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AT&T Clinic Physical Therapists

Jenna Friel, DPT earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UCSF/ SFSU and her B.S. in Physiological Sciences from UCLA. As an orthopedic manual therapist, Jenna utilizes therapeutic exercise, functional training, and evidence-based practice to create individualized programs to help patients meet their goals. Her areas of expertise include return to sport training, injury prevention, and movement re-education for extremity and spine disorders. You’ll find her skiing in Tahoe on the weekends in the winter. Jenna also enjoys running, cycling, hiking, cooking, and rooting for the Giants.  

Holly Holton, DPT, received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Samuel Merritt University. She has been practicing for more than 10 years and is an expert at treating a variety of musculoskeletal diagnosis, her specialties include sports injuries and post-surgical patients. She has a holistic approach to treating her patients and uses a variety of techniques, including functional training and soft tissue mobilization to help her patients recover and regain function. She enjoys traveling, cooking, fishing and hiking. When she is not at work you can find her walking her dog Polly around the neighborhood. 

Maureen Lu DPT, OCS, CYT is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist. She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Miami and has experience treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and is committed to improving her patient’s quality of life. She believes in a holistic approach and incorporates manual, functional strengthening, and education components to address each individual’s needs. She is certified in Vinyasa and pre- and post-natal yoga, and is fluent in Spanish. Maureen enjoys practicing yoga, running, and traveling. 

Dustin Tom, DPT, received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine, San Diego. He enjoys treating a spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries ranging from orthopedics, sports and occupational/ergonomic related injuries of the spine and extremity dysfunctions. His treatment style is multimodal consisting of manual therapy combined with exercise, functional training, and readiness for sport. He enjoys running, basketball, baseball, tennis, weightlifting, yoga, and outdoor recreations including backpacking, hiking/mountaineering, and board sports. On the off hours, you can find him exploring the wild and shooting photography. Having experienced the patient side of rehab, he is dedicated to making people better.