OUR THERAPISTS :
TAYLOR MILLER, PT
Taylor Miller, PT is a physical therapy professional with over 28 years experience working with patients. He has completed extensive continuing education, including the full-year Kaiser Hayward Advanced Orthopedic Residency Program (1997).
In 1998, he achieved the status of Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. Taylor is also Full Body Certified in Active Release Techniques® and Level 3 Certified in Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT).
Taylor received a BS degree in Physical Therapy in 1991 from the University of Vermont and an MBA degree in 2001 from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Taylor enjoys running, swimming, cycling, and spending time with family.
JANEEN WALLACE, PT, DPT
Janeen Wallace, PT, DPT graduated with her doctorate in physical therapy from UC San Francisco and San Francisco State University. In 2017, Janeen completed the Kaiser Vallejo 6-month PNF program.
Janeen decided to pursue a career in physical therapy while running cross-country in high school and realizing the benefits of focused training on the human body. She continues to be inspired by its positive impact on the lives of her patients.
Janeen’s philosophy of care is to build strong relationships with her patients through open communication and mutual understanding to facilitate working as a team toward the patent’s goals.
In her spare time, Janeen enjoys distance running and has completed seven marathons, including the prestigious Boston marathon. She also enjoys downhill skiing, cycling, rock climbing, and travel.
NICOLE ROY, PT, DPT
Nicole graduated from Samuel Merritt University with her doctorate degree in physical therapy. She is originally from Missouri, where she earned her B.S. degree in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Missouri
Amy Chao, PT, DPT
Amy graduated from Mount Saint Mary's University in Los Angeles with her doctorate in physical therapy. She received a B.S. degree in Human Biology from UC San Diego.
Amy's philosophy is to provide individualized care to each of her patients, and to work as a team toward meaningful goals. She strives to provide each patient with the guidance and the tools necessary to restore function, optimize movement, and prevent future injuries.
In her spare time, Amy enjoys hiking with her dog, cooking, and spending time with family.