About Our Clinic

We offer state of the art rehabilitation in a caring, family based environment. Cal Rehab values high quality service and the highest level of excellence in care with a focus on cutting edge "Hands On” techniques.

ANAHEIM HILLS CLINIC

California Rehabilitation & Sports Therapy
Anaheim Hills Clinic

5630 East Santa Ana Canyon Rd #150,
Anaheim, CA 92807

Phone number: (714) 282-7701
Fax number: (714) 282-7711
 

 

 

 

 

State of the Art Programs & Equipment

  • Proprioceptive/balance training
  • Core Stabilization
  • Return to sport programs
  • Postural Training
  • McConnell & Kinesio/Rock taping
  • Star Trec exercise equipment
  • Saunders Cervical Traction
  • Deep Muscle Stimulator (DMS)-Cutting edge equipment for electronic deep tissue massage.                                        
  • Full Spectrum of Modalities: Paraffin , Iontophoresis, Ultrasound Electric Stimulation & Cryotherapy

 

Insurances:

  • In network benefits on all Major PPO plans
  • A member of the PRN network- Accept all Workers’ Compensation plans
  • Medicare Certified
  • HMO: PROSPECT, CAREMORE & MEMORIAL CARE

Our Staff:
A team of highly specialized professioanl dedicated to optimixing performance with work, sport and life!

 

Amy E. Biersch DPT, OCS, CSCS
Director of Physical Therapy
10+ years experience Outpatient Physical Therapy  
Orthopedic Certified Specialist Certification  
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

 

 

 



A division dedicated to the complex treatment of Hands!
• Custom Static/Dynamic Splinting
• Upper Extremity wound care
• Customized edema & scar pad fittings
• Desensitization program

• Specialized training with joint mobilization & nerve glides

Nicole Lokietz MS, OTR/L
•    Educated/certified in Kinesiotaping and Dynamic Taping
•    Research accepted for publication in Journal
•    Certified Graston Technique provider.  A evidence-based method of instrument assisted Soft-tissue mobilization that utilizes stainless steel instruments to effectively break down restrictive soft tissue within the body (i.e. scar/fibrotic tissue). The instruments allow a practitioner to delve deeper into the tissues, which may help increase the rate of healing by drawing more cellular activity to the injured area. Increasing blood flow to promote healing, as well as remodeling collagen cross links are among many benefits to the technique.

 

Swati Patel DPT, CHT
Certified Hand Therapist
•    Over 10 years experience
•    Orthopedic Clinical Specialist