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PT, CSCS, Owner, President
Jeremy has participated in sports and athletics throughout his life and with over 16 years of experience in physical therapy, he has achieved a variety of accomplishments in many different areas. He graduated from Cal State Long Beach in 1996 with a double Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy and Athletic Training. Jeremy has been the owner of CPRx, inc. for almost 10 years. His experiences and personal beliefs allow him to cultivate clinical settings focused on rehabilitation and conditioning with the ultimate goal of clients achieving their maximum potential. Customer service has always been his number one priority, as shown by the family-oriented environment and comfortable atmosphere that many clients have boasted about.

Jeremy maintains a high regard for professional development as he continues to attend various continuing education courses and is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and California Physical Therapy Association. Previous achievements include: certification as a strength and condition specialist, consultant in rehabilitation to the Great Britain Women’s Olympic sprint team, provider of physical therapy to the Beach Track organization in preparation for the 2004, 2008, and 2012 Olympic Trials, and extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of movement system syndromes.

Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family and maintaining a highly active lifestyle. He is the coach for his daughters’ soccer and track teams. He has been his age group winner in many half marathons and trail races.
PT, DPT, Clinical Director
Tami received her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from California State University, Long Beach in 1997. Her long list of academic achievements include: extensive training in the certification of orthopedic specialists, training in the diagnosis and treatment of movement impairment syndromes through Washington University in St. Louis, and training in the Stanley Paris manual therapeutic approaches to the spine and extremities, as well as various other continuing education courses. She has work experience in general orthopedics, sports injuries, wound care, industrial rehab, spine rehab, and hospital management. She recently returned to school and graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Western University in Pomona in 2008. She currently remains a consultant and guest lecturer for the diagnosis and treatment of wound care and orthopedic patients.

Through her extensive training, Tami applies her knowledge of anatomy, kinesiology, movement impairment syndromes, and tissue healing to thoroughly evaluate and prescribe an individualized treatment program in order to allow patients to achieve their goals. She also has interests in various treatment approaches to orthopedic and sport related injuries, including manual therapy and sport specific training.

Tami strives to provide quality patient care relying on evidence-based practice, alongside an excellent team of physical therapists and trainers at CPRx. She has been Clinical Director at CPRx since 2003. Outside of work she enjoys reading, recreational running and spending time with her family.
A native of Osaka, Japan, Dr. Maiko Morotani was educated in various parts of the world including Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan. After majoring in Biology at Grinnell College in Iowa, Maiko enrolled in Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the top-ranked Physical Therapy Programs in the country. Maiko was an all-around student in graduate school. She regularly helped athletes who played wheelchair sports including basketball, softball and tennis. She also volunteered as an assistant for Washington University’s “On the Move” program, an exercise program designed to help people who suffer from obesity. Her academic, cultural and clinical contributions were recognized when she received the coveted Director’s Award at graduation.

Maiko’s training under Dr. Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD, FAPTA, a pioneer in the field of Physical Therapy, is continually honed through her work alongside the excellent team of physical therapists and trainers at CPRx, Inc. Her impressive work as a physical therapist has led to several notable opportunities. She served as Dr. Sahrmann’s interpreter and guide when Dr. Sahrmann traveled to Japan to teach physical therapists there about the Movement Systems Impairment concept. Recently, Maiko has been asked to translate Dr. Sahrmann’s textbook, to be used by physical therapist and physical therapy students all over Japan.

Maiko continues to further her education by taking courses and attending various seminars. She is a board certified specialist in orthopaedic physical therapy and is a mentor to students and fellows in the Movement Science Fellowship Program. In her spare time, Maiko enjoys playing tennis and has won several singles tournaments in Long Beach.

Maiko’s dedication to the field of physical therapy extends beyond the clinic. Her knowledge of anatomy, and kinesiology, coupled with her compassion for patients, and her cheery sense of humor, makes her an excellent co-worker and therapist.

Cesar was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. After high school, he attended the University of Southern California, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. He then went on to pursue his physical therapy education at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the top ranked programs in the nation. He received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in May of 2004.

Since graduation from physical therapy school, Cesar has been very active in continuing his education and support for advancement of the profession. In 2006, he completed a yearlong course in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and in 2007, became a board certified clinical specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. In 2008, he was selected to be one of the first Fellows in the Sports Medicine/Physical Therapy program at Kaiser Permanente in Southern California. He plans to sit for the clinical specialist examination in Sports Physical Therapy in 2010. Cesar is also a certified First Responder by the American Red Cross and volunteers his services in high school athletics and local sporting events.

Outside of the physical therapy world, Cesar enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and being active with sports, exercise, and outdoor activities. He especially enjoys basketball, running, and swimming. Cesar is very excited and honored to be part of the excellent staff at CPRx and is also excited to serve the people of Los Alamitos and its surrounding communities. He promises to work hard to provide the best, most efficient, and most current evidence based care to his patients.
Erin is originally from Normal, Illinois where she has a long history in athletics, playing basketball, volleyball, and soccer. She then attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, where she was a member of the 2013 NCAA Division III women’s basketball national championship team, and graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish with a minor in Kinesiology. Erin attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the top ranked programs in the nation. She graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in May 2017.

Erin has worked in acute care, neurological and vestibular, sports and orthopedic settings. She held multiple leadership positions throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies, including organizing Mini Medical School programming to promote the field of physical therapy and planning a PT service trip to Guatemala. Erin assisted administrators to operate an exercise program providing a safe and comfortable environment for individuals suffering from obesity. In her last semester at Washington University, Erin was the recipient of the Steven J. Rose Diversity Scholarship.

Erin strives to combine her knowledge in kinesiology, anatomy, and the movement system with her experience in athletics and supportive personality to provide the best evidence-based care, focused on optimizing movement and instilling confidence in patients to improve their mobility, function, and overall health.

Beyond physical therapy, Erin enjoys being active and outdoors with her friends, family, and beagle. She loves hiking, travel, and staying active with basketball, beach volleyball, and recreational running. Erin is honored to be a member of the CPRx family and continue to provide patient-centered care to the community.
alison wiley
Alison Wiley is a recent graduate from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Concorde Career College in Garden Grove, California. She graduated with honors and acted as a Lamp Lighter during her time at Concorde, working as a student ambassador and representative of the PTA program. Alison has worked in a variety of settings in Orange County, including a skilled nursing facility and outpatient orthopedic clinics. She looks forward to continuing her education in Movement System Impairment concepts and manual therapy techniques.

Alison has a background in management and previously acted as store manager at retail stores in Orange County. She also had the opportunity to live in Beijing, China for two years while developing and training a new staff for a store there. Although not fluent in Mandarin Chinese, she loves to practice with anyone who is willing to chat. Alison has been dancing since the age of four and has experience in ballet, jazz, lyrical, and hip hop. While completing her bachelor’s degree at University of San Diego, she was a part of the competitive dance team, which regularly competed in dance competitions at the national level.

In her spare time, Alison loves to travel, read, and try new foods. Some highlights from her trips have been hiking the Great Wall, riding a camel in Petra, Jordan, swimming in the Dead Sea, and visiting the Louvre.


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