Our Staff

Allan Horwitz, PT, FAAOMPT

Allan Horwitz received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1975. In 1983 he received certification from the Kaiser Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program, where he taught from 1985 through 2016. He specializes in musculoskeletal disorders, especially spinal care, shoulder rehabilitation, and foot disorders, including fabrication of orthotics. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Physical Therapists. He also consults and teaches seminars in office ergonomics.

Negeene Mosaed, PT

Negeene received her Bachelors of Science degree form Mount St. Mary's University in 1994. With more than 15 years of experience as a Registered physical therapist her passion is human movement and integrating her decades long study of yoga to the traditional setting. Most recently, she has completed a long term advanced skills mentorship program at Kaiser Orthopedic Residency Program. She has also completed core course work at IPA manual therapy program (Institute of Physical Art).

Negeene is fluent in Farsi.

Mark J. Poggetti, PT, DPT

Mark J. Poggetti received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from UCSF in 2008. He has worked over a decade in both outpatient and inpatient settings and specializes in treating patients with orthopedic and neurological injuries. To refine his skill set, he completed a year-long orthopedic manual therapy program based in Maitland Austrailian Physiotherapy Approach. Mark is an S.F. native and in his leisure time, he enjoys resistance training, road cycling, hiking, yoga and the arts. He also holds a certification in personal fitness instruction from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. His passion involves treating each patient's injury for an optimal recovery and successful return to their best health, wellness, and sporting performance.

Stewart Lin, PT, DPT

Stewart received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Samuel Merritt University graduating with honors. He has worked in a wide variety of settings ranging from inpatient, acute rehabilitation, and outpatient. Upon graduating from PT school, Stewart did a residency in Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) which helped him further learn how to treat people with neurological issues. He has also taken multiple continuing education courses in a variety of techniques related to musculoskeletal physical therapy. During his free time, Stewart enjoys learning about other cultures by reading, traveling, and exploring their cuisine and customs.

Front Office Staff

​Zena Keobounleuang, Lorelei Valencia and Donise Adair