Tony McLean, PT, DPT
He graduated from California State University, Fresno in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy and has endorsed being a lifelong learner of orthopedic manual therapy participating in year-long courses of Norwegian and Australian approaches.
In 2019, Dr. McLean earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professions.
Dr. McLean enjoys mentoring and teaching the next generation of physical therapists, including the community’s students. You can always find him volunteering on the sidelines with Yosemite High School Badger sports.
Hobbies include the beauty of the Sierra Nevada, Yosemite, Bass Lake and all they have to offer: 4-Season camping, backpacking, hiking, snow skiing/shoeing, and especially creating memories with his family in the area.
Dr. McLean along with his wife and fellow Physical Therapist, Dr. Lori McLean, are the owners of Oakhurst Physical Therapy. Together they have raised two sons who enjoyed adventures in scouting, athletics and the great outdoors.
Lori McLean, PT, DPT
Dr. Lori McLean graduated from California State University, Fresno in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy and has endorsed being a life-long learner of orthopedic manual therapy.
She participated in the California State University, Fresno Lyle School of Business Entrepreneurial Studies receiving the Host Company Award, and was selected as a graduate speaker.
In 2019, Dr. McLean completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree from Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professions.
She enjoys mentoring and teaching the next generation of physical therapists, including the community’s students. Dr. McLean continues to serve on the Advisory Committee for the Yosemite High School ROP Athletic Training/Sports Medicine program. She is active as a Clinical Instructor for Doctor of Physical Therapy students from Fresno State as well as Physical Therapy Assistant students from the Clovis Institute of Technology.
Dr. Lori McLean along with her husband and fellow Physical Therapist, Dr. Tony McLean, are the owners of Oakhurst Physical Therapy. Together they have raised two sons who enjoyed adventures in scouting, athletics and the great outdoors.
Hannah Kaplan, PT, DPT
Dr. Hannah Kaplan graduated as a Smittcamp Family Honors Scholar with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interdisciplinary Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Pre-Physical Therapy and a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from California State University, Fresno in 2009 and 2011. She earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of California, San Francisco and California State University, Fresno Joint Program in 2012. She has endorsed being a life-long learner of orthopedic manual therapy and movement assessment participating in a long-term course with Movement Links and many continuing education courses. She speaks fluent Spanish. She enjoys mentoring and teaching the next generation of physical therapist.
Dr. Kaplan gave a podium presentation of her doctorate research “Predicting Fall Risk Using the 30-Foot Walk Test in Low-functioning Community-dwelling Older Adults” at the 2012 California Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference. She has given a number of other presentations at conferences including the Graduate Research and Creative Activities Symposiums, CSU Fresno.
When not at work, Dr. Kaplan likes to rock climb, hike and spend time in our beautiful outdoors and on her property, do arts and crafts projects, volunteer and spend time with her husband and two dogs.
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Summer Pomona, PTA
Summer has been a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant since 2021 having graduated from the Institute of Technology in Clovis, CA at the top of her class. She received an award for being the “best clinician”. Summer began her career in physical therapy as a job in 2015 working at Oakhurst Physical Therapy. It didn’t take long to discover that this “job” was becoming her passion. Working as an aide gave her the opportunity to not only participate in daily exercises with patients but to develop a rapport with them. As the time went on, Summer decided to pursue her Physical Therapist Assistant license by going back to school. Summer always gives 100% and you will know that if you get the chance to work with her.
In her personal time, Summer can be found hiking her dog Milo, shredding a snow covered mountain on her snowboard, enjoying time on the water at Bass Lake and hanging with her family. Summer has called the mountains home since her youth and loves being able to give back to the community she loves.