Louise T. Lontoc is the co-founder, secretary, and executive vice president of LL Corpus Cogere, Inc., a provider of new age physical rehabilitation solutions to the healthcare industry.
Louise is a senior physical therapist with significant experience and skills acquired over twenty years as a registered physical therapist helping countless rehabilitation patients regain mobility of their limbs and improve their quality of life.
She is currently a functioning independent contractor physical therapist and rehab lecturer in Southern California servicing patients at recognized California outpatient sports clinics, skilled nursing home facilities, home health care setting, assisted living facilities and acute-care hospitals.
Louise has successfully demonstrated throughout her illustrious career a genuine passion for physical fitness, biomechanics, and wellness. She is continually assisting patients recover from illnesses, disease, injuries, accidents, and surgeries by helping them regain strength and mobility through a variety of exercises and activities with positive outcomes.
Previous positions have included: Clinical Instructor- Meadowlands Hospital, Secaucus, New Jersey to PT student internship; Home Health Agencies (Bayonne Visiting Nurse Services) for Body Mechanics and Back Care Program; Teaching and Training in Wound Care Management using electrical stimulation. Mentor-Lecturer to PT Assistants Meadowlands Hospital. Lead Therapist and Clinical Coordinator in Rehabilitation Department, La Palma Intercommunity Hospital, California.
Louise is the proud founder of the Louise Lontoc Outpatient Clinic, Anaheim, California a provider of rehabilitative services to orthopedic and neurologic disorders. In this business start-up, she displayed executive-level entrepreneurial skills in all facets of business and patient management.
Louise earned a BS degree in Physical Therapy from University of Maryland Eastern Shore and a BS degree in International Studies from Maryknoll College. Continuing PT Education includes Balance and Vestibular Rehabilitation; Lumbar Spine McKenzie Program; Geriatric Evaluation and Rehabilitation.
Industry interaction and continual communication is central to Louise as the consummate healthcare professional and is a distinguished and active member of American Physical Therapy Association – APTA.