CALVIN L. LEFEBVRE, DPT, CSCS
Owner / Doctor of Physical Therapy
Calvin earned his Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in rehabilitation from Concordia University in 2004 and went on to obtain his certification in strength and conditioning in 2005. After several years of working as a Physical Therapy Aide, he returned to California State University at Long Beach to complete a Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2010. Then, in 2014, Calvin completed his graduate studies by achieving a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree through Massachusetts General Hospital.
During his training, Calvin completed a certificate course in Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation and underwent extensive instruction in hand therapy and splinting techniques. He is a member of the Sports and Orthopaedic sections of the American Physical Therapy Association and of the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
For the past several years Calvin has also specialized in sports performance training with both high school athletes and professional athletes from the PGA, NFL, MLB, ATP, USA Rugby and US Figure Skating Association (USFSA). He has immense experience in sport specific strength and conditioning and return to sport protocols following injury or surgery.
In his free time, Calvin trains for mountain bike races and also enjoys cycling, softball, snowboarding, and golfing.
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Katie graduated from Loma Linda University in 2014 with her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physical Therapy. She graduated with high honors and received the Excellence in Leadership Award. During her time at Loma Linda University she was the class representative for the California Physical Therapy Association (CPTA) and attended several conferences on behalf of her class. Prior to joining Performance PT, she experienced working as a Clinic Director specializing in orthopedic injuries and conditions.
Prior to furthering her education, Katie competed as a championship senior level pairs and singles figure skater. During her figure skating career, Katie coached Learn to Skate classes and worked as a Physical Therapy Aide. Enduring several serious injuries in her skating career provided inspiration to pursue the physical therapy profession. Katie currently volunteers as a United States Figure Skating (USFS) assessor for the S.T.A.R.S. program and has her regional appointment as a figure skating judge.
In her free time, Katie trains as a marathon runner, enjoys practicing yoga and spending time at the beach.