Dr. Lawrence D. Dorr, MD
Dr. Dorr is a professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Keck School Medicine at USC and the Founder and Medical Director of The Arthritis Institute. An International speaker and writer, he is the founding editor of the Journal of Anthroplasty, former editor-in-chief of Techniques in Orthopaedics, and serves on the editorial boards of several prominent Journals. Honored as one of the Best Doctors in America for the past eight years. Dr. Dorr received his medical degree from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine.
Sean Hampton, DPT
Sean received his Master's of Physical Therapy degree from Mount St. Mary's College in Brentwood, California in 1993 and has worked in the orthopedic, sports, spine and chronic pain settings. While working at the Physical Rehabilitation Dept. at UCLA, he was able to see some of the most complex and interesting patients to help him expand his knowledge and clinical reasoning skills in physical therapy. He stayed at UCLA for 3 years and then left to open ADI REHAB, INC. in the hope that he and his colleagues could help people achieve bigger goals.
Nancy Carney, OTR/L
Nancy is the Director of Rehabilitation for Shriners Hospitals for Children in Southern California and Division of Medical Informatics and Outcomes Research at Oregon Health Sciences University. "We have found that when using the Grip-n-Assist Gait Belt, it is easier to control trunk position, and balance in Neuro-pediatric patients for rehabilitation and mobility. The versatility of the strap placement is helpful and provides added support and security during gait and mobility activities."
Dr. Joshua Clare, DPT-CSCS
Dr. Clare graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2006 with a B.S. in Kinesiology, and in 2009 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He has been practicing in sports medicine and orthopedics for 5 years and has been able to work with some of the world’s best collegiate, Olympic, and professional athletes. He has also been practicing in home care physical therapy assisting mainly geriatric patients improve mobility and safety. Over the years, Josh has taken a number of advanced training courses ranging from treatment of athletic injuries, human biomechanics, and advanced physical therapy treatment of the spine.
Kristi Immitt, OTR, CIMI - IBITA Certified
Kristi M. Immitt, O.T.R, CIMI, C/IBITA, is a graduate of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and has 18 years of experience working with children and adults with neuromotor disorders. She is certified through the International Bobath Instructors Trainers Association in Neuro Development Treatment (NDT) with adults. Kristi first became certified in Hippotherapy by The National Association of Riding for the Handicapped (NARHA) in 2001. She became certified in Hippotherapy with the American Hippotherapy Association (AHA) in 2015. Kristi is a member of the American hippotherapy Association (AHA), Path, Intl., and The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and is currently, Supervising Therapist at Equest in Wylie and Equest at The Texas Horse Park in Dallas, Texas. Kristi has incorporated the 3-dimensional movement of the horse (Hippotherapy) in her treatment since 2002. In addition to providing therapy services at Equest, Kristi has a private practice, is a certified infant massage instructor and has previous experience in outpatient neuro-rehabilitation and neonatal treatment in the NICU from 2004 to 2014. When she’s not providing Occupational Therapy services or hanging out at the barn, Kristi enjoys time with her husband and three children, traveling, horseback riding and running.