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Physical Therapists

Bevin Daniels, PT, DPT, OCS

Bevin Daniels is a physical therapist and a board certified orthopedic specialist. In orthopedic care, she has a particular focus on shoulder pathologies and thoracic outlet syndrome. She also has expertise in women's health, and has a special interest in urinary incontinence and pelvic pain in women. To help patients achieve their goals, her approach incorporates both manual therapy and therapeutic exercise.

In addition to caring for patients, Daniels is a volunteer instructor in the joint physical therapy program of UCSF and San Francisco State University.

Daniels received both her master's degree and her doctor of physical therapy degree from the joint program of UCSF and San Francisco State University.

Daniels is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She is active in her local APTA chapter.

Nikita Shah, PT, DPT, OCS

Nikita Shah is a physical therapist who specializes in orthopedics and women's health. Her experience includes treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction and providing musculoskeletal care for pregnant women and new mothers.

Shah earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Duke University. She then completed a residency in orthopedic physical therapy at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.

Ciel Yogis, PT, DPT

Ciel Yogis is a physical therapist who treats patients with bowel, bladder or sexual dysfunction, as well as orthopedic impairments. Her goal is to restore natural movement to the body through a holistic approach that incorporates her experience as a Pilates instructor.

Yogis helps patients individually to understand their own impairments from an anatomical and functional perspective, while also teaching them about the psychological components of their pain or dysfunction. Her treatment often includes education, behavioral modifications, traditional exercise and neuromuscular exercises, a method called Fascial Manipulation and other manual therapies, and mindfulness-based exercises.

Yogis earned her physical therapy doctorate from a joint program between San Francisco State University and UCSF. She is a certified Pilates instructor and a certified instructor in the MELT Method, which teaches individuals to relieve their own pain, stay healthy and reach physical goals.

Yogis is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and California Physical Therapy Association.