Foothill Ranch Team


Curtis Zakhar, PT, DPT

Clinical Director & Doctor of Physical Therapy

Curtis received his Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of California, Irvine in 2009 and then his Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2012 from Western University of Health Sciences. As part of his graduate course work, Curtis completed clinical rotations in an orthopedic outpatient setting working with patients of various ages, injuries, and ability levels including Olympic athletes. He also gained experience working inpatient rehabilitation at Saddleback Hospital in Laguna Hills. During this time, Curtis was present during numerous orthopedic surgeries including shoulder and hand repairs as well as total knee and hip replacements.

Curtis personalizes plan of care specific to his patients and uses a variety of techniques acquired through his education and experience in clinics over the last six years. He focuses on manual therapy and progressive exercise while implementing current techniques as recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association.


Patrick Kuboyama, PTA

Physical Therapy Assistant

Patrick received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Cal Poly Pomona. After working in the public sector for several years, Patrick decided to pursue a career in Physical Therapy. In 2020, Patrick graduated from Stanbridge University completing the Physical Therapist Assistant Program. Patrick has gained clinical experience working in outpatient orthopedic settings, skilled nursing facilities, and home health PT. Patrick continues to learn new skills and techniques through continued education courses to further benefit patients.  In his free time, Patrick enjoys playing golf, rock climbing, finding new hole-in-the-wall food places to eat, and going camping.


Janie Alvarado

Patient Care Coordinator

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