MEET THE TEAM

Todd Jones (Co-Founder and Owner)

Masters of Physical Therapy

 

Evergreen Clinic

Todd was in the US Army from 1990-1994. After discharge he received an AA degree from Northern Virginia Community College. In 1997 he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Athletic Training from George Mason University. In 1999, he earned a Masters of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Saint Augustine in Florida. He is a certified Athletic Trainer and has worked with a number of collegiate, olympic and professional sports as well as stay at home moms and the elderly population. Todd is the co-founder of SCFPT and has practiced with the group since its commencement in 2002. With his free time, he enjoys playing tennis, working with technology and spending time with his wife and two boys.

    Randy Waltz (Co-Founder and Owner)

    Masters of Physical Therapy

     

    Los Gatos Clinic

    Randy received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Dennison University in 1990. In 1999, he earned a Masters of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Saint Augustine. He is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Randy has a special interest in Sports Medicine as he played collegiate level lacrosse while in school. He has worked with male and female athletes of all ages, up to the professional and Olympic levels. He spent five years as the team physical therapist for the San Jose Stealth professional indoor lacrosse team. He is currently the team physical therapist for the San Jose Earthquakes professional soccer team. Randy is the co-founder of SCFPT and has practiced with the group since its commencement in 2002. With his free time, Randy enjoys mountain biking, skiing, weight training and spending time with his wife and three children.

      Robert Noakes (Partner)

      Doctor of Physical Therapy

       

      Los Gatos Clinic

      Robert received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology in 2008 and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy with honors from Samuel Merritt University in 2011. Over the last year he has returned to SMU in order to teach orthopedic physical therapy as an adjunct instructor. He is an avid athlete participating in multiple marathons, half marathons, and triathlons. He enjoys working with runners and athletes and has a particular interest in analyzing running form and styles of people with pain. He is currently completing the steps to becoming an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. Rob enjoys running, swimming, biking, baseball, lifting weights, and playing the drums.
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        Phillip Dobashi

        Doctor of Physical Therapy

         

        Sunnyvale Clinic

        Phillip Dobashi graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology in 2008. He soon after earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree at the University of the Pacific in 2010. Phillip has trained in martial arts (MMA) for over 10 years and has experience in a variety of sports and activities such as basketball, baseball, bowling, wrestling, running, hiking, and snowboarding. Because of his own personal experiences, Phillip has knowledge of injuries that commonly occur in these sports and activities. Phillip is a licensed physical therapist and has been with SCFPT since 2011. In his free time, Philip enjoys hiking, surfing, going to the gym and fishing.
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          Rozalyn Pelayo (Partner)

          Doctor of Physical Therapy

           

          Blossom/Almaden Valley Clinic

          Rozalyn received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Combined Sciences from Santa Clara University in 2000. She then went on to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Southern California in 2005. Rozalyn is especially interested in working with athletes as she played volleyball as a setter throughout high school and for Santa Clara University . She has volunteered as a physical therapist at the 2010 National Tennis US Open Qualifying tournament and the 2009 USTA Seniors Championship. In her free time, she is a local high school volleyball coach, and enjoys continuing playing volleyball, watching movies and sports, and spending time with her family and friends.

            Ryan Rausch (Partner)

            Masters of Physical Therapy

             

            Gilroy Clinic

            Ryan received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from CSU Stanislaus in 1995. In 1999 he earned his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Western University of Health Sciences. Upon graduation he was certified as a strength and conditioning specialist from the NSCA. In October 2011 Ryan became certified in Mousekeydo®, an ergonomic keyboard training program. Ryan has always loved sports and played water polo and swam competitively at the collegiate level. He made All American in swimming during his second year of college. Since graduation, Ryan has worked with people from all walks of life in the outpatient setting. He works hard to help people reach their goals that range from being able to walk regularly for exercise or return to competitive sports. Ryan and his wife Wendy are very busy raising their three children who are involved in Dance, Baseball, Tai Kwon Do, and many other activities.

              Bruce Robinson (Partner)

              Physical Therapy assistant

               

              Gilroy Clinic

              Bruce received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Athletic Training at San Diego State University in 1986. Bruce went to work as a Certified Athletic trainer for high school, Div. 1 and 3 collegiate athletes, professional football and soccer teams as well as various Olympic athletes. Bruce became a California Licensed Physical Therapy Assistant in 1996 and has worked in hospitals, outpatient physical therapy clinics and skilled nursing facilities in this capacity. Bruce has been a serious athlete most of his life and has enjoyed most sports he has tried and respected all. Bruce also has his Masters in Science in Software Engineering and instructs soon to be moms and dads in infant CPR. Bruce has been with SCFPT since 2003 and currently co-owns and works in our Gilroy facility. When not working at SCFPT, Bruce enjoys spending time with his family, working with his dog, barbecuing and watching sporting events.

                Ray Romero

                Physical Therapy assistant

                 

                Newark/Fremont Clinic

                Ray received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in Athletic Training in 1997 from San Jose State University. In 2001, he earned his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from De Anza College. His passion in sports and helping people who are injured motivated him to pursue physical therapy. Ray has been practicing in the field for over 15 years and his experiences has given him the opportunity to rehabilitate many athletes from the local high schools, universities, and professional teams of the Bay Area. Ray was also involved with the Wellness Program for the San Jose Fire Department, the Cowell Health Center at Santa Clara University, and has work with several Bay Area Olympic Athletes. His passion for sports has now inspired him to coach children sports in the Tri-City Area. Besides therapy and rehabilitation, Ray has been coaching the girls’ volleyball and basketball teams at St Joseph’s School at Mission San Jose for the past five years. In 2016, he has started in own children’s sports AAU Club Team called the Bay Area Storm in the Tri-City Area where he coaches competitive volleyball and basketball teams. Ray is happily married and the proud father of two daughters, Rachel and Isabella. If he is not treating patients, coaching children, being a husband, father, and son, he plays basketball and volleyball weekly.

                  Matt Guthrie

                  Doctor of Physical Therapy

                   

                  Evergreen Clinic

                  Matthew received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology/Athletic Training from San Jose State University in 2009. He earned his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2013. He is a certified Athletic Trainer and has worked with men and women from various sports teams and a variety of ages ranging from teenagers to professional athletes. Matthew is interested in many genres of physical therapy including orthopedics and sports medicine. He is also interested in performing medical research to help understand and prevent injuries from occurring in an elite marching program called drum and bugle corps, where minimal research has been performed. With his free time he enjoys running, barbequing, teaching marching band, and spending time his friends, family, and dog Tyson.

                    Marko Kustudia

                    Doctor of Physical Therapy

                     

                    Gilroy Clinic

                    Marko received his undergrad in Kinesiology in 2003 from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He then returned to UNLV to complete his Doctorate of Physical therapy in 2008. After working in an outpatient clinic in Las Vegas for 6 years, Marko and his wife, a Gilroy native, moved to San Jose and joined us here at SCFPT. He has worked with people of all ages and injury type. Marko recently finished his McKenzie MDT certification, and is now Cert. MDT. His hobbies include cycling, mountain biking, and off-road motorcycles. He enjoys the beach and looking for the newest and best places to eat.

                      Amanda Carrillo

                      Doctorate of Physical Therapy

                       

                      Evergreen Clinic

                      Amanda received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of San Francisco in 2009. During that time she worked with collegiate athletes as a student athletic trainer and developed an interest in working with sports and orthopedic populations. In August 2014, she received her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy and graduated with honors from the University of St. Augustine in San Diego. She has worked with a variety of patients of all ages in orthopedic and geriatric settings, as well as those with neurological disorders such as stroke and brain injury. In her free time she enjoys hiking, running, fishing, surfing, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.

                        Emily Maki

                        Doctor of Physical Therapy

                         

                        Los Gatos Clinic

                        Emily graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science and dance minor in 2009 and Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2012. She is originally from northeast Ohio but always desired moving to the west coast. After graduation she worked as a traveling physical therapist and had the opportunity to move to California. Emily enjoys working with patients of all ages and activity levels with orthopedic injuries. She aspires to become certified in selective functional movement assessment and take courses in dance medicine. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, weight lifting, yoga, Pilates, traveling and spending time with friends and family.

                          Khoi Tran-Do

                          Doctor of Physical Therapy

                           

                          Evergreen Clinic

                          Kohi graduated from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry in 2008. He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree with honor at the University of the St. Augustine in 2015. Nguyen has experience in a variety of sports and activities such as soccer, basketball, swimming, running and snowboarding. Because of his own personal experiences, Nguyen has knowledge of injuries that commonly occur in these sport activities and the associated orthopedic rehabilitation process. In his free time Nguyen enjoys hiking, cooking and learning new techs.

                            Meiying Lam

                            Doctor of Physical Therapy

                             

                            Evergreen Clinic

                            Meiying received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Biology from UC Davis in 2013. In 2015, she earned her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific. She has many interests in physical therapy, including orthopedic rehabilitation and sports medicine. She is certified in functional movement systems and she aspires to become a certified orthopedic specialist. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and all activity levels. In her free time, Meiying enjoys playing soccer, snowboarding, watching movies, cheering on the Golden State Warriors and spending time with friends and family.

                              Bryan Mai

                              Doctor of Physical Therapy

                               

                              Blossom/Almaden Valley Clinic

                              Bryan received his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Biology from the University of California Davis in 2009. In December 2015, He obtained his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy and graduated with honors from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Diego. He has an interest in orthopedic, sport and neurological rehabilitation. He aspires to improve his clinical education to become a certified strength and conditioning specialist. In his free time he enjoys hiking, camping, weightlifting, playing basketball and spending time with family and friends.