Angelika Voss-Quinn, PT

“My mission is to return my patients to their optimum level of function using an accurate assessment, leading-edge equipment, and proven techniques. Because I recognize that everyone is unique, I design treatment programs to meet each patient’s specific needs. It is this combination of clinical expertise and genuine caring that is critical to the success of the treatment.”

Knowledgeable, experienced, dedicated

“My experience has taught me that individualized care provided by a knowledgeable and dedicated physical therapist is the key to lasting relief. Maximum recovery is best achieved when the treatment program is tailored to the patient’s specific needs.”

  • Licensed – Physical Therapy Board of California
  • Licensed – Physical Therapy Board of Germany
  • BS, Physical Therapy – Oskar-Helene-Heim Orthopedic and Poli Clinic of the Freie University, Berlin, Germany
  • Additional Training – Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF), Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center, Vallejo, CA, Certified Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation Instructor, Nordic Walking Instructor

Teaching the benefits of physical therapy

“A key component of treatment or rehabilitation is educating my patients. I discuss probable causes of their problem, risk factors and prevention of future problems, and provide home management programs and appropriate exercises for returning to normal function and fitness.”

Continual postgraduate training in many fields, including:

  • Norwegian, Maitland/Australian, McKenzie, and Osteopathic manual therapy approaches
  • Additional courses specific to the spine, hand and wrist, knee, shoulder/neck, and the evaluation/treatment of TMJ and Osteoporosis

The more you know

“After attaining my physical therapy degree and working in my profession, I realized how much more there is to still learn. Constant practice, studying the newest physical therapy developments, consulting with colleagues, and learning new techniques give me the skills necessary to effectively treat all my patients. And it may seem strange, but I have found that my patients and students are often my best teachers.”

  • Member – American Physical Therapy Association

Supporting my community

“Contributing to this wonderful community is important to me and gives me so many opportunities. I enjoy volunteering my time at community events and service organizations. To help make this community a better place to live makes it all worthwhile.”

  • Awarded – Soroptimist President’s Award for Outstanding Community Service
  • Past Member, Past President – Soroptimist International of Livermore
  • Member – Livermore Rotary Club
  • Past Volunteer – Livermore High School
  • Past Chairperson – Junction Avenue Middle School Council