Ross Rezaei, MOT
The owner and founder of Seven to 7 Physical and Hand Therapy Center, Ross obtained his Master’s in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California and has been a practitioner for over ten years. He has worked for a variety of established institutions including the Centre for Hand, American Home Health, Lenox Healthcare, and USC Hand Rehabilitation Center. Through the years, Ross has obtained certifications for specialized therapy and treatment for patients who suffer from Lymphedema, arthritis, shoulder impingements, hand and elbow injuries. He is also a certified ergonomic assessment specialist. Over the years Ross has gained considerable experience in Occupational Therapy while remaining passionate about his work and dedicated to providing quality and effective treatments for his patients.
Pari Rezaei, DPT
The Head Physical Therapist at Seven to 7, Pari obtained her DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy) degree from Loma Linda University. Over the years, Pari has accumulated a vast amount of experience in the area of Physical Therapy. She continues to strive for excellence when it comes to providing therapy for patients with a variety of complex medical conditions. In addition to her knowledge of the practice of Physical Therapy, Pari’s caring, patient, and motivating nature shines through in her practice to help her patients achieve the highest level of functional independence both at home and in public environments.
Ellie Koo, DPT, CEAS
Ellie received her undergraduate education at California State University in Fullerton where she graduated with honors. She then went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. She has clinical experiences at various neurologic and orthopedic settings with a special interest in orthopedic, vestibular, and dance populations. Ellie is also a certified STOTT Pilates instructor and a certified ergonomic assessment specialist. Ellie is passionate about health and fitness and enjoys spending time volunteering with local church organizations, hiking in beautiful landscapes, as well as dancing and playing the guitar. Ellie strives to help her patients understand their conditions and improve their quality of life.
Divya Patel, PT
Divya was born and raised in India and received her Bachelor of Physical Therapy from S.N.D.T University, India. Divya has worked in Orthopedic settings since India as a Physical Therapist. She then received her Master of Science in Kinesiology degree from Dallas Baptist University, Texas. Currently is pursuing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree and works as Physical Therapist. She loves to help patient to restore their function and to improve mobility after injury. In her free time, Divya enjoys spending time with family, listening music and traveling.
Ankitaben Mistry, PTA
Ankita was born and raised in India and she received her Bachelor of Physical Therapy from S.N.D.T University, India. Ankita is Physical Therapist Assistance and She is passionate about her work and improving patients movement to achieve best possible outcome. She treat patients with broad range of issue such as neuro, orthopedic and sport injuries. Her Hobbies includes spending time with kids, family, trying different food and hiking.
Sepanta Yousefian, OTR-L
Sepanta received her doctoral degree in occupational therapy from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2021. She received her master’s degree in 2018 from Tufts University with a focus on Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation. Before moving to the United States, she worked for seven years as an occupational therapist in outpatient settings in Iran and Dubai.
Living in different countries, and experiencing diverse cultures and languages made her realize the importance of cultural differences in every aspect of an individual‘s life. This led her to focus her doctoral research project on diversity and inclusion in occupational therapy practice and practitioners’ cultural awareness and sensitivity in their therapeutic interaction with clients.