Our Team


Rahim Kanji



Rahim’s journey in the field of rehabilitation started early in childhood. His grandmother suffered from chronic low back pain and would frequently ask him to step on her back or make herbal patches using ingredients such as turmeric and eggs. This piqued his curiosity of how the body functions and heals, driving his educational pursuits to find the most effective approach to heal and maintain the body at its best – free of dis-ease. In college, he began working with patients in cardiac rehabilitation and from there delved into the areas of chiropractic care and physical therapy.


As a clinician, he specializes in conservative management of the neuromuscular system. He has worked in the field of rehabilitation for 14 years, integrating various approaches to provide the best treatment for his patients. As all individuals heal differently and at different paces, he continues in his pursuit of knowledge to find the best solutions to treating the human body.



  • Bachelor of Kinesiology, McMaster University
  • Doctor of Chiropractic, Southern California University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor, Dept of Anatomy and Physiology, Southern California University of Health Sciences –
    Voted best instructor
  • Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Southern California University of Health Sciences
  • Master of Physical Therapy, California State University, Northridge
               Pilates training
               Aquatic therapy

  • Clinical Faculty, Chiropractic Program, Saban Free Clinic



  • Janda approach
  • McKenzie approach
  • Mulligan approach
  • Shirley Sahrmann approach
  • Stuart McGill (Low back pain/Spine)
  • Kinesio Taping
  • Myofascial release


Cindy Glaser


Growing up, Cindy knew that she wanted a career that combined her love of an active lifestyle with the joy of helping others. She has been able to find that as a physical therapist. With a background as a basketball player that has now transitioned to rec-league life, she enjoys seeing athletes of all levels return to the sports they love. However, that is not where her passions stop. Cindy has experience with people across the lifespan and whether her patients are 2 or 102, she is determined to help get them back to doing the things they love.


Cindy is excited to join the RA Physical Therapy team and cannot wait to journey alongside you on your road to recovery.



  • Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering, University of California Irvine

  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Southern California

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

  • Certified Pilates Instructor – In Progress



  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

  • Gait and Running Analysis and TrainingMyofascial Release

  • McKenzie Approach

  • Joint Mobilization

  • Janda Approach

  • Performance and Sports training

  • Vestibular rehabilitation


Ray Mullen


From a very young age, Ray has always been active. As a former athlete who studied and competed in Taekwondo for 18 years, Ray has had his share of experiences with rehabilitation. Through his experience, Ray learned success in rehabilitation is dependent on the relationship between the patient and the therapist, and setting realistic goals specific to the individual. Ray pursued his undergraduate studies in Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland College Park. His love for science, sports and people, and his effective encounters with rehabilitation led him to a degree in Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.


Whether you are 9 or 96 years old, play basketball or enjoy a walk along the sandy beach, Ray looks forward to assisting you through a positive and successful recovery.



  • Bachelor of Biological Science, University of Maryland College Park
  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland Eastern Shore



  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
  • Gait and Running Analysis and Training
  • Myofascial Release
  • McKenzie Approach
  • Joint Mobilization
  • Janda Approach
  • Performance and Sports training
  • Vestibular rehabilitation



Jenni Jones



Jenni was always interested in science and math, and knew she wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare field. Drawn to physical therapy with a desire to help patients return to an improved functional status; she attended Azusa Pacific University where she received her doctoral degree, and is currently in the Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Residency at Kaiser Permanente to enhance her skills in clinical reasoning, manual therapy and movement analysis, working with some of the finest and most qualified physical therapists in the business.
Jenni has experience in multiple settings and different roles. She was a personal trainer at Gold’s Gym and a clinical instructor for neuro-rehabilitation labs at Azusa Pacific University. Clinically, she has treated patients in outpatient orthopedics, acute inpatient, and pediatrics, and has experience helping not only patients with multiple orthopedic injuries such as ACL, meniscus and rotator cuff repairs, but also those with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease.


The most important and personal recommendation comes from our very own patients who love her personal, individual and hands-on approach to therapy, which leaves them impressed at how quickly they restore their function. Jenni looks beyond the physical impairments and understands the individual as a whole and creates her treatment plans to heal the person and not just the injury!



  • Bachelor of Exercise Science with a minor in nutrition, Southern Utah University
  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Azusa Pacific University (3.98 GPA) Graduated Valedictorian
  • Kaiser Permanente Orthopedic Clinical Residency
  • Outstanding Achievement Award for Academic and Clinical Achievement Azusa Pacific Physical Therapy
  • Associate Clinical Instruction Neurological Rehabilitation at Azusa Pacific University



  • Nero-Developmental Treatment
  • Proprioceptive and neuromuscular facilitation
  • Joint mobilization
  • Janda approach
  • Shirley Sahrmann approach
  • McKenzie Approach
  • Kenisio Taping
  • Balance assessment and training
  • BPPV/Vertigo
  • Dizziness assessment and treatment
  • Soft tissue mobilization
  • Gait and Running analysis and training


Lauren Baker




Martha Howe



At an early age, Martha could be found running around, standing on her head, or cartwheeling about. This passion for movement led her to a variety of activities (tennis, gymnastics, track, basketball), among them the study of dance. During her collegiate years, her curiosity about anatomy and how the body functions continued to grow. She began studying somatic approaches, including Alexander Technique and Bartenieff Fundamentals, later certifying in Pilates.


In her Pilates practice, she endeavors to create a safe and challenging environment. Understanding her clients and their specific needs and goals is key to helping them master their bodies. She encourages clients to incorporate Pilates principles of breath, centering, and alignment into daily activity to improve the quality of life.


Her ten years of teaching have given her the opportunity to work with a wide range of clientele, be they rehabilitative, preventative, interested in strength training, or weight loss. With each new client, she continues her research in pursuit of the program that will provide optimal results for that individual. She hopes to do the same for you.



  • Bachelor of Art with a minor in English, Brigham Young University
  • Master of Fine Art, Arizona State University
  • Certified Pilates Teacher, Stott Pilates



  • Cadillac Pilates
  • Reformer Pilates
  • Mat Pilates



Our Staff


Sara Garcia