Jeffrey L. Fairley PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Jeff Fairley is the owner and principle treating therapist at The Body Center Physical Therapy.
Jeff holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science (’97) and a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (’00) both from University of Southern California. Jeff earned his board certification as a specialist in orthopaedic physical therapy in 2002, while completing the Kaiser Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency program. He continued additional post-graduate education in Manual Physical Therapy at the Kaiser Fellowship Program in Manual Therapy in 2003.
As a practicing physical therapist, Jeff has worked in a variety of settings including acute, cardiac, rehab but has concentrated on out-patient orthopedic and ambulatory neurological physical therapy. Comprehensive spinal care including manual joint mobilization, motor control re-education and reformer based pilates exercise training is the foundation of Jeff’s specialty. Pre- and post-operative rehabilitation of peripheral joints, utilizing a validated and reproducible clinical reasoning approach, are hallmarks of Jeff’s care. Jeff also runs the pelvic floor rehab program centered around a computer-based biofeedback system that assists in the restoration of pelvic muscle function and urinary continence.
Jeff is a self-described “foot nerd” who enjoys treating the often avoided and complicated area. From functional taping to custom orthotics, happy feet are seen leaving The Body Center after seeing Jeff. From head to toe and everywhere in between, Jeff has your patients covered.
Bekah M. Fairley, PT, MPT
Bekah Fairley is the co-owner and physical therapist at the Body Center Physical Therapy.
Bekah received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology/Physiology with a minor in Chemistry (’01) at Cal State Long Beach and a Master’s degree in Health Sciences (’04) at Western University. Bekah earned her board certification in strength and conditioning in 2002. Bekah is involved with all the day-to-day operations of the physical therapy clinic and Pilates Studio. She continues to use her specialization in strength and conditioning while treating patients with movement dysfunctions utilizing Pilates based approach.
Sara M. Jacobs PT, DPT, OCS
Sara Jacobs is a dedicated, organized and dependable team member at The Body Center Physical Therapy.
Sara was board certified in orthopedic physical therapy in 2006 and is a member of APTA. She began her schooling at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa where she received a Bachelor’s in Applied Health (’99) and Master’s in Physical Therapy (’04). She completed her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy (’08) at Western University in Pomona.
Sara has been a staff physical therapist at several clinics, where she often worked with patients who had work-related injuries, sports injuries, TMJ dysfunction, vestibular disorders, or neurological disorders. She has experience with clinical development and interviewing, training and supervising support staff. Sara has had clinical experience all over California, where she has learned everything from evaluating and treating pediatric patients with developmental delay and orthopedic issues to observing gait and posture for movement analysis.
Sara has a particularly high interest in hands-on physical therapy with post-professional courses in Australian physical therapy approaches as well as cutting edge course work in movement science and neuro-motor control-based interventions. Sara currently manages The Body Center support staff and is the clinical coordinator for physical therapy education at The Body Center.
Tara Abott, PT, DPT
Tara is a long-time local to the Pomona Valley, being born and raised within the local community. She became part of the Body Center PT team in September 2017, after working at several outpatient orthopedic clinics within other communities and wanted to be able to serve the community in which she now resides. She has had experience evaluating and treating various injuries varying between work-related injuries, sports, post-surgical, TMJ, and balance.
She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2013 from the University of St. Augustine, San Marcos in which she learned manual therapy approaches from various approaches like Paris, McKenzie, and Maitland. Within her first year of practicing, she attended an Orthopaedic Residency program that prepared her to sit for her specialty board, in which she became a board certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) in 2015. She is interested in expanding her knowledge within the functional screening approaches along with attending a fellowship. When not treating patients, you can find her trail running, hiking with her dogs, rock climbing…pretty much anything outdoors.
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