Charmaine Clamor, MPT
Mae Murakami, DPT.
Olga Bakun, DPT
Physical therapists are health care professionals who diagnose and treat individuals of all ages, from newborns to the very oldest, who have medical problems or other health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.
General physical therapy: Helps with any joint pain such as low back, neck, shoulder and others, balance problems, walking difficulties, and other every day function.
Women physical therapy: We have pelvic floor physical therapists who specialize in women’s health conditions such as pain during pregnancy, pelvic pain, post-natal or after childbirth screening and training, leaking (urine or stool), painful menstruation, painful breasts during breastfeeding.
Charmaine Clamor has been a licensed physical therapist since 2000, with experience in acute, ICU, inpatient, neurology, rehab, outpatient, aquatic, women's health, pediatrics and home health. For seven years, she was the supervisor of an outpatient orthopedic facility in downtown Los Angeles. Charmaine focuses on women's health, particularly pelvic floor rehabilitation. Charmaine takes pride in her holistic approach, advocating for non-invasive treatments that encourage the body to heal organically and naturally. She incorporates Reiki, principles of yoga, mindfulness meditation, Alexander Technique, fascia work, movement impairment analysis and nutrition in her treatment approach-- along with evidence-based medicine, creating a powerful wellness program.
Olga Bakun received her doctorate in physical therapy from Columbia University in 2016 with a focus in adult neurorehabilitation. During this time, she lead a project in designing exercise programs for patients with Huntington's Disease, volunteered with New-York Presbyterian hospital, and interned in orthopedic rehabilitation in Manhattan as well as Istituto Prosperius neurorehabilitation hospital in Umbria, Italy.
Since moving to Los Angeles in July, she has enjoyed getting to know the locals and discovering new foods, beaches, and museums. Outside of eating, her interests include playing guitar and painting on the weekends.