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.
Daniel Bastin, DPT
Daniel is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio but left the Buckeye State to pursue his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He graduated in 2013 with his Bachelor's Degree in Movement Science. Daniel continued on to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Michigan-Flint in 2018. During his time in Flint and beyond, Daniel has focused on treating orthopedic and neurological conditions within the outpatient setting. He uses an active approach to care in combination with manual techniques to help patients regain their independence. During his free time, Daniel enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, volleyball, tennis, and spending time with his family and dog, Bria. He is excited to provide his services to the patients at Anderson Physical Therapy in order to empower them during and after their rehab journeys.
Kayley Borges, PTA
Kayley is a San Diego native who moved to Redding in January 2020. She began her career in physical therapy at the age of 18 as a tech, before moving on to an office manager position for 4 years in an outpatient clinic similar to Anderson Physical Therapy. She completed her general education at Palomar College and graduated with honors from the Accredited Physical Therapist Assistant Program at San Diego Mesa College in 2019. Kayley is an avid scuba diver and hiker, and also enjoys boating, sailing, paddle boarding, and traveling. She is excited to explore Northern California and take advantage of the local year round outdoor activities.
Megan, PT Tech
Megan was born and raised in Northern California. She recently graduated from Red Bluff High School and plans to attend PTA school in the future, specializing in Aquatic Therapy. Megan has been very involved with multiple sports throughout her life and loves working with athletes the most. When Megan is not working as a tech at Anderson Physical Therapy, you can find her at a country concert or hanging out with her German Sheppard Titan.
Baylie, PT Tech
Baylie was born and raised in Redding and graduated from Enterprise High School with former experience working with athletes on the Sports Medicine Team. She plans to pursue a career in Traveling Occupational Therapy, working in a clinical environment. At Anderson Physical Therapy, Baylie loves getting to know the patients and seeing them progress every time they visit. In her free time, Baylie enjoys painting, thrifting or playing sports such as softball, soccer and volleyball with family and friends.
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.
Erin has spent most of her life in Northern California but has also had the experience of living in the PNW. She resides in Redding with her husband and their cat, Winston. Erin has worked in the medical field for many years and enjoys getting to know patients as well as helping in many ways where she can. When she's not in the office you can find her performing on stage at local theatres, putting her culinary skills to the test, or traveling all over to explore historical sites and ghost towns.