Staff

Our staff includes:

George S. Young
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George S. Young, MS, DPT, OCS

George earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy after many years of studying and clinical practice. He received his Master of Science degree in 1982 and his Bachelor of Science in 1972 from University of Southern California. In 1995, has was certified a Clinical Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) and received his recertifications in 2005 and 2015. He is the owner and active physical therapist at Alamitos Physical Therapy. He is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Los Alamitos-Seal Beach, where he served as President for 2006-2007.

Click the Rotary Wheel for more info on the Rotary Club of Seal Beach - Los Alamitos.

Rotary Club of Los Alamitos-Seal Beach

Ellie 2 Eleanor ("Ellie") Ho, MPT, CLT-LANA

Eleanor is our Certified Lymphedema Therapist. She graduated with a Master of Physical Therapy in 1989 from Children's Hospital Los Angeles--Chapman University. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1983 from University of California, Davis. After completing her MLD/CDT Certification with the Klose Norton School of Lymphedema Therapy, Eleanor established the Lymphedema Program at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center and was the Clinical Supervisor.

Ellie is a busy lady with two kids away at graduate school in two different universities.

Eleanor joined us in January, 2007 to provide the individual attention that lymphedema and cancer patients deserve and need.

Chapman College UC Davis

Megan3 Megan Murray, DPT

Megan grew up in south Orange County and attended Merrimack College, just outside of Boston. At Merrimack, Megan played DII volleyball where they advanced to the conference championship tournament three times, and the NCAA tournament twice. In 2011, she graduated with her degree in Sports Medicine and concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy. After graduation, Megan moved to Pittsburgh and worked as a physical therapy aide. After one year in Pittsburgh, she decided it was time to return back to California to pursue her goal of becoming a physical therapist.

She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from CSULB in 2015, as part of the inaugural DPT class. During her time in PT school, Megan developed a passion for outpatient physical therapy, and completed four rotations in various outpatient clinics (including here at Alamitos Physical Therapy)!

She loves being able to develop a personal relationship with her patients over their course of therapy. As a high school and collegiate volleyball player, she has first-hand experience with athlete rehabilitation, and understands the importance of returning the athlete to their sport as quickly and safely as possible.

In her free time, Megan volunteers with The Cat Cove, and fosters kittens until they are adopted. She also loves going to hockey games (Go Penguins!), playing volleyball, riding her bike at the beach and going to Pittsburgh every year to spend time with her family. Loves line dancing with the kittens and hockey players.


Andra Coleman Andra Colman, MPT

Andra grew up nearby in Huntington Beach where she played high school soccer. After injuring her knee, she had a growing interest in the healing nature of physical therapy. She decided to turn this interest into her passion for the opportunity to teach people how to take care of their bodies.

After graduating high school, she attended San Francisco State University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in 1997 in Physical Education. In 2000, Andra completed her Master's degree in Physical Therapy with a minor in pediatrics. She has worked as a physical therapist for over 15 years in Southern California. Over that time span, she developed an extensive background in pediatrics and even lead a gross motor component of a group program for children ages 1-3.

In her free time, Andra enjoys running. She has done several half and full marathons. When she's not out there exercising herself, she loves to watch her 3 boys play water polo and other sports. When she has time, she loves to travel to new places with her husband and boys. Next trip hopefully Iceland!


Sharon Nemitz Sharon Nemitz, Patient Liason and Advocate

Our newest employee here at Alamitos P.T. and she's loving it!

She has worked in the medical field for 35 years; the last 18 years was in orthopedics until her injuries in 2013 and 2014. She's been married for 32 years and has two adult children and a son-in-law. However, the best part of her life is her two grandsons (7 years and 2 year).

She loves all sports and animals, especially our Riley, and she has a dog and two cats at home.

She is very involved with her church (sings in the choir!), and she enjoys soccer.


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And then there's our Labrador Retriever, Riley, AKC Registered as Sgt. Ranger Riley.

He pretty much loves everybody!


Our clinical team and support staff are committed to promoting optimal health and a high quality of life. We have an atmosphere that is conducive to productivity; both with the staff and with the patients. Our goal is a stress-free office.

Our employees are rewarded daily as they watch patient's progress. The growth of our patient population combined with their satisfaction is what keeps us eager to return to work each day.

Browse around our site and see how easy it is to find the service you need. We guarantee a secure and risk-free experience, and we are certain that you will be pleased. To customize a rehabilitation plan that's right for you, please contact us by phone at (562) 795-5295 or by FAX at (562) 795-5297 or by e-mail at Staff@Alamitos.com

We often host physical therapy graduate student interns from California State University-Long Beach, Loma Linda University, and Chapman University. These students are enrolled in the Physical Therapy departments and are seeking their Doctoral Degree. We are constantly challenged by these students as the bring fresh knowledge, ideas, and enthusiasm as well as potential new solutions. We enjoy having the opportunity to train and educate them while they help us grow.

We hope you will enjoy them too.

California State University Long Beach