Susan Kenyon PT, JD is happy to be continuing to help friends & neighbors with Physical Therapy services in and near Ramona. She has been a Ramona resident since 1996. Susan graduated from CSU Long Beach with a BS in Physical Therapy, completed all studies for a Master’s of Science in Health Care Administration at CSULB, and got her Juris Doctorate (Law doctorate) specializing in Medical Ethics and Medical Jurisprudence from USD.
Susan has work experience for years in: VA hospital PT (Long Beach), in-patient Medical Centers for neuro, cardiac rehab, amputees & ortho, disabled children’s school PT, chronic pain-functional restoration programs, SNFs and recently outpatient PT Director of Rehabilitation.
She thrives on patient care, recently updating in post-op spine rehab, Spanish for PTs and pelvic floor PT. In Ramona we treat many joint replacements, rotater cuff injury/surgery, ankle injury/surgery, whiplash & arthritic joints, carpal tunnel, gait & balance, low back issues.
Sondra is the assistant clinical director of our Ramona clinic. She completed her undergraduate studies at California State University San Marcos in 2007, receiving a Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Physical Education. After a brief hiatus from school, she attended the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences where she obtained a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2015.
Sondra has an extensive background in coaching volleyball, basketball, and softball from recreational youth teams to competitive high school and travel teams. This experience allows for additional insight into the demands on a student athlete from the player, parent, coach, and Physical Therapist perspective. She also has a special interest in Women’s Health, neurological and vestibular rehabilitation.
Grant received his Bachelor of Science in Business at Missouri State University in 2015. He then pursued his Associate of Applied Science as a Physical Therapists Assistant at Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, Missouri, completing that program in 2019. Prior to his career as a PTA, Grant played four years of D1 college baseball with Missouri State. He was drafted as a pitcher in the 10th round of the 2013 MLB draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. After two years of professional baseball, Grant completed his schooling while working as a pitching instructor at a training facility.