About Us

Staff

The team at Precision Physical Therapy & Fitness has one goal in mind - your total satisfaction.  We want you to be as happy with the front and back offices as you are with your therapy results. We will work with you to exceed your expectations whether it's treatment outcomes, billing or scheduling.

 

If you have questions or concerns, we want to know.  We want to address it so nothing stands between you and your goals.

 

Jeff Moreno, DPT, OCS

     Dr. Moreno received his bachelor of science degree in Kinesiology from Cal Poly, SLO in 1999.  From there, he went on to the University of Southern California where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2003.  He has completed many advanced training courses in orthopedic physical therapy and became a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist in 2005.

     Following graduation, Jeff has worked primarily in outpatient orthopedic settings, rehabilitating and training individuals from all walks of life to achieve peak performance.  He has a passion for working with athletes and has treated amateur, collegiate and professional athletes recovering from injuries and helped them return to their respective sports.  This has led him to develop a true professional and personal interest in the running athlete.  He has extensive training in assessment and rehabilitation of orthopedic injuries specializing in the running athlete.  In 2005, he became the team physical therapist for Nike Team Run Los Angeles, a post-collegiate professional running team sponsored by Nike.  Jeff's running clientele has included Olympians, US Champions and Olympic Trials qualifiers in events from the 800 meters to the Marathon.

 

Taflyn Wilschinsky, DPT

         Dr. Wilschinsky has been passionate about holistic health and the human body since a young age.  She studied the sciences extensively in high school and balanced her curricular pursuits with a passion for dance.  Taflyn graduated from UCSC in 1997 with a B.A. in Women’s Studies.  During her undergraduate years, Taflyn discovered a love for Santa Cruz and Iyengar Yoga and studied abroad in France.  After graduation, Taflyn returned to France for two years where she taught English and studied yoga intensively.  Returning to Santa Cruz in 2003, Taflyn continued her post-baccalaureate study of health sciences at Cabrillo College where she worked as a tutor and teaching assistant in chemistry and anatomy.  She also began to explore the world of physical therapy, working as a physical therapy aide in Santa Cruz.  

            In 2008, Taflyn was accepted to the UCSF/SFSU graduate program in physical therapy.  Taflyn received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in May, 2011.  Over the course of her graduate study, Taflyn completed three clinical rotations in outpatient orthopedics: at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverley Hills, Dominican Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation, and Precision Physical Therapy & Fitness in Santa Cruz.  During these clinical rotations, Taflyn had the opportunity to work with a variety of patients, spanning age, condition and cultural background.  During her graduate studies, Taflyn was introduced to the Movement System Impairment Method by Shirley Sahrmann, PhD, as a patient and a practitioner.  Taflyn specializes in women's health issues with specialty training in pain during and after pregnancy, incontinence issues and pelvic pain.  

 

 

James Vegher, DPT, NCS

 

Chris Christensen, DPT, NCS