Raised in San Jose, California, Dr. Phillip Ting developed a passion for sports medicine and performance as an athletic training student intern at UC Davis. He went on to pursue a master’s degree in athletic training at California Baptist University. His education led him to a multitude of experiences which included internships with the San Francisco 49ers, teaching sports medicine to dual-enrolled high school students at Fremont High School, providing outreach athletic training services to Willow Glen High School and starting a strength and conditioning program at Los Gatos Orthopedic Sports Therapy. These invaluable experiences confirmed his desire to return to school to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy at Florida Southern College.
During his time at Florida Southern College, Phillip traveled with Team Hope in Motion and Faith in Practice to provide physical therapy services for patients in Antigua, Guatemala who received total joint replacements. Outside of the clinic, Phillip enjoys sparring on the Judo mat, exploring new restaurants and backpacking with friends.
Phillip’s current clinical interests include cardiovascular conditioning and the role it plays in mitigating injury risk and optimizing athletic and functional performance. He believes that continual learning and sharing the knowledge as a physical therapist makes a positive impact in helping patients achieve autonomy in their care. Phillip is dedicated to utilizing current research and patient values to provide the best patient care possible.