Meet Our Staff
Bethany Jutzy, DPT
Bethany attended Walla Walla University in College Place Washington where she received her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Health with an emphasis in Biology in 2011. She continued her education at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014.
Following graduation, Bethany has focused her career on injury prevention, biomechanics of movement and exercise, movement pattern relationships, appropriate return to sport management for athletes of all ages, and the kinematic sequence of rotary sports. Bethany is Medical Level 3 certified by the Titleist Performance Institute to screen and treat golf related movement restrictions and dysfunctions. This advanced training correlates well to functional movement requirements for athletes in all sports and movements for daily living.
She is also certified in: Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and is a certified personal trainer by the American College of Sports Medicine. Bethany enjoys learning about new and evolving treatment techniques and protocols in order to provide relevant and up-to-date care for her patients.
In addition to rotational sports and functional movement, she has developed a love for treating the running athlete. As a runner herself, she understands the importance of injury prevention, gait mechanics, cadence, muscle balance, rest, and training programs for performance and longevity of participation. She is devoted to finding a way for everyone to participate in the sports they love while protecting their body for long-term outcomes.
In addition to running, Bethany spends her free time relaxing with her pug, cooking, reading, spending time outdoors, and attempting to have a successful container garden.
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.
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Curtis Cascagnette, PTA Curtis has lived throughout the United States and Canada, and briefly in Italy while in a language immersion program. Prior to Physical Therapy, his academic pursuits were in the humanities and the fine arts. Following his undergraduate work, he took a job as a CNA in Nebraska at a Rehabilitation Hospital where he fell in love with that aspect of healthcare and the science of human movement. However, it was there that he decided to further his education and ended up dabbling with Arts Education. After two years in that field, he realized his previous enjoyment was working with Physical Therapists, and now he enjoys an incredibly rewarding career as a PTA working for Mountain View Physical Therapy. Curtis has several hobbies, interests, and passions, the first of which is being the proud father of two wonderful children and the husband of a beautiful and amazing wife.
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.
Brandy, Receptionist 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.
Tina, Receptionist Tina is originally from the Bay Area and is happy to have joined our team at Mountain View Physical Therapy. Tina enjoys reading, music, movies, board games, and dancing. She is a proud mother of two boys and spends most of her free time with her family and her cat. Tina welcomes the opportunity to serve as our front desk receptionist.