Lisa K. Ennis received her Bachelor’s of Science in Biomechanics from UC Davis in 1992. She received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Institute of Physical Therapy in 1996. She has practiced in outpatient orthopedics in the Temecula/Murrieta area for 18 years.
Lisa is most happy when treating orthopedic injuries with a particular fondness for lumbar spine, pelvis, and the lower extremity and even greater for running mechanics. She has spent time studying and treating those injuries associated with running and its demands. She and two Exercise Physiologists in town have developed their RunHealthy program which includes video analysis, rehabilitation, and performance training (flexibility, stabilization, strength, power) for runners. These runners can range anywhere from a new runner, the high school athlete, the recreational runner, to the seriously competitive runner. She also casts for those individuals who need foot orthotics, runner or not.
Lisa is a runner herself, so when not at work, you will find her either running or chasing one of her four boys!
Sarah Arnold received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Austin College in 2004. She then went on to receive her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University in 2010. Sarah has enjoyed working in the orthopedic setting, as well as participating in an Orthopedic Residency Program from which she graduated in 2011.
Sarah was Board Certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2012 and has specialized training in spine and vestibular dysfunction. Sarah enjoys playing soccer, running and cycling.
Robert is a proud veteran of the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne division. Soon after his military career, Robert attended Loma Linda University, where he went on to obtain his Physical Therapy Assistant Associate of Science degree.
Robert is a fan of all sports, particularly soccer and running. He has had numerous soccer related injuries that eventually forced him to hang up his cleats; however, these injuries eventually exposed him to PT as a patient. He enjoys integrating his past experiences as a patient into his treatments to optimize patient progress. Robert also appreciates watching the capabilities of the human body through sport and hands on while caring for his patients during the rehab process. As a licensed PTA, he brings a passion to his job and the efforts needed to help his patients reach their clinical and personal goals. Robert considers himself an avid learner; he is constantly refining his trade while learning new techniques and approaches to help his patients heal from injuries and regain function as fast and safely as possible.
Robert tries to live an active life style and when away from the clinic he can be seen working out at the gym, cycling, or spending time with his family at the park.