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Our Therapy Team
We strive to provide optimal rehabilitation services, allowing individuals to achieve their full potential through functional gains. These services are performed with thought and skill through a knowledgeable, caring staff and state-of-the-art facilities. Each center is staffed with outstanding therapists, assistants, aides, and office personnel. Andrew Einhorn, PT, MA, Michael Mandas, PT and David Bradley MPT, have distinguished names in their profession. They motivate by example through strong leadership and vision. They hire for attitude and develop skilled employees. This philosophy makes up the core foundation of the organization. Positive outcomes and cost-containment for both patients and insurance payors is a strong desire at Einhorn, Mandas and Bradley Rehab Associates, Inc., in addition to producing profitable earnings for the company to ensure our longevity and growth in our community.

Mission Statement
Newport Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation Center provides the best in physical therapy, rehabilitation & personal training with massage and rehab therapies to athletes, sports injury & post surgical patients in the Orange County, Newport Beach, Southern California and surrounding areas.

Andrew R. Einhorn, PT, MA
Andrew R. Einhorn graduated from Children's Hospital School of Physical Therapy in 1981. He served as both the Assistant and Director at Southern California Center of Sports Medicine for 13 years. In 1992, he and his partner, Michael Mandas, PT formed Einhorn & Mandas Rehab Associates. They opened offices in Los Alamitos and Newport Beach, California. Einhorn has vast experience in Orthopedic and Sports Rehabilitation. He has devoted over 27 years of experience in the field of sports medicine, with considerable emphasis on high school athletics. For the past 21 years, he has volunteered his services at Pacifica High School as medical director. Einhorn has lectured across the county and has published several professional articles, with primary focus on the knee and shoulder. His professional training and dedication enables him to provide progressive Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Rehabilitation. Einhorn is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the American Trainers Association. He was named Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1993 and in May of 2004 he was presented the Gary Tuthill Memorial Trainers Award.
Michael Mandas, PT
Michael Mandas graduated with honors from California State University, Long Beach in 1979. He worked for a large medical center running the outpatient Orthopedic center for fourteen years. In 1993, he joined his partner Andrew R. Einhorn forming Einhorn and Mandas Rehab Associates. Offices include Los Alamitos Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy and Newport Physical Therapy. Mandas has spent the bulk of his career developing his orthopedic skills, with special emphasis in spinal rehabilitation. He has recently completed a year-long course in advanced orthopedic evaluation and treatment techniques. He has lectured on topics related to orthopedic physical therapy and has served as a consultant regarding ergonomics and injury prevention. Mandas has published articles in his field pertaining to spine and shoulder rehabilitation. His expertise in spinal rehabilitation emphasizes patient education and manual therapy techniques. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Private Practice Section of the APTA.
Jim Honda, PT
Jim Honda graduated from California State University Long Beach Physical Therapy Department in 1999. He has been a physical therapist at Los Alamitos Orthopeadic and Sports Physical Therapy since 2000. His treatment approach emphasizes biomechanics, therapeutic exercise and manual therapy.

Having competed in several marathons and triathlons since 1989, he understands the importance of biomechanics in sports activities. He has presented lectures on injury prevention to groups of fund-raising runners for both Leukemia Society and Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America since 2003. The majority of these runners have successfully completed marathons and half marathons.

He has trained and practiced manual therapy techniques extensively since 2001. Since 2004, he has served as a lab assistant for continuing education classes for physical therapists offered by the Jones Institute. He is bilingual in English and Japanese.

Laura Siemens, MA, PT
Laura Siemens graduated with honors from UCLA with BS in Kinesiology in 1976. She received a Master of Arts degree in physical therapy from Stanford University in 1980. She served as both staff physical therapist and clinical education coordinator for the UCLA Hospital and Clinics Outpatient Rehabilitation department for six years. She has over 25 years of combined orthopedic and sports medicine experience including five years with the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic as a spine specialist. She has lectured and assisted in numerous courses related to orthopedics including the Australian approach to spinal mobilization, spine stabilization training, and office ergonomics and seating. She has just completed a year long course in advanced orthopedic manual therapy and is preparing for the orthopedic specialist certification examination. She is a member of the Orthopedic Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Trisha Sasaki, BS, MS, PT, CPI
Trisha graduated from California State University, Long Beach in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology & Physical Education with emphasis in Exercise Science. She received a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College Graduate School of Health Sciences in 2002. She completed her clinical rotations at USC University Hospital and Barlow Respiratory Hospital before joining LAOSPT in 2002. Trisha was certified to teach Pilates by the Long Beach Dance Conditioning Advances in Teacher Training program in 2004 and incorporates the Pilates method for rehabilitation. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Pam Anderson, BS, PT
Pam Anderson is a Southern California resident who graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from CSULB in 1995. She has worked in Outpatient Orthopedics for nearly 20 years. Pam strengths include, but not limited to, manual therapy, posture, body mechanics and the integration of home programs for her patients in maintaining and improving their therapy progress. Coming from a sports background, Pam takes great pride in rehabbing sports injuries and surgeries to pre-injury status. Pam has also worked several years in Pediatric Physical Therapy and has extensive experience in working with elderly to improve quality of life and perform daily life functions. Pam stays current in her physical therapy skills and assessment by taking continuing education courses on a yearly basis. Pam enjoys spending time with her family, watching and playing sports, hiking and fishing in the mountains, or hanging out at the beach.
Matt Sullivan, BS, DPT
Matt Sullivan graduated in 2003 from University of Southern California Department of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He went immediately into Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. In 2009 he studied and participated in a 9 month manual therapy seminar course. Matt continues to incorporate those skills in his treatments. He believes restrictions in the joints and soft tissue must be addressed first; then the correct physical motion and strengthening can be applied to promote recovery. Matt understands the importance of being healthy and has trained and competed in mountain bike races. Also, he enjoys swimming on a regular basis. Matt has been employed with Los Alamitos Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy since 2013. He is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Michael Quinn, BS, PTA
Michael graduated from California State University, Fullerton in 1997. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He has worked for EMB rehab since August of 1995. Michael earned his Physical Therapy Assistant license in June of 2002. At LAOSPT, Michael has extensive experience in the area of strength and conditioning and has developed sport specific programs for high school, amateur and professional athletes. Michael continues to develop his Manual Therapy techniques which include Strain/Counterstrain through the Jones Institute.
Stephanie Blakely, PTA
Stephanie Blakely graduated from California State University, Dominguez Hills in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology. She continued her education at Cerritos College in the Physical Therapist Assistant program in 2001. Her introduction into the field of physical therapy started in 1998 at Los Alamitos Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. In 2007, Stephanie completed her Director of Aquatics certification from the United States Water Fitness Association. She has also volunteered her services at Pacifica High School for the women’s softball team. Stephanie is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Michael Venegas, PTA, NMT
Mike has been a member of the Los Alamitos staff since 2002. He earned his Massage Therapy certification at the Western Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy in 2004. As a Massage Therapist, Mike is an essential part of our Train 2 Shape Program where he incorporates a variety of manual technique’s which include Therapeutic, Orthopedic and Sports Massage as well as Trigger Point Therapy.

He has also volunteered his massage services at The LA Marathon and MS Ride. He has experience working with athletes at various levels including high school, college and professional. Mike graduated from the Cerritos College Physical Therapist Assistant Program in May 2007. He is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.

Tim Ankeny, PTA
Tim started as an aide at our clinic in 2007, following his graduation from Cal State Fullerton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In 2009, Tim completed the Cerritos College Physical Therapist Assistant program. He has since been an integral member of our clinics treatment team. While at LAOSPT Tim has helped to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions, and he continues to learn and add to his base of knowledge in the field of Physical Therapy. Tim’s other duties at the facility include the monthly ordering of treatment supplies as well as coordination the volunteer hours for students and prospective employees.
Jamelle Rodarte, Office Manager
Jamelle is the first and most important person you will see in the clinic. She manages our front desk operations. Jamelle has many years of experience in the field of billing, scheduling, and front office procedures. She will assist you in billing your insurance company, reviewing your policy benefits and the collection of your co-payments. She is happy to answer questions in the complicated world of insurance matters.
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