Pam Anderson is a Southern California resident who graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from CSULB in 1995. She has worked in Outpatient Orthopedics for nearly 20 years. Pam strengths include, but not limited to, manual therapy, posture, body mechanics and the integration of home programs for her patients in maintaining and improving their therapy progress. Coming from a sports background, Pam takes great pride in rehabbing sports injuries and surgeries to pre-injury status.

Pam has also worked several years in Pediatric Physical Therapy and has extensive experience in working with elderly to improve quality of life and perform daily life functions. Pam stays current in her physical therapy skills and assessment by taking continuing education courses on a yearly basis. Pam enjoys spending time with her family, watching and playing sports, hiking and fishing in the mountains, or hanging out at the beach.

Matt Sullivan graduated from University of Southern California in 2003 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. He has focused his career on working in orthopedic clinics at hospitals, as well as in privately owned Physical Therapy clinics. Matt has taken numerous continuing education courses in order to stay current with the latest advances in Physical Therapy. His treatment approach involves recovering mobility through manual therapy and applying the principles of therapeutic exercise and functional strengthening.

Matt understands the importance of staying fit and active throughout our lifespan and has had experiences with triathlons, rock climbing, mountain biking. Currently he is an avid swimmer.


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Michael Venegas graduated from the Western Institute of Neuromuscular Therapy in 2004. He received his Physical Therapist Assistant license in 2007 from Cerritos College in Cerritos, California. He currently works at Los Alamitos Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, in Los Alamitos, California, and has been a mainstay at the clinic for 18 years. He has experience working with athletes at various levels including high school, college and professional.

As a Massage Therapist, Mike is an essential part of our Train 2 Shape Program where he incorporates a variety of manual techniques which include Therapeutic, Orthopedic and Sports Massage as well as Trigger Point Therapy. Outside of the clinic, Michael has volunteered his massage services at the events such as the LA Marathon and the Multiple Sclerosis Ride.


Michael Quinn graduated from California State University Fullerton in 1997. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He was worked for Los Alamitos Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy since August of 1995. Michael earned his Physical Therapy Assistant license in June of 2002.


Michael has extensive experience in the area of strength and conditioning and has developed sport specific programs for high school, amateur, and professional athletes. Michael continues to develop his Manual Therapy techniques which include Strain/Counterstrain through the Jones Institute. 

Tim started as an aide at our clinic in 2007, following his graduation from Cal State Fullerton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In 2009, Tim completed the Cerritos College Physical Therapist Assistant program. He has since been an integral member of our clinics treatment team.


While at LAOSPT Tim has helped to treat a variety of orthopedic conditions, and he continues to learn and add to his base of knowledge in the field of Physical Therapy. Tim's other duties at the facility include the monthly ordering of treatment supplies as well as coordination the volunteer hours for students and prospective employees.