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Do you feel limited due to pain or have been dealing with an ongoing issue?

Have you been told by another healthcare provider that you shouldn’t be doing your sport or activity?


At Sphere, we believe in a holistic approach — to get you back to playing a sport, playing with your kids or grandkids, or even hiking with friends. We help you become more well rounded so that you can experience lasting results.

Life keeps going. So should you. Don’t let injuries hold you back.

​​Our goal is to not only alleviate pain and discomfort, but also to help clients regain their strength, flexibility, and independence so they can resume their daily activities and enjoy a better quality of life. With our expertise and guidance, clients can overcome physical limitations and achieve their full potential.


Physical Therapist, Strength and Conditioning Coach

Cheri holds a B.S. in Nutritional Sciences with a concentration in physiology and metabolism from UC Berkeley and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California. Before pursuing her doctorate, she worked with the Strength and Conditioning Coaches for UC Berkeley's Women's Volleyball and Basketball teams and as a personal trainer in San Francisco.

Cheri is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, a certified Functional Range Conditioning® Mobility Specialist through Functional Anatomy Seminars, and a certified USA Weightlifting Sport Performance Coach. She integrates strength and conditioning principles into her rehabilitation approach to provide comprehensive care to her patients.

Outside of work, Cheri enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, bouldering, hiking, strength training, and spending time with her fiancée. She is a member of the NSCA, USA Weightlifting Association, and the USA Track & Field Association.


  • University of Southern California — Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • University of California, Berkeley — B.S. in Nutritional Science, with a concentration in physiology and metabolism

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