Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Pasadena offers a wide array of services from general therapy to specialty programs, with highly skilled and certified therapists. As part of patient-centered care, therapists perform comprehensive evaluations to determine appropriate treatment to individually address a patient's specific goals.
Please note that all patients under the age of 16 are required to be accompanied by an adult, adult family member or legal guardian during their treatment time.
Patients 16 years of age or older are required to be accompanied by an adult during their initial appointment for paper work and consent purposes. After the initial visit, adult supervision may no longer be required.
If an adult is not present with the patient as listed by our age requirements, the patient may be asked to be rescheduled.
Justin Howard, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS has his doctorate in physical therapy, completed the Memorial Hermann Ironman orthopedic residency program, and is dual board certified in orthopedic and sports physical therapy. He has also received advanced training in differential diagnosis, spinal and extremity manipulation and manual therapy. Justin enjoys return to sports rehabilitation of active populations 10 y/o and older for knee, spine and shoulder injuries.
Robin McGee, PT, who has a master’s in physical therapy, provides aquatic therapy, Graston Technique/IASTM and other services in the hip, knee and foot/ankle areas. In practice since 2002, she sees patients ages 10 and older.
Brian Morell, OTR, CHT has a Bachelor of Science in occupational therapy, is a certified occupational therapist and a certified hand therapist. In practice since 2001, he provides hand therapy, occupational therapy and Graston Technique/IASTM for patients ages 8 and older. He focuses on conditions of the neck/shoulder, elbow and hand/wrist.
Jennifer Setoudeh, PTA has an associate’s degree in applied science/physical therapy assistant and is a licensed physical therapist assistant. In practice since 2020, she provides orthopedic therapy for the hip, knee, foot and ankle areas.
Sarah Soluren, PT has a master’s degree in physical therapy. In addition to advanced training in differential diagnosis, she is certified in CPR and as a clinical instructor. She specializes in providing therapy for sports injuries, post-sports surgeries, spine dysfunctions and neuromuscular conditions. Sarah provides McKenzie Method, neurological rehabilitation and Graston Technique/IASTM, focusing on the thoracic/lumbar, knee, foot and ankle areas. In practice since 2004, she sees patients ages 8 and older and is available to schedule evening appointments in addition to regular clinic hours.
Clinton Wilmoth, DPT has a Bachelor of Science in cellular, molecular and physiological biology and a doctorate in physical therapy. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist and has completed advanced training in differential diagnosis. In practice since 2018, he specializes in concussion therapy and treats neck/shoulder, hip and knee conditions.
Jonathan Yancey, PT, DPT has his bachelors in fitness and human performance and a doctorate in physical therapy. He is board certified in physical therapy and specializes in orthopedic injuries and orthopedic related ailments for rehabilitation. In addition to orthopedic therapy, he provides vestibular therapy, sports related rehab, concussion therapy, and therapy for many other conditions. In practice since 2011, he sees adolescents and adults for rehabilitation.
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