Harold Manrique, MPT Physical Therapist
Harold graduated from Loma Linda University with a Master's Degree of Physical Therapy in 2003. As a P.T he decided that he most enjoyed working in the outpatient orthopaedic field which allowed him to use his hands on skills on a daily basis. For the last 10 years he has had the privilege of working alongside his brother at Focus Physical Therapy where he has developed his manual skills through a broad range of continuing education. He expanded his knowledge of effective manual techniques by completing a series of “Functional Soft Tissue Transformation” courses through the Gray Institute. These techniques have proven to be highly effective in the restoration of soft tissue dysfunctions and provided faster results for patients even among those with chronic conditions.
Harold has always enjoyed being an active individual, competing in several half marathons, mountain biking, snowboarding, and playing sports. He is fascinated by how the body works and how unique each individual is in regards to movement. He especially enjoys the challenge of working with patients who may not have had positive results with more conventional methods of treatment, or poor surgical outcomes.