Dr. Anne LeMoine, PT, DPT, OCS
Dr. Anne LeMoine graduated from Whittier College with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology with an emphasis in PT in 2006, and from Azusa Pacific in 2008 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. In 2009, Dr. Anne LeMoine participated in the Fortanasce Orthopedic Residency Program, where she was mentored by Dr. Clare Frank. In 2010, Dr. LeMoine was certified as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS). In 2010, Dr. LeMoine also furthered her education, completing the Kaiser Permanente Movement Science Fellowship with educators Dr. Frank, Dr. Sharmann and other Kaiser Permanente and Washington University faculty.
In 2011, Dr. LeMoine was an assistant with Dr. Franks Movement Links series. She progressed her teaching experience as an adjunct faculty member at Azusa Pacific University, assisting with the education of the movement analysis, faults and coordination deficits portion in the Orthopedic section. She continues to progress her education and understanding of the musculoskeletal movement analysis through continuing education courses including Shirley Sarhmann’s lectures, Stuart McGill, and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) classes.
Dr. Anne LeMoine is currently a full time Physical Therapist with Kaiser Permanente South Bay California group. Currently, she provides clinical instruction to students, and leads the KP4Me group, a Physician and Physical Therapist co-treatment group that promotes early intervention to patients and collaboration among medical providers.
Dr. A. LeMoine has been a member of the APTA for 8 years. Dr. LeMoine was co-author of 2 published papers, as well as assisted in data collection of 3 others.
Dr. Anne LeMoine graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University in 2008. In 2009 she completed the Orthopedic Residency Program at Fortanasce & Associates, followed by the year long Kaiser Permanente Movement Science Fellowship in 2010. She was certified as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist in 2010.
Beginning in 2011, Dr. LeMoine began her teaching experience as an adjunct faculty member at Azusa Pacific University, where she continues to assist with the education of the movement analysis, faults and coordination deficits portion in the Orthopedic section. She also works as a full time Physical Therapist at Kaiser Permanente Long Beach. In her down time, she enjoys participating in triathlons, playing soccer and spending time with her family.