Amy M. Griffin, MS, PT, ITPT - President & Rehabilitation Director
Amy M. Griffin, MS, PT, ITPT was born in Las Vegas, NV where she earned her Undergraduate B.S. degree in Sports Injury Management and her Graduate M.S. degree in Physical Therapy. She played basketball throughout her Junior and High School years as well as coaching her daughter's basketball team for 2 years. She enjoys being actively involved with her daughter, sports, practicing Kenpo Karate, and playing West African drums.
Amy is an ImPACT trained Physical Therapist for Concussion assessment and rehabilitation. She has advanced, specialized training and 18+ years of clinic experience in Vestibular, Balance, and Post-Concussion Rehabilitation. Her clinical experience was initiated during a mentorship clinical rotation for Vestibular and Balance Rehabilitation in the fall of 2001.
Amy has taken several continuing education and certification courses from leading clinicians in the field of Concussion, Vestibular, and Balance rehabilitation including: Susan J. Herdman, PT, PhD, FAPTA, Richard A. Clendaniel, PT, PhD, Robert Landel, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, FAPTA, Dr. Don W. Worthington, AuD, PhD, Fay Horak, PhD, PT (Vestibular and Balance consultant to NASA), Janene Burton, PT, Georgia Groomer, PT, Laurie Chalkin, O.D., O.T.R/L, and ImPACT training from Erin Reynolds, PsyD, Carrie Burgert, PT, and Brian Roberts, MS, ATC.
Prior to relocating to Ventura, CA from Las Vegas, NV in the Spring of 2003, Amy practiced physical therapy at an out-patient neurological rehabilitation clinic where she initiated Vestibular and Balance rehabilitation program development. Amy once again initiated the development of a Vestibular and Balance rehabilitation program, in 2004, at a local orthopedic physical therapy clinic in Ventura.
In August 2007, Amy went into private practice and opened the only comprehensive Vestibular and Balance rehabilitation facility in Ventura County. EQUILIBRUM Physical Therapy. Using State of the art equipment including the "gold standard" SMART Equitest used by NASA developed by Lewis M. Nasner, Sc.D. at NeuroCom Intl, Inc. to assess vestibular and balance impairments, she is able to comprehensively assess her patients' deficits to specify her treatment approach and optimize their recovery.
Amy's areas of highlighted interests are: vertigo, dizziness and imbalance, pre- / post-concussion management and return to sport screening assessment for post-concussive athletes, proprioceptive re-training and injury prevention in athletes after injuries/surgery, movement and neurological impairments, as well as fall prevention.
Amy's passion is to provide outreach to the entire County of Ventura to help a highly underserved patient population who suffers from these types of impairments. Since 2013 EQUILIBRIUM Physical Therapy has been actively involved as a partner in The Ventura County Senior Fall Prevention Coalition providing balance screening and fall prevention to Ventura County residents.
Brandon Selvey, PT, DPT, CSCS
Brandon Selvey, PT, DPT, CSCS was born and raised here in Ventura. He grew up participating in athletics and continued to play football through his four years of undergraduate education at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. He graduated from Pacific with a B.S. in exercise science, along with a minor in business administration. He continued on to complete his physical therapy education at Chapman University.
During his education at Chapman, Brandon emphasized orthopedic rehabilitation and injury prevention, as well as neurological rehabilitation such as concussion and fall prevention. He has work experience in several therapy settings including outpatient ortho and neuro, sports medicine, and skilled nursing.
In his spare time, Brandon enjoys participating in sports like basketball, football, and disc golf. He is excited to be back in Ventura to provide the community with the highest quality of care available.
Dalia Zazueta - Administrative Assistant
Dalia Zazueta was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico where she graduated from Culinary Arts School. She moved to the USA in 2014 and started the Medical Assistant Program at Charter College and graduated in 2016.
Prior to moving to Ventura County, Dalia attended South Western College in Chula Vista, California and completed the ESL program to learn English. Dalia takes pride in being able to help our Spanish speaking patients with translation to make them feel welcomed and that their healthcare needs are being heard and properly addressed.
Dalia loves her dogs, music, hosting for friends and family, making people laugh and feel comfortable. She enjoys life, love, family and her friends, food, making new memories, meeting new people, and making this world a better place to live by loving one another. Dalia brings this passion to her work and interacts with each and every patient with the intention to brighten their day and help them make their experience at our clinic a positive one. She loves being helpful so if there are any questions please ask without hesitation. Dalia with gladly assist with your needs with the highest excellence of customer service!