Dilyana received her Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the Bulgarian National Sports Academy in 2005. She pursued a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy and earned it in 2016 from the A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. Dilyana has been providing physical therapy services for the Inland Empire community since 2012. Her clinical experience includes acute rehabilitation and outpatient physical therapy. Dilyana specializes in orthopedic manual therapy, strength and conditioning, vestibular rehabilitation, and fall prevention. She is devoted to assisting her patients in reaching their physical and functional goals.
Jacy Harman received her bachelors degree in kinesiology in 2016 from Cal State University of San Marcos. She has since received her Doctoral degree in physical therapy in 2020 from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in San Marcos. Jacy plans on pursuing her goal of becoming a certified pelvic floor and women’s health specialist. Jacy works with a variety of patients, including pediatrics.
Jacy enjoys camping and visiting new places with her family and friends.
Austin earned his Bachelor's in Kinesiology from Westmont College in 2017 and went on to get his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine in 2020. He works with a wide array of populations including cardiac and pulmonary, orthopedic, sport, and neurologic populations. Outside of the clinic he enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, exercising, and spending time with his wife.
Mira received her Bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from Cairo university in Egypt in 2004, she practiced as a lead physical therapist in Egypt for 4 years before moving to the United States in 2008. Mira Practiced as a PTA for 3 years before obtaining her PT license and becoming a CA board certified PT in 2020. Mira specializes in Orthopaedic manual therapy and sport rehabilitation. Mira’s personnel interests include spending time with family and friends, hiking sand traveling.
Mira enjoys spending time with her family. She enjoys traveling and exploring the great outdoors.
Kevin grew up in northern California in a small town called El Dorado Hills. He graduated from San Diego State University in 2016 with a B.S. in Biology, then chose to pursue a career in occupation therapy because he wanted to help people engage in the daily activities which bring meaning to their lives. In 2020, Kevin graduated from the University of Southern California with his Master of Arts in Occupational Therapy. Kevin then chose to continue his education at USC and earned his Clinical Doctorate in Occupational Therapy (OTD) with an emphasis in hand rehabilitation. Kevin has obtained advanced practice certification in hand therapy (HTC) and physical agent modalities (PAMS) through the California Board of Occupational Therapy and is working toward become a certified hand therapist. Kevin focuses on the daily activities that people need to do or want to do in order to provide tailored interventions to address their upper extremity conditions. Additionally, as a certified ergonomics assessment specialist (CEAS), Kevin is skilled in identifying ways to adapt the home or work environment to improve comfort during work and daily activities. When Kevin is not working, he loves to spend time with friends and family anywhere outdoors. Kayaking, hiking, climbing, disc golfing . . . if it’s outdoors, count him in!
Dawn R. Savageau is a graduate of Northshore Community College, Danvers MA, 2000; receiving her Associates Degree in Physical Therapy. Dawn has 4 certifications: Myofascial Release Level 1, Cervical/Thoracic Myofascial Techniques Level 1 through John Barnes, CranioSacral Therapy Level 1 through the Upledger Institute, and is a Credentialed Clinical Instructor through the APTA. Dawn was born and raised in Massachusetts and recently relocated to Temescal Valley, CA from Tucson, AZ. Dawn enjoys traveling with her husband and their 2 sons. She loves cooking, reading, watching football and walking the family dog. Dawn looks forward to helping you achieve your therapy goals and get back to living your best life.