Meet Our Staff
Marcee Martinez, MPT
Marcee graduated from Sonoma State University with a B.A. in Exercise Science, and then completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland, CA in 1996. She has practiced in Northern California for the past 20 years including neurological rehabilitation, sports medicine, and orthopedic manual therapy. Marcee has participated in extensive advanced manual therapy training over the course of her career, and has taught briefly at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA in the Physical Therapy Program.
Marcee was born and raised in the North State (Susanville) and her family has been in Shasta County for 4 generations. She is an avid outdoor enthusiast, and loves Redding for mountain biking, hiking, climbing, skiing, snow shoeing, and anything outdoors. A collegiate softball player, she continues to play and compete in tournaments locally.
Rachel Lange, DPT
Rachel is originally from a small town in southwest Iowa. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science from the University of Wisconsin-Stout and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch before joining the team at Mountain View Physical Therapy in 2017. She is a certified personal trainer through the National Exercise Trainer’s Association and has five years of experience working as a group fitness instructor. She enjoys getting to know her patients and treating a variety of conditions. Some of Rachel’s hobbies include: hiking, skiing, and decorating cakes.
Jessica Guest, PTA
Jessica has been a practicing licensed Physical Therapy Assistant since 1998 and joined our team in 2013. She attended Western Washington University and Whatcom Community College in Bellingham, Washington. She has made her home in Redding since 2003, is married and has two daughters. Jessica enjoys running, cycling, and outdoor adventures with her active family.
Kayla, PT Tech
Kayla was born in Meford, Oregon and has lived in Northern California for most of her life. She graduated from Sonoma State in 2010 with her degree in Human Development and minors in both Psychology and Business Administration. She enjoys helping people live a healthier life-style and has always been drawn to the medical field. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, going on adventures with her dog, and reading a good book on rainy days.
Nate, PT Tech
Nate was born and raised here in Northern California. He enjoys working in the medical field where he can get to know new people and help them in their recovery. As a Physical Therapy Technician, he sets up patients with various treatment modalities and walks them through their exercise program. Nate enjoys various outdoor activities including long boarding and snowboarding, and also enjoys staying up to date with new technologies.
Brandy is your primary contact when it comes to scheduling and insurance. She will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Brandy was born in Utah, and moved to Redding at a very young age. She enjoys helping others and volunteering her time within the community. Brandy greets each patient with a friendly smile, and strives to give each person compassion to make them feel like a person and not a patient. A proud mother of four, you can find her cheering them on at every recital and sports game. As a lover of the outdoors she enjoys camping with her family, hiking, and playing in the waves at the coast.
Marney, Insurance Coordinator/Backup Aide
Marney grew up in Red Bluff and has spent her life here in the North State. She worked many years in back office positions in the medical field before joining our team. Marney enjoys getting to know the patients at Mountain View Physical Therapy, whether she is assisting as an aide or helping with any insurance questions they may have. When she is not in the office, you can find Marney coaching softball for Simpson University, where she has been an assistant to her father for 10 years. Any free time she has is spent with her amazing family – going on adventures, traveling, participating in sports, and taking as many trips to the coast as they can manage.