Progressive Physical Therapy - Palmdale was opened in 1989 by Michael Weinper, PT, DPT, MPH. We are one of the largest independent private practices in Los Angeles County. Our staff includes 4 licensed physical therapists that specialize in the areas of manual therapy, orthopedics, spine rehabilitation, work related injuries, sports injuries, pediatrics, neurological issues, vertigo, amputee care and conditioning.
Christine earned a Bachelor's of Science from California State University, Northridge and her certificate in Physical Therapy from CSUN/UCLA in 1981. She developed a specialty in neonatal and pediatric rehabilitation while at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in addition to rapidly advancing to Senior Therapist level. She joined Progressive Physical Therapy-Palmdale in 1989. Christine has numerous years of experience working with a variety of patient groups including cardiac rehabilitation, general medicine, acute/inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient neurology and orthopedics.
Nicole graduated with her doctorate in PT from CSUN in 2015. Her years playing soccer and dealing with subsequent injury lead her to pursue a profession in Physical Therapy. These same experiences have developed her love of manual therapy, orthopedics and sports rehab. Her warm and nurturing nature make her a perfect pediatric therapist and she has collected many baby hugs along the way from grateful infants and parents.
Jessica earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology, in 2007 and a Master's of Science degree in Physical Therapy, in 2011 from California State University, Northridge. Jessica's clinical interests lie in orthopedics, manual therapy, sports injuries and athletic training. Jessica also has experience ranging from pediatric torticollis to geriatrics. Jessica plans on furthering her education in Physical Therapy, by earning a Doctorate degree, with an emphasis on orthopedics and manual therapy.
Raymond Gray graduated from California State University, Northridge in 1982 and has worked the Antelope Valley in a variety of settings including acute and outpatient orthopedics. Ray established his own practice and worked for 17 years before semi- retiring. Not one to be inactive, he became involved with the Saddle Up Therapeutic Riding Stables 14 years ago and since then has become a certified hippotherapist as has now joined Progressive Physical Therapy as a physical therapist.