Kristine N. Corn, DPT
Kris is founder, director and therapist at Sierra Pediatric
Therapy Clinic. She received her Doctorate in Physical
Therapy from the University of the Pacific. In addition, Kris is certified as a Neurodevelopmental Therapist and Instructor. Presently she is a part time instructor in the Physical Therapy department at UOP and has taught at Sacramento State University, the University of California, Davis and the University of Tokyo in Japan under the auspices of the World Health Organization.
Kris has extensive background in treating children with neurological disabilities. Her initial primary focus was treating children with cerebral palsy. Over the past 15 years she has included in her practice children with Autism and Autistic Spectrum Disorders, genetic disorders including Down Syndrome, Cri du Chat, spinabifida, and muscular dystrophies to name a few. Children with sensory dysfunction disorders and adolescents with idiopathic scoliosis are also treated at the clinic.
Ride to Walk is a therapeutic horseback-riding program, also founded by Kris. She is presently the Executive Director of the program and also serves as one of its therapists. The program provides great joy and pleasure for Kris as she can watch the fruits of the therapists’ efforts in the clinic put into functional play-”children’s play is their work.” For more information on the riding program we invite you to visit our web site at www.ridetowalk.org.
Cyndi Hogan, PTA
Cyndi graduated from Sacramento City College with an Associate of Science degree in Physical Therapy Assistant in May of 2006. She also has an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts from American River College. She has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association since 2004. She joined the SPTC staff in 2006. Cyndi has a background in youth ministry and accounting and is the mother of twin boys.