Our Therapists

sueFu_Web Susan Fu (PT, DPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS)
Director of Rehabilitation Services

Susan Fu is the director of rehabilitation services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center Performance Therapy. She received her bachelor’s degree in physiological sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles and her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Southern California. Susan is a board-certified orthopedic specialist and also a certified strength and conditioning specialist.

She completed her certification in athletic training during her work with the UCLA athletics and Sports Medicine team. She worked as a student athletic trainer with the football, men’s volleyball, and track and field teams. Susan remains active in athletic training, covering professional beach volleyball tournaments and the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games held in Los Angeles. She also enjoys working with student physical therapists and athletic trainers, and has lectured on therapeutic rehabilitation in sports medicine at Loyola Marymount University. Susan’s passion is on corrective fundamental movements and restoring athletic performance. She has extensive experience in treating orthopedic injuries in the general population, youth through professional athletes, and dancers.


017_JPhillipsDiana Garrett (PT, DPT, OCS, CLT, CSCS)
Out Patient Rehabilitation Supervisor

Diana Garrett is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. Diana earned her orthopedic clinical specialist (OCS) certification and has taken advanced coursework in oncology rehabilitation. She has also received her certification to become a lymphedema therapist (CLT) from the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy. With a background in orthopedics, lymphedema management, and oncology rehabilitation, Diana can provide comprehensive care to breast cancer patients at all stages of their treatment.

Diana received a bachelor’s of science degree in exercise biology from the University of California, Davis, and her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Southern California. While at UCD, she worked as a student athletic trainer with various teams such as football, track and field, women’s gymnastics and wrestling. Using her background as an accomplished dancer, Diana worked with professional ballerinas, Broadway artists, and commercial dancers in both Los Angeles and New York, providing backstage care, injury prevention, and rehabilitation. She also completed her dance rehabilitation certification with Westside Dance Physical Therapy and is working towards obtaining her certification as an orthopedic manual therapist through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy.


Anthony_Ware Anthony J. Ware (PT, DPT, OCS, SCS)
Physical Therapist

Anthony Ware is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy, where he serves as assistant director of rehabilitation. Anthony is a certified specialist in both orthopedics and sports physical therapy. He received his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Southern California, where he also completed his residency in sports physical therapy. During residency he had the pleasure to learn and work with several athletes at all levels including; Culver City High School, West Los Angeles College, Loyola Marymount University, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and the Los Angeles Sparks.

Anthony is a former Minor League Baseball player who played with the Detroit Tigers organization. After his playing career, he received his bachelor’s of science degree from Loyola Marymount University, as part of the Major League Baseball’s scholarship program. He continues to work with LMU in its sports medicine department providing physical therapy services to its student athletes and has lectured on sports medicine for the health and human sciences program.


017_JPhillipsKrista Schofield (MOTR/L, CHT)
Occupational Therapist/Certified Hand Therapist

Kristin Scholfield is an occupational therapist with Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. Continually working to advance her clinical knowledge in hand therapy and the treatment of upper extremity injuries and disorders, Krista received her hand therapy certification from the Hand Therapy Certification Commission. Krista received a degree in kinesiology from Kansas State University and her master’s degree in occupational therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Mo. She has worked extensively with hand surgeons and shares her broad knowledge of hand treatment and splinting by providing workshop instruction. Krista also participates in community education to provide information on arthritis and injury prevention.


017_JPhillipsScott Agbincola (PT, MSPT, OCS, ATC, CSCS) 
Physical Therapist

Scott Agbincola is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. Prior to Providence Saint John’s, Scott worked in both private practice and hospital settings. He is certified as an orthopedic clinical specialist, strength and conditioning specialist and athletic trainer. His clinical interests include orthopedic and sports physical therapy.

Scott received his bachelor’s degree in psychobiology from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of California, San Francisco. He completed her certification in athletic training during his work with the UCLA athletics and Sports Medicine team. He worked as a student athletic trainer with the UCLA football, cross-country, baseball, and women’s gymnastics teams, the NFL Cleveland Browns and USCF sports medicine program.


017_JPhillipsSheila Ghovanlou (PT, DPT)
Physical Therapist

Sheila Ghovanlou is a licensed physical therapist with Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. As part of her services, she utilizes the practice of Pilates to help patients achieve and regain function through a balance of postural alignment and strength. She is also working to implement Pilates as a standard practice for the performance therapy rehabilitation program.

Sheila received her bachelor’s of science in exercise science and psychology from University of California, Santa Barbara, and masters of physical therapy from California State University of Long Beach. She has also received her doctorate of physical therapy from Temple University. Sheila’s past emphasis and research has been on the influence of virtual reality, specifically the Nintendo Wii Console, as an intervention for poor balance and fall risk patients in the pediatric and geriatric population. Sheila’s areas of expertise and interests are rehabilitation for pediatrics, geriatrics, sport injuries, neurological disorders including CVA and Parkinson’s, and post-operative care.


13_LChristian Lindsey Christian (PT, MPT)
Physical Therapist

Lindsey Christian is a licensed physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy and has worked in both clinic and hospital settings. Her areas of interest and experience include pediatric orthopedic physical therapy, geriatric and sports therapy. 

Lindsey received her bachelor’s degree in exercise and sport science with an emphasis in rehabilitation from Concordia University, Irvine. She also received a master’s in physical therapy from California State University, Northridge. Lindsey played four years of college volleyball and also coached club and high school teams.


JenUnterreiner_web Jennifer Unterreiner (PT, DPT, CLT)
Physical Therapist

Jennifer Unterreiner is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. Prior to coming to Providence Saint John’s, she worked at a private practice clinic in Orange County, where she treated a variety of orthopedic diagnoses including chronic pain, and post-surgical spine.

Jennifer received her bachelor’s degree in cell and developmental biology from University of California, Santa Barbara and her doctorate of physical therapy from University of California, San Francisco. Since graduating, Jennifer has worked to advance her manual therapy skills through a year-long seminar series focusing on evaluating and treating spine and orthopedic pathologies. She received her Certified Lymphedema Therapist certification through the Norton School, allowing her to evaluate and treat patients with lymphedema following breast cancer, post-mastectomy, and general venous and lymphatic diseases. Jennifer has worked with nationally ranked lacrosse players from youth to professional levels. She also enjoys teaching gymnastics to developmentally delayed pediatric populations.


MichaelLauMichael Lau (PT, DPT, CSCS)
Physical Therapist

Michael Lau is a physical therapist at Providence St. John's Health Center’s Performance Therapy. He received his doctorate's degree from the University of Southern California and his bachelor's degree in physiological science from the University of California, Los Angeles. Michael is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. While in his Doctoral program at USC, Michael had the unique opportunity to work at the Olympic Birds Nest and Water Cube Centers in Beijing, China treating the Chinese National Team while learning alongside some of the best physical therapists from around the world. With a strong background in Strength and Conditioning, Michael likes to blend the realms of strength training and rehabilitation to provide prehab, or preventative rehabilitation, to his patients. Michael is also the Co-Founder of The Prehab Guys - an online education platform whose aim is to educate the public on ways to optimize their movement system via implementing the principles and applications of rehabilitation programs before injuries occur.


FeiJiangFei Jiang (PT, DPT)
Physical Therapist

Fei Jiang is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. She received her bachelor’s degree in biological sciences at University of California, Irvine and her doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Southern California. Prior to working at Performance Therapy, she had worked with the inpatient rehabilitation team at St. John’s Health Center and is able provide this valuable insight for delivering patient care to the outpatient setting. She has also completed a year-long orthopedic residency program at Agile Physical Therapy in Silicon Valley to further advance her clinical and manual skills in treating orthopedic diagnoses. Fei evaluates and treats orthopedic injuries as well as neurological disorders which include CVA (Stroke) and Parkinson’s Disease. She also enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and being out on the road as an avid cyclist. She has shown greater involvement at the CPTA District level and promoting our physical therapy profession in the greater Los Angeles region.


AlexaRohachAlexa Rohach (PT, DPT, ATC)
Physical Therapist

Alexa Rohach is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. She received her doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Southern California. She attended Simpson College in Iowa where she received her bachelor’s degree and completed her certification in athletic training. She was a student athlete who competed in D3 women’s volleyball as well as coached club high school girls volleyball. During her undergraduate years, Alexa worked as a student athletic trainer covering a variety of sports including football and basketball. Alexa stays active in athletic training covering both volleyball and basketball tournaments in the southern California area. Her passions lie in treating patients of all ages with orthopedic and sports-related injuries.


JasonParkJason Park ( PT, DPT, SCS)
Physical Therapist

Jason Park is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. He is a certified specialist in sports physical therapy. He received his doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Southern California followed by a residency in sports physical therapy at Glendale Adventist Medical Center. During his residency, Jason had the opportunity to work with many teams including basketball, football, and track & field from the Glendale and Burbank high school districts. He also worked closely with the Division III athletes at Occidental College. Jason is a former Muay Thai kickboxing competitor who retired from official competition in 2011. Since then, he has transitioned his competitive athletic experience to coaching professional mixed martial arts (MMA) athletes in boxing and Muay Thai kickboxing. Jason has had the opportunity to travel internationally with his professional athletes to ensure their continued success towards competition. Jason’s passion lies in assessing, restoring, and promoting athletic performance through the lens of biomechanical movement analysis and strength & conditioning. He hopes to bring his unique experience from working with professional athletes to Performance Therapy to help his patients make it to the next level.


MoniqueRuddellMonique Ruddell (OTD, OTR/L, CHT)
Occupational Therapist/Certified Hand Therapist

Monique Ruddell is an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center's Performance Therapy. She graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor of arts in Art History in 2007. She then worked for three years in New York City as an employment training specialist for adults with intellectual disabilities before returning for her Masters and then Doctoral degrees in Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. During her doctoral residency, Monique specialized in the treatment of hand and upper extremity injuries and gained experience in the use of musculoskeletal sonography in hand therapy. She also developed a preoperative education program for patients preparing for CMC arthroplasty and carpal tunnel release procedures. Monique is a member of the American Society of Hand Therapists and the American Occupational Therapy Association. Monique received her hand therapy certification from the Hand Therapy Certification Commission in May of 2017.


HannahDoveHannah Dove ( PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS)
Physical Therapist

Hannah Dove is a physical therapist at Providence Saint John’s Health Center’s Performance Therapy. She received her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Loyola Marymount University and her doctorate of physical therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. Hannah is also a Certified Athletic Trainer and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. As a student athletic trainer at Loyola Marymount, she worked with Women’s Basketball, Men’s Water Polo, and Men’s Soccer teams. She also worked with high school athletes at Banning High School providing game coverage for football and served as the baseball team’s strength and conditioning coach. Hannah remains active in athletic training and covers various events in professional beach volleyball, LMU Ice Hockey and Lacrosse tournaments. She also enjoys working with student physical therapists and athletic trainers, and teaches various sports medicine classes and labs at Loyola Marymount University. She is currently a Sports Physical Therapy Resident at the University of Southern California, where she is working on the field with the student athletes at Pepperdine University and clinical work in the outpatient orthopedic setting.