Why [P]rehab?

The rest of the world is evolving, but what about your health care?

The current healthcare system needs a serious upgrade and you shouldn’t have to wait around for it. After our own personal experiences and what we observed in school, we decided we’re not going to wait either!

Be the change you want to see they say, which is exactly what [P]rehab can help you with — putting health care back in YOUR hands.

Why [P]rehab?

The rest of the world is evolving, but what about your health care?

The current healthcare system needs a serious upgrade and you shouldn’t have to wait around for it. After our own personal experiences and what we observed in school, we decided we’re not going to wait either!

Be the change you want to see they say, which is exactly what [P]rehab can help you with — putting health care back in YOUR hands.

What is [P]rehab?

The Definition

While traditional rehab is the standard physical therapy approach; solving pain & injuries in a reactive manner – Prehab is a proactive approach; take care of your body NOW to maximize your results and prevent future issues.

The [P]rehab team is dedicated to using both rehab and prehab to help you learn how to get out of pain, avoid injury, and optimize your health + performance.

The Mission

“Our goal is simple, we want to provide people all over the world with the right information at the right time, regardless of their location or access to traditional healthcare.

We are redefining the path to getting out of pain and discomfort, recovering from injuries, and improving one’s quality of health with prehab.”

Prehab, also known as prehabilitation or preventative rehab, is taking the reactive strategies that healthcare providers use with patients in the rehab & sports medicine fields — and teaching you how to perform these on your own in a proactive manner.

Prehab is all about learning knowledge that applies to your body and your mind and using it to optimize the way you experience life. Prehab can help you with your daily activities, your workout routine, your favorite hobbies, your beloved sport, and any old or new nagging pains & injuries.

Prehab is a legitimate preventative medicine solution for common neuromusculoskeletal issues that burden our healthcare system. Thats because the goal of prehab is to reduce your risk for injury while improving your overall physical health.

Each clinical member of our team holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree and a Certification in Strength and Conditioning!

Let’s face it… the medical system needs a change to better benefit you!

There are rapid and exciting technological advances happening in the world today, which means the way you operate and function on a day to day basis is constantly shifting towards faster, better, and more convenient solutions.

At this point in history, almost everything is available at your fingertips. Whether it is paying bills, tracking your diet, taking a workout class, or calling for a ride from anywhere in the world, there are a thousand apps and a million immediate solutions to satisfy all of your desires and urgent needs at the mere click of a button.

This abundant access to online resources has not only made you more independent, but it is also saving you the most valuable thing you have: TIME.

When it Comes to Your Health, Timing is Everything

When it Comes to Your Health, Timing is Everything

Yet, when you need to get your painful shoulder or aching back looked at, you are stuck with an archaic system that moves at a snail’s pace leaving you with exorbitant bills or forcing you to resort to temporary over-the-counter remedies or even dangerous and addictive opioids. In our book, this is unacceptable.

You should never have to compromise your health because a system intended to help you is, in fact, slowing down your efforts to heal.

Any good doctor of any kind will agree that the most important thing when it comes to physical health is getting the right help at the right time, or even better—preventing the need for it to begin with!

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”
– Benjamin Franklin

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”
– Benjamin Franklin

[P]rehab is moving things forward and we want you to be part of the movment. You need to change your perspective and believe in taking on a proactive versus reactive approach to health.

A common human behavior is to address problems after the fact and often far too late, which is a reactionary approach. However, the real solution to improved health care is education and awareness. This proactive approach – [P]rehab – can reduce the risk of injuries and pain in the first place, ultimately saving you time to enjoy your life!

Health & education are 2 basic things everyone should have access to.

Based on this core belief, we have designed a comprehensive solution to educate you and the general public on our active, multi-faceted approach to physical therapy – the [P]rehab Educational Platform. With this solution, anyone located anywhere in the world can learn our professional techniques for optimizing movement, treating pain, and preventing injuries.

Why Wait Until You’re Injured?

There are steps you can take now to decrease your risk of injury.

Why change the meaning of physical therapy through the concept of [P]rehab? Because we consider prehab to be the ultimate solution to maximizing your physical health.

You’ll learn how to rehab, train, and recover smarter and more efficiently. Not only do we demonstrate what to do —but more importantly, we explain why! Its time to invest in your health today for the long term.


The [P]rehab Team

Arash Rex Maghsoodi
Arash Rex MaghsoodiPT, DPT, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Arash Maghsoodi received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. For his undergraduate studies, he attended San Diego State University and studied Kinesiology. After sustaining a career-ending ankle sprain while playing collegiate soccer, he realized how disabling and life-altering injuries can be.

Arash currently resides in beautiful Santa Monica, California. His clinical experience is primarily in the orthopedic and sports setting. He has treated a wide variety of conditions ranging from the post-operative individual to the professional athlete.

Arash is keeping the family legacy of becoming a physical therapist, as his mother is a practicing clinician of 30 years in the Orange County area.

Craig Lindell
Craig LindellPT, DPT, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Craig is a South Jersey native & Penn State Kinesiology Alumni. When the opportunity came, Craig packed his bags and drove to California to pursue his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California.

With [P]rehab, Craig oversees all digital content creation and multi-channel publication that reaches millions of people on a weekly basis. As a PT, Craig has a wide array of experience from working with various neurological conditions to working with collegiate & professional athletes across the Big Five in North American sports. Experiencing physical therapy first-hand as a soccer player in high school, Craig has a passion & special interest in adolescent athletic development working with young athletes to overcome injuries.

In his spare time, Craig enjoys exercising, playing golfing, hiking, traveling, watching Philly sports, and spending quality time with his family.

Michael Lau
Michael LauPT, DPT, CSCS
Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Michael was born and raised in Northern California but now currently resides in Sunny SoCal ever since attending the University of California, Los Angeles as an undergraduate majoring in physiology. After his undergraduate studies, he received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from cross-town rival the University of Southern California.

As a licensed physical therapist with a strong background in strength and conditioning, Michael likes to blend the realms of strength training and rehabilitation to provide prehab, or preventative rehabilitation, to his patients.

A common human behavior is to address problems after they become an issue and far often too late, which is a reactionary approach. He believes the key to improved health care is education and awareness. This proactive approach-prehab-can reduce the risk of injuries and pain in the first place.

He is a huge proponent of movement education and pain science. Clinically, he has a special interest in ACLR rehab and return to sport for the lower extremity athlete.

Adelle Smener
Adelle Smener PT, DPT, CSCS
Clinic Director,
Doctor of Physical Therapy,
Strength & Conditioning Specialist

Adelle is an LA native through and through – so no surprise she stayed in sunny SoCal for her graduate career. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of Southern California and has been practicing in LA ever since. She has extensive experience in sports and orthopedic settings, treating recreational athletes of all ages and helping them get back on the field (or back into the gym!) through her focus on functional movement and corrective exercise techniques.

Adelle has continued to expand her skillset and thirst for growth by getting certified in Pilates, taking doctoral students & new graduates under her wing as a clinical instructor and mentor, and receiving her Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification (CSCS) to further develop her passion of bridging the gap between rehabilitation and performance!

As a clinician, Adelle takes a proactive and personalized approach to help guide and empower her clients and get them back to living their best lives! Because PT isn’t just physical – It’s personal.

Christopher Lefever
Christopher LefeverPT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, USAW
Content Creator

Originally from Reading, Pennsylvania, Chris graduated with his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a doctorate of physical therapy from Slippery Rock University. He afterwards completed a sports physical therapy residency at the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Sports Medicine Institute.

He later completed a division 1 sports physical therapy fellowship at Duke University where he worked closely with Duke football, basketball and lacrosse. He returned to Houston afterwards with Memorial Hermann to help develop an emerging division 1 sports physical therapy fellowship.

Present day, he practices with the sports medicine team at the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee in Colorado Springs, CO. Chris is board certified sports clinical specialist (SCS), certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and certified in dry needling. He has a particular interest in post-operative rehabilitation of the athletic knee, shoulder, hip and elbow.

Dillon Caswell
Dillon CaswellPT, DPT, SCS
Head of Programs,
Podcast Host

Dillon is a Sports Physical Therapist, performance coach, and adjunct professor residing in Syracuse, NY whose passion is providing holistic solutions to improve all aspects of human performance. Along with working with clinical athletes across the lifespan, he provides on field coverage for youth and semi-professional teams.

After his undergraduate studies at Syracuse University, he earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University, where he now serves as an Adjunct Professor. He is the founder and owner of AP3T: Action Potential Performance Physical Therapy practicing wellness, prevention, and solution-based health care. In his free time, he enjoys family dinners, playing with his dog, and competing as a CrossFit athlete.

Dillon honors the opportunity to join the [P]rehab guys to influence and educate in a people first system!

Dorian Saint-Danic
Dorian Saint-DanicPT, DPT,OCS
Physical Therapist

Born in Bosnia, then raised in South Pasadena, Dorian Saint-Danic has held a lifelong passion for fitness and sports. Dorian played basketball and water polo at the high school and collegiate level, graduating with his B.S. in Kinesiology & Exercise Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2012.

His own sports injuries introduced him to the world of rehabilitative medicine, paving the path to his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of California San Francisco in 2016. In 2017, he completed the University of Southern California Orthopedic Residency and became a board-certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Dorian has had extensive experience working with athletes of all backgrounds, from adolescents to professionals.

Integrating strength and conditioning principles as well as pain science education, Dorian works collaboratively with clients to rehabilitate injury and establish resilience to future episodes. Using performance metrics, clients can expect consistent feedback on where they are and where they want to be. Dorian’s clinical and research interests focus on ACL injury and youth athlete development.

Outside of the clinic, Dorian enjoys playing basketball, deep dives into music discovery, and writing poetry.

Kinsey Carmichael
Kinsey Carmichael
Head of Social

Kinsey was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and attended Wilfrid Laurier University for her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing.

She grew up participating in dance at a competitive level which instilled her interest in fitness and health. After her undergraduate studies, she began working with healthcare providers on digital marketing strategy, content creation and social media management.

With The Prehab Guys, she’s been able to merge her interests of marketing and fitness/health to put out content for the [P]rehab family. In her spare time, she likes to travel, go to F45 and hang out by the waterfront in Toronto.

Kirsten Moore
Kirsten Moore
Creative Director,

Kirsten has always had a lot of passion for creating art and is a storyteller at heart. She was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and moved out to sunny California at the age of 22 to pursue a career in the music industry where she played the club scene for a few years. She loved the idea of being able to provoke emotion in people and connect through art. She move on from the music industry and started traveling the world in 2012 and documented all of the beauty along the way through photos and video. In early 2018 she bought her first professional camera and a few months later she got her first job combining her love for travel and photography with another passion of hers, yoga. She had a transformational experience documenting a month long yoga teacher training in Bali.
Upon her return with some new found confidence she decided to pursue photography/videography full time. She has since been involved in a variety of projects including portraits, product, lifestyle and fitness shoots, creating promo and event videos, mini docs and a television pilot. She’s discovered that she really loves connecting with people and telling their stories through photos and videos. She believes her purpose is to help facilitate and empower people in growing their business and improve their lives through the content she creates.

Lauren Lynass
Lauren LynassPT, DPT, CSCS
Head of Content

Dr. Lauren Lynass is a Colorado girl at heart. While she grew up skiing, snowshoeing, and building snowman, she has traded in her snowy mountains for California beach life and currently lives with her husband and dog in their travel trailer, “The Burrito.” As a physical therapist, Lauren has experience working with pediatrics, runners, geriatrics, athletes, and itty bitty newborns.

She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Level 1 Running Gait Analyst, Dry Needling Certified, and uses her expertise to host sport specific strength and conditioning classes for local high school athletes.

When Lauren isn’t treating patients, you can find her running along the Cali coast, hiking with the pup and husband, or simply swinging in a hammock lost in a good book. She considers herself a life long learner and loves that being a physical therapist provides her with the opportunity to do so! She enjoys being a part of the [P]rehab Team as it allows her to collaborate with some of the very best in the fields and empower others to take charge of their well-being.

Lyndsay Provencio
Lyndsay ProvencioPT, DPT
Content creator

Dr. Lyndsay Provencio graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in Health and Exercise Science and a concentration in Sports Medicine. After multiple personal sports related injuries and discovering a passion for healing through movement, Lyndsay attended Creighton University to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
An avid runner herself, she has a particular interest in working with high school, recreational and elite endurance athletes and has undergone specialty training in pelvic floor rehabilitation to better serve her clientele. Through this specialty training, she has acquired a Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association. Additionally, Lyndsay is BSPTS C2 certified in scoliosis specific exercise and has found a niche working with adolescents with scoliosis to improve overall spinal health.

No, you’re not seeing double! Lyndsay is an identical twin to Lauren Lynass, one of our [P]rehab rockstars. A native to Colorado, Lyndsay is an adventure seeker who loves to hike, camp, and race her twin sister on the mountain trails. When the Portland rain hits, you can find her curled up with a good book and a cup of tea.

Ryan Nosak
Ryan NosakMS, CSCS, SCCC
Content Creator

Ryan was born and raised in Throop, Pennsylvania and he has worked in the world of fitness since he was 15 years old. Ryan realized he had a deep affinity for strength training and how it can alter the human mind, body, and spirit. He began his coaching career in high school by coaching his friends through strength training sessions, which inspired him to pursue a career in strength and conditioning.

Ryan spent 10 years as a Division 1 strength and conditioning coach with stops along the way at Penn State, Tennessee State, Vanderbilt, Robert Morris, Charlotte, and DePaul. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and operates his own training practice, RyNo Strength, out of Studio DelCorpo in Chicago, IL. He specializes in fat loss, body composition, strength, and sports performance training programs.

Ryan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Penn State and a Master’s in Sport Management from Western Carolina University. In his free time, Ryan enjoys training for bodybuilding, eating at the amazing restaurants in Chicago, and spending time with his wife and dog.

Sherif Elnaggar
Sherif ElnaggarPT, DPT, OCS
Content Creator

Sherif graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree and a concentration in Kinesiology. He then received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree from DeSales University, graduating with honors of the professional excellence award and research excellence award.

After his graduate studies, he served as Chief Resident of the St. Luke’s Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program. Sherif is a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. Sherif focuses on understanding how movement impairments are affecting function while also promoting lifestyle changes in order to prevent recurrences of injury.

His early treatment interests include running related injuries, adolescent sports rehab, and ACL rehab in lower extremity athletes. He also has been involved in performance training for youth soccer players.

Outside of working as a physical therapist, he enjoys traveling, running and cycling, following Philadelphia sports teams, and spending time with his family.

Taryn Beaumont
Taryn BeaumontPT, DPT, CLT, CF-L1, CNC
Content Creator

Taryn was born and raised in Maine and still resides there with her boyfriend and son. Taryn received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Husson University in 2010, and also carries a Bachelors in Kinesiology and Human Movement Science.

She is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, a Certified Crossfit Level 1 Trainer, and a NASM Certified Nutrition Coach. Taryn has 10+ years of experience in many different realms of PT, from the young athlete to the geriatric patient. Taryn considers herself a ‘lifelong learner’.

She has special interests in oncology care and breast health, dry needling, and Crossfit training. In her free time, Taryn enjoys fitness, spending time with her family, continuing education, writing and reading, and is very excited to be a part of The [P]rehab team to educate and empower others to take control of their own health and wellness.

Theresa Wilson
Theresa Wilson
Video Editor

Theresa has always had a passion for content creation with a heart for helping people. Theresa brings her degree in biology and her editing skills to bring the [P]rehab videos to life.

She likes to reach new PR’s in the gym and play video games in her spare time.

Tommy Mandala
Tommy MandalaPT, DPT, SCS, OCS, CSCS
Content Creator

Tommy Mandala is currently a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports from New York City, where he specializes in ACL Rehab. Prior to that he trained as a sports resident at the University of Delaware working with the ACL researchers in the field.

He has additional experience working with the Philadelphia 76’ers NBA G-league affiliate, the Delaware Blue Coats. His experiences have given him a passion and expertise for treating patients struggling with ACL Rehab.

One of his favorite aspects of his job is empowering patients to return to sports with full confidence in their knee after ACL Reconstruction.

Vanessa Rowe
Vanessa Rowe
Sales and Customer Support Lead,
Office Manager

Vanessa, a Cali native, born and raised in the heart of South Central LA. Her main profession has been working in sales as well as customer support for over 8 years. Attending to peoples needs and successfully making them happy brings her great joy. To Vanessa nothing is better than a smile on a satisfied customer face. Vanessa has also, amongst other accolades, has achieved her Degree In Medical Billing and strives to become a nurse for one of her goals set on her vision board. Amongst the other goals set, her greatest goal is becoming a Physical Therapist, to aid those in need and be that change, hope, and joy in patients lives. When Vanessa has some free time away from work, she enjoys being a full time mother to her wonderful daughter who has excellent learning skills and is a bundle of joy. She also loves family orientation, where she cooks full course meals for her family and loved ones to enjoy. During Vanessa’s alone time, when she has some for herself, she goes on hikes to not only get a good workout but to also enjoy nature and reflect on life.