Adventist Health and PT Solutions, Your partners in rehabilitation.
Adventist Health has partnered with PT Solutions Physical Therapy, a national provider of physical, occupational, and speech therapy services, to manage therapy services across our inpatient and outpatient settings. Together, our shared values of providing high quality patient care and customer service provide an unrivaled patient experience - one that is focused on getting you back to enjoying life.
About PT Solutions
At PT Solutions, we strive to make your experience great from beginning to end. This starts with flexible appointment scheduling and acceptance of most major insurance plans and continues with superior patient outcomes through evidence-based treatment.
Once in the clinic, one of our specially trained therapists will identify the source of your pain and guide you through manual therapy and therapeutic exercises to correct the dysfunction. Your care begins with the end-goal in mind — living your life without pain.
Our state-of-the-art rehabilitation facilities offer a wide variety of therapy options for all ages and diagnoses.
- Physical Therapy
- Fall Prevention
- Balance & Vestibular Therapy
- Concussion Care
- Pre-Operative and Post-Operative Care
- Women’s Health Services (external exam only)
PT Solutions Tehachapi Valley
122 S. Green St., Ste 2 & 3
Tehachapi, CA. 93561
Inpatient Care Adventist Health Tehachapi Valley
1100 Magellan Drive Tehachapi, CA. 93561
Meet Our Team
Christine , PT, DPT - Clinic Director
Christine is a California native from Claremont, CA. She started her professional schooling by attending the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) for her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, she then went on to pursue her Master of Physical Therapy at The University of Southern California (USC) in 1991. After attending rival schools, she stays true to her first alma mater and roots for the UCLA Bruins. With the passion to continue her progression in the field of physical therapy, Christine earned her transitional Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 from Evidence in Motion. Christine loves teaching people how to fall in love with movement and what the human body is capable of. Her professional areas of interest are orthopedics and pain neuroscience with special interest in athletes such as runners, dancers, and gymnasts which stemmed from her personal experience as a dancer and gymnast. In Christine’s free time she loves to continue to pursue dance, is passionate about fitness and especially running, as well as training her dogs in agility courses.
Claire Eischer, PT, DPT
Claire is originally from Frankenmuth, MI. What brought her to the beautiful land of California is her husband’s line of work in the military. For undergraduate, Claire attended Michigan Technological University in Houghton, MI and received her Bachelor of Exercise Science. Following undergraduate, she chose to attend Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, MI, where she graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy. Professionally, she particularly enjoys treating geriatrics, as well as vestibular, balance, and orthopedic cases. One of the reasons why Claire loves being a therapist is because she gets to play a part of patients’ accomplishments in getting a physical part of their life back. She truly finds inspiration in being able to help her patients heal. Personally, Claire has found hobbies in hiking, biking, and traveling to national parks. Because of her love for the outdoors, she has visited over 20 national parks!
Pamela Middleton, PT, MPT, MCMT
Pam grew up in Killdeer, ND and attended Williston State College in Williston, ND where she received her Associate of Science degree. She later attended graduate school at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND where she graduated with her Master of Physical Therapy. In continuing her education, she worked towards and received her MCMT, Master Certification in Manual Therapy. As a clinician, Pam loves treating all patient populations but especially enjoys her time with pediatrics and the elderly patient groups. She also loves treating neuro, gait, balance, post-op, and sports rehab cases. What drives her is knowing that she can make a difference in the lives of people in the community. Away from work, Pam is a volunteer coordinator for a local animal rescue, as well as a volunteer for the Area Youth Soccer Organization. She also enjoys spending free time in her garden. A couple fun facts about Pam are that she is the youngest of 9 siblings and played college basketball!
Kimberly Anne Youngs Grant, PT, DPT
Kim grew up in Yuma, Arizona and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. She later attended Franklin Pierce University in Manchester, NH where she graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy. Wanting to continue her education as a clinician, Kim is also a board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Kim loves the fact that in this line of work, she can make an impact and care for such a wide patient population, as most people at some point in their lives encounter an orthopedic problem. Being able to help patients go from painful movement to being pain-free, returning to the activities they enjoy, and helping people feel confident is where Kim finds her passion. Personally, Kim enjoys hiking, photography, and testing out cake recipes as well as decorating pastries with her children. For a fun fact about Kim, she is hoping to complete her goal of walking to the lowest point and highest point in the contiguous United States in 2022!
Andrea Miles, M.S CCC-SLP
Andrea is a Speech-Language Pathologist from Houston, TX. She attended the University of Texas in Austin, TX and received her Bachelor of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Following her Bachelors, she attended the University of North Texas and graduated with her Master of Speech-Language Pathology with a minor in Audiology. Shortly after graduation, she received her American Speech-Language Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence. Professionally, she particularly enjoys treating patients dealing with adult dysphagia and cognition-communication issues. Andrea finds her passion in being able to help people reconnect with their families and communities. She loves helping others to achieve a sense of worth by giving patients and their families the tools to help them eat, communicate, and manage their daily lives. Outside of work, Andrea likes to read, garden, decorate for the holidays, and spend time with family. A fun fact about Andrea is that she is interested in history and is a descendant of a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Because of her interest in history, she has explored at least twelve countries, most of which were traveled to when she lived in Europe for eleven years!