COMPREHENSIVE THERAPEUTICS, INC
Scott, Arlene & John
would like to acknowledge the following staff members for their dedication to our group.
The following staff members were hired in the months between January and July
Beatriz 20 years Tatiana 16 years
Sonia 10 years Scooter 11 years Brigido 3 years
Yaneth 1 year Alex 4 months
Bachelors of Science, CSUN
Certificate in PT CSUN/UCLA, Hospital and Clinics
Continuing Education Completed:
Hello, my name is Arlene Alstadt, I am a physical therapy assistadt (P.T.A) My husband, Scott Alsdtadt, and I have created this practice and truly enjoy helping our community. I have been practicing physical therapy (P.T.) since June of 1979, my experience has been in acute care in hospitals, I did that for 5 years and then joined Scott in private practive, for the past 31 years.
My interests are in outpatient care: Orthopedic and soft tissue injuries and dysfunctions, people with balance difficulties and improving people's functions for a better living. I also created our Aquatic Therapy Program (pool therapy) and we have had that service snce 1997. I was inspired by a course I took that was presented by the Arthritis Foundation. In 1998 I took a course in Pilates and became certified.
Through the years I have continued to participate in continuing education courses and have incorporated those techniques into my practice as a PTA.
Hello my name is John Stammer, I've been practicing for more than 30 years. Prior to physical therapy matriculated at Arizona State University with a degree in agriculture chemistry. I continued my studies in physical therapy at CSUN, Graduated Magna Cum Laude 1978.
My experience in hospital surgical technician led me to the field of physical therapy.
My interest in physical therapy are orthopedic and spinal care. My interest in orthopedics began with sports medicine while working at Kerlan-Jobe Clinic for 5 years. My interests in helping led me in a peace core advisor in 1987 in Micronesia. Aside from being a Physical Therapist I enjoy Bonsai farming and Coy fish farming.