Lindsay Young, MPT.
A native of Fresno, Lindsay received her B.S. in Neurophysiology and Behavior at UC Davis and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master’s in Physical Therapy at CSU Fresno. She has had training in various orthopedic and neurological disorders among a variety of patient populations. Currently, Lindsay has implemented a balance training and fall prevention program targeting those at risk for falls in our community as well as an independent gym program offered to patients for overall fitness and wellness. She has over 15 years of experience treating a variety of orthopedic conditions as well as vestibular dysfunctions such as Vertigo. She is also a long-standing member of the APTA and Orthopedics section, as well as a Credentialed Clinical Instructor. Lindsay recently received certification in Kinesiology taping for both the adult and pediatric population. Outside of the office, Lindsay spends time diligently training her young, energetic Siberian Husky. In her free time, she enjoys tennis, golf, pickleball, snowboarding and hiking.
Angela Corchado, MPT.
A native to Fresno, Angela received her Bachelor’s Degree from CSU, Fresno in Interdisciplinary Health and Human Services in 2008. She then received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from CSU, Sacramento in 2010. She returned to Fresno thereafter, and has been working in the outpatient Orthopedic setting. She has experience working with people who have Orthopedic spine, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle, and/or foot disorders. Angela loves developing treatment programs for patients with balance and gait dysfunction. Angela has worked with patients of all ages, ranging from pediatric to geriatric patients. In her free time, Angela enjoys spending time with her husband and their two children. They are an active family; when they aren’t leading others in exercise classes they can often be found running and hiking together!
Susan Brundage, DPT.
Since receiving her Master’s of Physical Therapy from the University of Evansville in 2003, Susan has been treating a wide range of patient populations primarily in the outpatient orthopaedic setting. In 2012, Susan became a Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. Throughout her career, she has focused on providing hands-on care that addresses each patient’s specific needs and activity goals. In an effort to improve her manual skills, she returned to the classroom and received a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certification in Manual Physical Therapy in 2013. Education is a large part of Susan’s practice and she delights in educating patients, aides, students, and the public on the profession of physical therapy and orthopedic conditions. She has been a Credentialed Clinical Instructor for several years and has served as core faculty in a Physical Therapist Assistant program. When not treating patients, Susan enjoys watching Cubs baseball, traveling to new places, knitting and crocheting for charity, and trying new restaurants.
Lorena Dahlberg, PTA.
Lorena has been a part of our Optimal Rehab family since 2010 as she worked as a physical therapy aide in our outpatient clinics. She attended The College of the Sequoias in Visalia, CA and received her Physical Therapy Assistant license in 2014. Over the past years, Lorena has diversified her clinical skills in the outpatient orthopedic and skilled nursing settings. With her knowledge in strength training and manual therapy, combined with her natural compassion for helping others, Lorena has proven to be an integral member of our Optimal team.