CHARMAINE CLAMOR MPT
Charmaine Clamor received her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from California State University Northridge in 2001 and began her career at Northridge Hospital Medical Center (NHMC), where she had extensive experience in ICU, rehab, outpatient, pediatrics, brain injury day care program and acute. During her tenure there, Charmaine taught student therapists, received training in manual therapy from the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, and was introduced to movement impairment-syndrome-based therapy, as taught by Shirley Sahrmann (and fell in love with it).
For eight years Charmaine was the supervisor at Southern California Medical Group, an outpatient orthopedic facility, where she developed a work conditioning/hardening program, along with ergonomic assessment and physical capacity testing.
When she's not practicing physical therapy, Charmaine is an international performing artist celebrated as the creator of a new musical genre called “jazzipino,” blending jazz and her native Filipino culture. She and her husband live in Hollywood, where they cultivate an organic vegetable garden.