Dave Powers, PT, DPT, MBA
Dave has been a Physical Therapist for more than 30 years. He has graduate degrees in Management and Business and his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. He has extensive experience and training in management and leadership, yet has maintained his hands on clinical skills throughout his professional career, completing Kaiser's Advanced Orthopaedic Residency Program. Dave is also certified to do functional capacity evaluations.
Dave is presently the Owner and Chief Executive Officer for Camarillo Aquatics and Rehabilitation Services, LLC in Camarillo California. His clinic provides physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech pathology. His comprehensive rehabilitation programs cover services from pediatrics to geriatrics. He has integrated wellness and fitness programs into his clinic. Dave maintains a home physical therapy practice on the Westside of Los Angeles. He sees patients with mainly orthopaedic and neurological conditions. Dave is also Chief Executive Officer for Ultimate Rehab, LLC that is a health care consulting company specializing in Rehab Management and Practice.
Projects have been done for Acute Care Hospitals, Rehab Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Universities, Health clubs, Private Practices, Medical clinics, the State of California, the City of Los Angeles, the City of Monterey...etc. Dave has also consulted on more than 300 legal cases involving rehabilitation. He is a Rehab Advisor for CNA Insurance company out of Chicago, having worked on cases across the country. He has been an investigator for the State of California Licensing Board for the last 15 years.
Dave holds clinical faculty position at Mount St. Mary's College, where he teaches Health Care Administration for the graduate students. He has taught at Loma Linda University, Western University, California State University Northridge, University of Southern California and University of California Los Angeles School of Public Health. Dave has stayed actively involved in the American Physical Therapy Association and the rehab community, holding local, state and national offices.
Janey Troxell, PT, DPT
Janey Troxell received her Bachelor of Science in exercise science (with a minor in psychology) in 1998 and Doctoral of Physical Therapy in 2001, both from the University of Southern California.
Since she has graduated she has worked in all different aspects of physical therapy including outpatient neurological rehabilitation working with spinal cord injury, brain injury, and stroke patients; pediatric physical therapy providing early intervention care to babies and toddlers. But her primary focus has always been in outpatient orthopedics and aquatic therapy. She specializes in manual therapy techniques with particular interest on the spine and pelvis.
It is her philosophy that every patient needs to be evaluated and treated as an individual. Her focus is on communication and education to work with the patient and develop appropriate rehabilitation programs to help meet their personal goals.
Caleb Guevara, PT, ATC
Caleb Guevara earned his Masters in Physical Therapy from Andrews University in Dayton, Ohio and his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training from Westfield State University in Massachusetts. With more than 17 years experience working in sports and orthopedic rehabilitation Caleb puts a great emphasis on seeking the best methodologies and techniques to help his clients get results. Over the course of his career Caleb has treated hundreds of athletes of all levels of competition. Clients included professional baseball players, hockey, NCAA Division Two Men's and Women's Athletic Teams, bodybuilders, boxers, gymnasts, ballet dancers, triathletes, ultra runner and 2012 Ironman World Championship. Caleb served as lead therapist for a "Class A" professional baseball team The Dayton Dragons Cincinnati Reds in Dayton, Ohio. He is also experienced in hand therapy, aquatic rehab and pediatrics. Caleb is trained in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and he is the only Physical Therapist in Ventura and Santa Barbara County certified in Active Release Techniques (ART).
Caleb was born in New York City and raised in a farm in the tropical island of Puerto Rico where his parents still reside. He is fluent in both English and Spanish.
When he is not helping his clients meet their physical goals, Caleb enjoys photography, camping, backpacking, mountain and road cycling, surfing and running around training for his next marathon, triathlon or adventure race. He has completed 9 marathons including the Boston Marathon twice and a full Ironman. His next goal is to complete a 100-mile ultra-marathon next year. Caleb also has a passion for travel, having visited 44 countries in 5 continents and all 50 states except North Dakota.