkrais Method Professional Training Program in 1993 to complement her love of dance and movement arts. She has completed the Pilates Instructor training program and is working towards certification. She has taken and continues to pursue coursework relevant to orhtopedic manual therapy. Kaiwe has a very good eye and feel for spotting movement dysfunction with a great understanding of how to work towards solutions. Her wide range of experience as a physical therapist equips her with an uncanny ability to evaluate and treat complex musculoskeletal problems.
Amy Greczyn - Amy Greczyn received her Bachelor's degree in Health Sciences and Certification in Athletic Training at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania She went on to receive her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Beaver College (now Arcadia University) just north of Philadelphia in 1989. She has continued her education by taking over fifty seminars with a recent emphasis toward osteopathic-based techniques and uses a holistic approach in working with patients. When not working, she enjoyes a variety of outdoor activities such as bicycling, sea kayaking, backpacking and golf.