Staff

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Noe is a Kamehameha graduate and an All-Conference soccer player for Willamette University from 1991-1995. At Willamette she began her training as an athletic trainer and graduated with a degree in exercise science and sports medicine. Noe then attended graduate school in Groningen, The Netherlands for two years of hands-on, rigorous training in joint mobilization and soft tissue massage.

Noe returned home to the islands and has practiced locally since 1999. She has earned post-graduate certification in Australian Maitland manual therapy technique.

Outside of the clinic, Noe can be found surfing at Bowls or hanging out with her sons.

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Bart has been practicing since 1998. Prior to 2000, he lived in Missoula, Montana where he treated high school and college level athletes at Northern Rockies Rehabilitation and Athletic Training Center. He was an All-Conference football player for Willamette University from 1988-1991, worked on his Master’s degree in exercise physiology at Oregon State University, and earned his graduate degree in Physical Therapy in Groningen.

Bart received his manual therapy certification from the Canadian based North American Institute of Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).

When not in the clinic (which is more often than Noe would like), Bart spends his time surfing, running, coaching and traveling to surf, ski, and snowboard with his wife and two boys.

 

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David received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of Hawaii and Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from New York University. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  His focus includes orthopedic manual therapy, rehab of orthopedic and sports injuries, and strength and conditioning.

In his free time he enjoys practicing martial arts and has competed locally and nationally in kickboxing and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. When not applying submission holds to opponents, he likes to read, surf, learn new things, geek out over coffee brewing, and eat different cuisines from around the world (except insects).

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Taryn grew up in Maui, graduated from Maui High where she played soccer and basketball.  She played soccer for UH, earning first team WAC Honors in 2006 – 2008 and WAC player of the year in 2008.  Taryn is fourth in career goals scored.

After winning “Office Manager of the Year” in 2012, Taryn left for New York, returning in 2012 with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.  She brings her motto of “always look to score” back to Fysio.  In her free time, Taryn runs, surfs, and shops.

Taryn has been practicing since 1998. Prior to 2000, he lived in Missoula, Montana where he treated high school and college level athletes at Northern Rockies Rehabilitation and Athletic Training Center. He was an All-Conference football player for Willamette University from 1988-1991, worked on his Master’s degree in exercise physiology at Oregon State University, and earned his graduate degree in Physical Therapy in Groningen.