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Coast Physical Therapy is located inside The Terraces 1st Level. It is owned and operated by Dr. Martyne Beth Bonzo, a licensed physical therapist. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association as well as the California Physical Therapy Association. Each member of the clinical staff is licensed by the California board of physical therapy resulting in quality care. Our facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and modalities. We strive to give each patient individualized treatment based on their rehabilitation goals.
Physical therapy is a non-surgical treatment that helps you recover the use of joints and muscles through targeted, specialized strength and movement training and education. Physical therapy can reduce pain, promote healing, and restore function and movement. The goal of physical therapy is the recovery of strength and mobility so you can return to normal activity. Employing evidence-based, non-surgical treatments interventions, our therapists treat a variety of conditions.
Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Knee Pain, Shoulder Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Arthritis, Tendinitis, Fractures and Breaks, Spinal Disk Problems, Chronic Headaches, Sports-Related Injuries, Degenerative Disk and Joint Disease of the Spine, Muscle Tendon and Ligament Tears, Bursitis, Joint Inflammation, Strains and Sprains, Myofascial Pain of the Back or Neck, Post-Surgical Rehabilitation, Work Related Injuries, Personal Injuries, Auto Accident (lien accepted).
Uses sound waves to create deep heat in soft tissues such as muscle, tendons and ligaments. It increases circulation and speeds the healing process. Ultrasound can also be used to decrease pain, decrease muscle spasms and reduce swelling.
Increases the production of ATP resulting in an increase of cellular activity and faster healing. Cold Laser /Light Therapy has been approved by the FDA as a noninvasive alternative to surgery. Some common diagnosis treated with light therapy are plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, peripheral vascular disease, arthritis, back pain, and post-surgical healing.
Is a new and innovative way for the physical therapist to deliver heat or cold combined with electrical stimulation and massage at the same time. Electrical stimulation and Cold therapy can be combined and is a safe and effective way to treat muscle spasms, decrease pain, swelling, treat acute injuries and chronic pain. Heat Therapy helps to relax muscles, heat fascia and soft tissues.
Focuses on restoring strength, endurance, flexibility, stability and balance. The goal of therapeutic exercise is to return an injured patient to previous functional level. Therapeutic exercise not only optimizes the function of muscles, bones, and joints, it also improves mental health. Exercise reduces the risk of premature mortality, coronary heart disease, hypertension and diabetes mellitus.
Therapy techniques are skilled passive movements of joints and soft tissue. The therapy is intended to improve tissue extensibility; increase range of motion; induce relaxation; mobilize or manipulate soft tissue and joints; modulate pain; and reduce soft tissue swelling, inflammation, or restriction. Techniques may include manual lymphatic drainage, manual traction, massage, mobilization / manipulation, and passive range of motion.
Is a treatment specifically tailored for hand and upper extremity injuries and post operative procedures as well as treating: Broken bones or other injuries from falls, limitations following a stroke or heart attack, arthritic pain, sports injuries or accidents, upper extremity strains / sprains, overuse syndromes or injuries (such as carpal tunnel syndrome) upper extremity post-surgical, rehabilitation, tendinitis and many other conditions.
Graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Kentucky in 1998 with a Bachelors in Health Science and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy. She went on to complete her doctorate degree from the University of St. Augustine in Florida, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Beth has worked as a rural physical therapy provider for the Kleinert Hand Institute in Kentucky and has a strong background in shoulder and upper extremity physical therapy. In 2007, she took a position as a military contractor, where she worked to rehabilitate Army Rangers, Paratroopers, Special Ops Soldiers and Air Force Pilots. Dr. Beth has worked closely with orthopedic surgeons and has served on two orthopedic teams, writing post-surgical rehab protocols. Dr. Beth has worked to rehabilitate children and youth as well as men and women in a wide range of physically demanding careers including Athletes, Fireman, Nurses, Longshoremen, Teachers, Doctors, Law Enforcement Officials and the list goes on. Dr. Beth is a member of the California Physical Therapy Association and the American Physical Therapy Association.
We have a new Phycial Therapist Karen Garrett, PT, DPT, MCMT, CFMT
RALPH TAMAYO, PTA
CRAIG KOJIMA, PTA
We have all been deeply saddened by the tragic loss of Dr. Beth. She is still in our loving and warm-hearted memory. Her legacy lives on with her at Coast Physical Therapy practice. Dr. Karen Garrett has taken the helm at Coast Physical Therapy; providing leadership and individual treatment plans. Ralph Tamayo, PTA, and Craig Kojima, PTA masterfully provide manual physical therapy. Christina provides therapeutic massage as well as supporting both Ralph and Craig. Mayan and Gabriel are also part of the team in administering Laser/Light Therapy, Thermo-Stim Probe, and Electrical Stimulation. When you arrive, you are warmly welcomed by sisters Alex and/or Georgina with a big smile and a friendly hello. You are treated like caring good friends and family. You always feel welcomed.
With the Corona Virus, Coast Physical Therapy takes exceptional steps in keeping their facilities cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized for the health and safety of their team and patients making it their top priority. Coast Physical Therapy perform a screening process by checking individual’s temperature for a fever on their employees and every patient prior to treatment. Everyone is required to wear a face mask for protection from Covid-19. The Coast team consistently sanitized after every use of their equipment and therapy tables. Their level of cleanliness and disinfection practice is better than most hospitals. For me, I have an improved quality of life. Being close to eighty years old, I have been diagnosed with a herniated disc in my lower back, along with degenerative arthritis and stenosis. Both knees have torn meniscus, as well as having Type II diabetes. Instead of surgery, my doctor sent me to Coast Physical Therapy. Today I do not require surgery. My strength, stamina, and energy level have been restored. I no longer have diabetes since my A1C is back in the normal range. I no longer require insulin shots or need to take diabetes medication. For years, I had been taking twelve different prescriptions and now with the improvements in my physical condition I only need two prescriptions. Another benefit of my going to Coast, I have lost over thirty pounds. My quality of life has greatly improved allowing me to take walks with my wife every day. I am sure one could find other good physical therapy places but why not go to the best. Trust me.
Is your pain making it hard for you to concentrate?
Are you hoping it will just go away but it's still hurting you?
If you answered “Yes” to any of those three questions, please contact us to make an appointment. The Physical Therapist will evaluate you and layout a customized plan. The Physical Therapist will work with you personally to optimize your outcome,
Feel free to fax your doctors referral
28901 South Western Ave Suite 103 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
08:00 am – 06:00 pm
Mon-Thur: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 2pm