Our staff in order from left to right:
- Hristo Giannoulis, Physical Therapy aide
- Michele Rebozzi, DPT, OCS, Physical Therapist
- Brandy Still, Front Desk Receptionist
- Chris Patterson, DPT, OCS, Physical Therapist
- Annie Jovellanos, Physical Therapy Aide
- Mark Baker, DPT, OCS, Owner, Physical Therapist
- Cecilia Mah, Physical Therapy aide
- Cassie Wigboldy, DPT, Physical Therapist
- Madelyn Zaragoza, Physical Therapy Aide
- Erin Bond, DPT, Physical Therapist
- Mireille Bergstrand, Office Manager
Mark Baker, PT, DPT, OCS
Dr. Baker, Owner of Covina Hills Sports Medicine, received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from California State University Long Beach in 1987. He continued his education, receiving a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University in 2004. Dr. Baker is also a board certified Orthopedic Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Performing Arts Special Interest Group of the Orthopedic Section of the APTA as well as being a credentialed clinical instructor. He serves as the company physical therapist for the Inland Pacific Ballet. Dr. Baker has taught extensively including courses on advances in back rehabilitation throughout the country and serves as adjunct faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy at Azusa Pacific University.
Christopher Patterson, PT, DPT, OCS
A southern California native, Dr. Patterson was born and raised in nearby Orange County. After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Arizona State University, he went on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. His doctoral research and thesis focused on the cardiovascular effects of isometric exercise on patients with diabetes. Since receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, he has continued to deepen and refine his skills working with a variety of orthopedic, spine, and sport related injuries as well as specializing in the treatment of the shoulder and lumbar spine. Dr. Patterson has developed a continuing education course on the biomechanics of throwing and has lectured at local universities on the evaluation and treatment of shoulder injuries in pitchers. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and Orthopedic Section of the APTA and has earned his board-certification as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. Dr. Patterson is currently serving as full time faculty in the Department of Physical Therapy at Azusa Pacific University and is pursuing his PhD in Physical Therapy Science at Loma Linda University. In his free time, Dr. Patterson enjoys woodworking, hiking with his dogs, and spending time with his family.
Michele Rebozzi, PT, DPT, OCS
Dr. Rebozzi was born and raised in San Jose, CA. She received her B.S. in Kinesiology from Fresno Pacific University. During her time at FPU, she was a part of the women’s basketball team and earned recognition of NAIA scholar athlete. She went on to complete her studies at Azusa Pacific University, where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. While in graduate school, she participated in research investigating common musculoskeletal impairments of active SWAT members. Dr. Rebozzi stays active in the community by coaching with a local girls’ basketball club, as well as educating sports teams, clubs and gyms on biomechanics and injury prevention. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and her professional interests include orthopedics, sports rehab, injury prevention, and strength and conditioning. In her free time, Dr. Rebozzi enjoys spending time and laughing with family and friends and being outdoors.
Cassie Wigboldy PT, DPT,
Dr. Wigboldy grew up in Cypress, CA and attended San Diego State University where she received her B.S. in Kinesiology. She went on to complete her studies at Azusa Pacific University to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Her doctorate capstone focused on the effects of scapulothoracic muscle strengthening on medial epicondylitis. Dr. Wigboldy is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and has special interest in sports rehab, general orthopedic, balance, and fall prevention. In her free time, Dr. Wigboldy enjoys hiking, playing soccer, and relaxing with her husband and family.
Erin Bond, PT, DPT
Dr. Bond grew up in Long Beach, CA and attended Azusa Pacific University on academic and athletic scholarship. She went on to complete her studies at Azusa Pacific University, where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She participated in research investigating various assessment methods of lumbar stabilization strength assessment. Since graduating she has continued to participate in competitive softball. Dr. Bond is a credentialed clinical Instructor and an active member of the Sports section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). In her free time, Dr. Bond enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and family.