Doug Christ, DPT
Doug completed his Doctorate Degree at Pacific University in Oregon in 2002. Doug has developed many core strengthening programs for spine and joint related injuries. Doug manages our Palo Cedro clinic and is an avid tri-athlete!
Traci Baseley, BS, PTA, CMT
Physical Therapy Assistant
A 1995 graduate of Anderson High School, Traci was a three sport athlete standing out in both soccer and Cross country. Traci continued to play soccer, along with rowing on the crew team, while on an athletic scholarship at Pacific Lutheran University in Washington. Traci moved back to the Shasta County area in 1999 after graduating as a physical therapy assistant (PTA) from Western Institute of Science and Health; Traci also carries a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. Traci spent the first five years of her working career at Redding Specialty Hospital, working into the position of lead assistant on the neuro floor, specializing in head and spinal cord injuries. Traci continued her working career in a outpatient setting pursuing her interest in orthopedics and manual therapy. In 2011, Traci was acknowledged by the American Physical Therapy Association for recognition in Advanced Proficiency for Musculoskeletal Treatments. Traci is a Certified Kinesio Tape Practitioner (CKTP) and certified in the Active Release Technique (ART). Traci is highly effective in combining her education and skills to assist in the treatment of the whole patient. Traci enjoys spending her spare time with her husband Gunnar and their twin daughters in a variety of outdoor adventures, including camping, skiing, biking, shooting sports, and running. Traci was born and raised in the Palo Cedro area and takes pride in her families homestead roots, often involved in the continued growth and betterment of our community.