Project Description

Eddie Lind, PT, DPT
Injury Specialist

Dr. Eddie Lind, DPT was born and raised in Westlake Village, CA. He grew up playing basketball and football, which developed into a passion for fitness, exercise, and the human body. This led to him becoming a certified personal trainer, allowing him to focus on helping others become physically fit while he studied at UCLA. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, he recognized that becoming a Physical Therapist would allow him to continue his passion for fitness as well as combine his past athletic and personal training experiences.

This led him to become a certified personal trainer where he focused on helping others get physically fit while he studied at UCLA. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, he discovered how he can continue to follow his passion while also combining his past experiences in athletics and personal training by becoming a Physical Therapist.

Dr. Lind received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. The curriculum at USC provided him with a strong, well-rounded background in treating individuals of  all conditions related to human movement. He strives to continue his education even after finishing this doctorate program. He takes practitioner courses year-round, in addition to yearly courses that focus on the rehabilitation of ACL repairs in individuals of all sports and levels of function.

His current career goals include furthering his learning and to continue building his practice here in Orange County. Dr. Lind is eager to integrate his education, passion for sports, and physical fitness into his patients’ treatments in order to individualize their care and get them back to what they want to be doing faster.

Dr. Lind enjoys the outdoors, hiking and camping. He’s a huge foodie and enjoys exploring new restaurants.

Tyler Lee, PT, DPT
Injury Specialist

Dr. Tyler Lee, DPT was born and raised in New Jersey, where he grew up playing competitive volleyball. He went on to play D1 Indoor Volleyball during his undergraduate studies at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. Upon graduation, he continued his studies at Sacred Heart University, receiving his Doctorate in Physical Therapy with an interest in Sports and Orthopedics. The curriculum at Sacred Heart allowed him to incorporate certain aspects from each body system into his practice to help a wide variety of injuries.

Dr. Lee continues to compete in volleyball tournaments and attributes his passion for physical health and wellness from his athletic background. He continues to take courses during his clinical studies that focus on the mind, body, and spirit connection which he practices himself and with patients daily.

Dr. Lee’s current career goals are to continue his learning and education here in Orange County. His approach to Physical Therapy is to teach and empower patients to gain control of their body and enjoy life– pain free. He incorporates various techniques to improve breathing, mood, and address the Autonomic Nervous System to optimize patient function and improve their quality of life.  

Jennifer Ha, PTA
Injury Specialist

Jennifer will be right back….


Dr. Nick Perkins was born and raised in San Diego, CA. From a young age he was involved in multiple sports, and eventually became a tri-sport varsity athlete during his High School years. Dr. Perkins was also a youth sports coach where he promoted self-esteem and confidence through fitness at multiple elementary and middle schools in San Diego. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Health Science from the University of California Irvine.

Dr. Perkins received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy with high honors from the University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, California. The University of St. Augustine’s comprehensive curriculum provided him with a strong background in physical rehabilitation of various patient populations with an emphasis in orthopedic and manual physical therapy. Dr. Perkins is also an instructor with AQuire/ KOH Education for Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques (IASTM) course. He is a medical team member of Team USA weightlifting and the AVP Pro Beach volleyball tour.

Dr. Perkins continues to expand his practice by becoming certified in Graston Technique, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Expert Practitioner, Neuromuscular Taping, and Fascial Manipulation® techniques. Dr. Perkins also completed continuing education coursework in Total Motion Release Spinal Manipulation as well as a year-long Orthopedic Manual Therapy Seminar Series. Following his passion for teaching Dr. Perkins became a Certified Clinical Instructor and has accepted multiple Physical Therapy Students for clinical internships.

Dr. Perkins was selected as class representative for the Student Physical Therapy Association (SPTA), and eventually took a leadership role as the SPTA Vice President, where he enjoyed copious opportunities to volunteer and fund-raise for local and national physical therapy initiatives. Dr. Perkins, was also chosen by his professors to be an anatomy tutor, and a Teaching Assistant for the Spinal Evaluation and Manipulation course at the University of St. Augustine. He relished the opportunity to teach his colleagues. Dr. Perkins, received certificates in the Evaluation and Treatment of the Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine, Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex, Extremity Integration, and Myofascial Manipulation in his final trimester. His clinical experiences allowed Dr. Perkins to treat a diverse patient population ranging from dependent geriatrics to advanced athletes in both land based and aquatic settings.

Dr. Perkins current career goals are to continue his education with numerous other clinical specializations. Growing up playing multiple sports and as an athlete, Dr. Perkins hopes to continue expanding his practice and integrate his passion for athletics and fitness with his therapeutic interventions to bring out the inner athlete in all his patients.