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New Physical Therapists Caring for the Community

Physical Therapy

HANFORD/SELMA/REEDLEY – Two physical therapists and a physical therapy assistant have joined the team caring for patients at Adventist Health / Central Valley Network.

Jamie Hutcherson cares for patients at Adventist Medical Centers in Hanford, Selma and Reedley. She has a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University, a master’s from University West Florida and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of the Pacific in Stockton. The Florida-native, who has three-years of physical therapy experience, was inspired to seek this profession after teaching yoga.

Kevin Tos cares for patients at Adventist Health / Physical Therapy in Hanford. The Hanford native earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University, Fresno, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Evidence in Motion. Tos has five years of physical therapy experience and enjoys interacting with people and helping them feel better.

Melissa Durst is a physical therapy assistant who cares for patients at Adventist Medical Center – Hanford. Durst is from Laton. She graduated from the physical therapy assistant program at College of the Sequoias in Visalia and plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree to become a physical therapist. She enjoys getting people back to their prior level of function so they can enjoy life.

More information about physical therapy services is available by calling 559-537-2240 or visiting www.AHPhysicalTherapy.com.