Hannah Main, DPT
Hannah graduated Summa Cum Laude from Chico State with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology in 2010 and then completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific at Stockton in 2014. She has worked for Anderson Physical Therapy since 2014 with a focus on manual therapy and orthopedic rehabilitation.
Hannah grew up in Palo Cedro and now resides there with her husband, Brent, her dog, cats, horse, and chickens. Hannah has a busy social life and loves spending time with family and friends, riding her horse several times a week, traveling as often as possible and taking advantage of local year round outdoor activities.
Brian Baas, PT
Brian is the founder and owner of Anderson Physical Therapy. He is currently taking an administrative role as well as providing patient care on a fill-in basis. Brian graduated from Fresno State University in 1992 and has been involved with private practice development and outpatient physical therapy since that time. Brian attended grade school in the Redding area before moving to the San Diego area for high school. Brian then attended Fresno State University, receiving his degree in Physical Therapy. He is involved in community outreaches, has served as Anderson High Schools athletic team therapist, and enjoys developing physical therapy programs. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his two daughters, playing basketball, golfing, wake-surfing, and cycling.
Connor Lenihan, PTA
Connor is a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant that works under the direction and supervision of our physical therapists to help patients recovering from injuries and illnesses. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from John Brown University in 2011. Connor went on to continue his education at Clarkson College to earn his Associates of Science and to become a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant. He is originally from Omaha, Nebraska and enjoys being active outdoors, traveling, watching soccer, learning new languages, and spending time with friends. Connor is excited to be living in Northern California and looks forward to the year round nice weather.
Lucy, PT Tech
Lucy loves her job as a pool technician at Anderson Physical Therapy. She enjoys her interactions with patients and being a part of their treatment program. Lucy is not afraid of a challenge and strives to make personal connections with everyone she meets. When she is not working, Lucy spends her time outdoors hiking or at the lake, and enjoys road trips with family and friends.
Ryan, PT Tech
Ryan received his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from Biola University in 2013. He worked as a strength coach and personal trainer for several years in Colorado before moving to Redding and beginning to work at Anderson Physical Therapy. Ryan enjoys all things related to sports and fitness. In his free time, he likes doing outdoor activities or playing video games and binge watching TV shows with his wife, Sarah and his dog, Flurry.
Lanarra, PT Tech
Lanarra graduated from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs with her B.S. in Health Sciences emphasizing in pre-physical therapy. She is originally from Southern California but currently lives in Redding. She enjoys working with patients in the clinic and is looking forward to her future in the physical therapy field. Lanarra loves spending time with family and friends, playing volleyball, watching sports, and being outdoors.
Nicki joined Anderson Physical Therapy in August of 2014 having previously spent several years working in the medical community. She is known for her cheerful personality and genuinely enjoys working with patients. She welcomes patients, schedules appointments, and verifies patients’ insurance plans. As a mother of two young children, she and her family enjoy spending time camping, drag racing, and doing DIY projects.
Hannah originally came from Sacramento where she studied Business Administration and joined the Anderson Physical Therapy team in March of 2017, where she thoroughly enjoys helping and talking with the patients. She currently volunteers in the city of Redding and enjoys making connections with the residents there. She spends her free time exploring and chasing adventure. Her motto for life is to really live, not just exist.