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Chris Rowell, MSPT

Chris Rowell received her undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Stanford University, and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from Boston University.  Her career took her from Boston back to the Farm, where she worked at both Stanford Hospital and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford for many years.  Chris had always been interested in owning a practice, so after 10 years working for a local private outpatient clinic, she decided to follow her dream of opening NOW Physical Therapy.  NOW PT opened in Mountain View, CA in 2018. Outside of work, Chris loves spending time with her son, trying new restaurants, and having fun outdoors.

"For years, I had the dream of starting my own PT practice.  In 2018, with the deep confidence  experience provides and with the encouragement of dear friends and family, I took the leap to begin this new venture.  I'm excited for the chance to work harder than ever to start something I believe in.   I am committed to making NOW PT a place YOU can believe in, where positive outcomes occur."


         -- Chris Rowell, M.S., P.T.

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Karen Mok, DPT

Karen Mok knew at an early age as a competitive martial artist in wushu (Chinese martial arts) with multiple injuries that she wanted to become a physical therapist. After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Physiological Sciences at UCLA, Karen went on to get her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA. She has also continued her training with specialties in pelvic floor, Schroth Best Practice Method for scoliosis, and pediatrics. Karen has gained experience treating a wide array of conditions including acute and chronic pain, balance/fall risk prevention, sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, TMD, etc. Her philosophy is to maximize everybody's functional abilities and get them back to 110% -- better than where they were before. She will provide you with the knowledge and tools to understand how your body moves, how to progress on your own, and how to prevent future injury. 

Ryan Greenfield, DPT

Ryan Greenfield is a travel physical therapist originally from Colorado Springs, CO. He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Oregon where he grew fond of the West Coast. Ryan received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. In 2022-2023, Ryan completed a yearlong residency program, also at Creighton University, specializing in orthopedic physical therapy conditions. After residency, he and his fiancée began travel physical therapy starting on the Central Coast of California. Ryan is passionate about holistic physical therapy and treating the entire person. He uses his knowledge of orthopedic conditions and movement patterns to relate them to each patient’s functional status and goals. Outside of work he loves hiking, snowboarding, watching sports and spending time with family. 

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