We are delighted to introduce our team to you. We share one common passion: Our dedication to making your experience the most positive one possible
alt text Nupur received her Physical Therapy degree from MS University in 1989. Nupur has been a practicing Physical Therapy for over 30 years, working in almost all Physical Therapy settings, from acute care hospitals, rehabilitation/physical medicine facilities, to outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine facilities. She founded Proactive Physical Therapy in 2007 with the ultimate goal of providing “Compassionate Care with Outstanding Results”. She uses her Advanced Manual Therapy Skills, Patient Education and Electrotherapy for tissue healing as her guiding principles for all musculoskeletal injuries. She teaches her patients Ergonomics and Postural alignment for the workplace and home. She utilizes a holistic approach to patient care and is highly influenced by her extensive yoga practice and knowledge in her treatment approach. She emphasizes the same approach for breath control, postural alignment, and flexibility in designing a personalized care plan for her patients. She is a Certified Yoga Instructor (CYI) as well as a certified Clinical Instructor (CI) to train and mentor student physical therapists. She continues to advance her knowledge though continuing education, keeping up with evidence based physical therapy practices through attending conferences, seminars and keeping up with current research. Recently, her clinical case study “Effects of multi-modal therapy involving spinal mobilization and core muscle activation to improve functional outcomes and decrease musculoskeletal pain” was accepted at the annual California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) conference in 2018. Her passion for physical therapy and patient care comes through from the moment you meet her. She is an avid hiker, loves biking with her husband, and spending time with her two kids.

Nupur Oza-Licensed Physical Therapist (PT), Director of PT

Nibha received her Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT) from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions in Boston, MA. She has extensive experience both outpatient and inpatient settings. She has treated patients with chronic pain conditions, pre and post operative care, postural dysfunctions, repetitive stress injuries, low back pain and neck pain, just to name a few. Nibha is dedicated to evidence-based practice for optimal patient care. She believes in treating the body as a whole and not just treating a given injury. She is extremely compassionate about her work and a strong believer in “mind over matter”. When she is not working, Nibha enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is always looking for ways to further education and to stay current with ongoing physical therapy research.

Nibha-Licensed Physical Therapist (PT)

alt text Akanksha has been practicing Physical Therapy with experience of more than 3 years as an Outpatient Physical Therapist. She received her Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology from Texas A&M. She is a certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS) with the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT) with the Northern American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) as well as a Certified Clinical Instructor (CI) with APTA. She has also completed the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) course for performing movement screening. She has experience in treating wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. She enjoys working with patients and believes in examining and treating the associated dysfunctions with the injury. She is interested in Racquet sports and was part of sports program development for Tennis with Medstar sports medicine. She is currently pursuing a Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy through the Northern American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) which helps her to constantly update and improve patient care. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys painting and hiking.

Akanksha Sojitra-PT, OCS, CMPT (PT)

alt text Lenaisa was born and raised in the Philippines. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science majoring in Visual Basic and Java program in 2004. Additionally, she is also a Certified Nursing Assistant as well as Medical Billing and Coding. She has worked with autistic patients and in-home patients in a facility setting. With more than 7 years of experience in healthcare and working in the billing and coding sectors, she makes the patient’s needs her priority and assists in whatever questions or concerns they may have with treatment. In her free time, she loves to cook, travel, spend time with family and friends, and learn about different cultures and cuisines.

Lenaisa-Front Desk Manager

alt text Corey Ho is a student at San Jose State University studying Kinesiology. An aspiring physical therapist, he is passionate about sports and fitness. Corey is a scholar athlete, playing rugby for SJSU and recreational basketball in his free time.

Corey-PT Aide

alt text Chau is graduated from San Francisco State University in May 2016 with a Kinesiology degree emphasizing in Physiology of Fitness. She has worked with many different demographics of patients in hospital and outpatient settings helping motivate them to getting stronger and more confident in their movements. Her passion is geared towards holistic health where understanding how the mind and body can work harmoniously together to improve each individual’s quality of life after an injury.

Chau-PT Aide

 

How we’re different

Our motto is “Compassionate Care. Outstanding Results.” This defines how we operate.
  • We offer the personalized care you expect. We deliver the results you need.
  • We strive to make the entire process as pleasant as possible. Our care begins from your first inquiry about us, whether it is about insurance coverage or understanding the PT process and lasts through your final visit. And beyond, with education and take-home guidance.
  • We support our community, especially through our involvement with Second Harvest food banks; Fremont High School funding; Maitri counseling for vulnerable women. We have greatly benefited from the wonderful community which we serve. We feel we owe something in return.

Our Principles

  • We exist because of our patients.
  • We exist because of our Team members.
  • We need to serve our community because healthy communities are vital to our future.
  • Be fair in our business dealings.
     

Research paper on Effects of multi-modal therapy involving spinal mobilization and core muscle activation to improve functional outcomes and decrease musculoskeletal pain