Esther Globerman - PT, DPT
Esther Globeman has practiced physical therapy in Ventura since 2005. She is a California native who's been helping people with Physical Therapy Since 1995. Esther earned both her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy and her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science from California State University, Northridge. She recently graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion with an emphasis in Practice Management. Esther is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, including the California chapter and is nationally registered in the APTA's Orthopedic, Private Practice and Women's Health sections.
Esther has trained extensively in post graduate courses in Parkinson's Disease, Chronic Pain Rehabilitation, Manual Therapy, Pilates based rehabilitation among others, and is well known for her focus on Women's Health Therapy including pelvic pain, incontinence, pregnancy and post-partum recovery.
Esther and her husband Randy, a career Ventura County Firefighter and EMT, enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle raising their two children.
Heather Quaal - PT
Heather has been a physical therapist for over 20 years. She grew up in the foothills of Yosemite. She received her physical therapy degree from California State University, Long Beach. She has worked with patients of all ages, her oldest patient being a 101 years old and her youngest being 10 months old. She has practiced in acute care, sub acute care, and outpatient settings. Her passion is working with the everyday person and helping them return to their optimum physical level and participate in activities that they love. She has had extensive coursework in orthopedic rehabilitation and is experienced with TMD patients.
She lives in Ventura with her two teenage children, dog, and two cats. Her interests are tennis, running, cycling and reading.
Kimberly Barnard - PT, DPT
Kim Barnard graduated from Marymount University in Arlington, VA where she earned both her
Bachelor’s in science and Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has been practicing Physical Therapy, primarily in the orthopedic outpatient setting since 2004. In 2014, she underwent pelvic floor physical therapy training through the Herman and Wallace Institute and has been working with women and men pelvic floor patients as well as outpatient orthopedic patients. She also enjoys working with the sports rehabilitation patients as she played competitive NCAA soccer at Marymount University.
Kim strongly believes in utilizing manual therapy, including myofascial release, joint mobilizations with manual stretching in combination with strengthening, stabilization and balance to restore functional physiological movement. She is passionate about returning her patients to their maximum level of function.
She moved to Ventura from San Diego with her husband and 2 kids in 2018 and has been working at Globerman Physical Therapy since November 2018. While in San Diego, Kim was the director of an outpatient clinic which provided orthopedic, pelvic floor, pediatric, and acupuncture services. Kim and her family enjoy being outdoors, going to the beach, hiking and bike riding.
Carly Soltman - PT, DPT
Carly Soltman graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2010 with a degree in psychology and a passion for supporting others. After a personal family experience, she got a true glimpse of and appreciation for how influential physical therapists can be in a patient’s recovery and healing. She immediately sought and achieved her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Chapman University in 2017. At Chapman, she was introduced to the pelvic floor and knew she was meant to work with this special population. During her PT program, she took a 16-week rigorous course for pelvic floor physical therapy and worked at St. Joseph’s in Orange, specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction. Since graduating, she has enjoyed working with people of various conditions including pelvic floor, neurologic and orthopedic challenges. She enjoys getting to know her patients and prioritizes helping her patients reach their goals and improve their quality of life. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and family, practicing yoga, hiking and reading a book at the beach.
Ashley Cribbs - PTA
Ashley Cribbs graduated from Loma Linda University with her Physical Therapy Assistance degree in 2018. She also attended California Lutheran University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2016. Ashley has always had a passion for helping people and found her calling when she went through physical therapy herself as a junior in high school. Before entering PTA school, Ashley was a volunteer for 3 years where she saw a broad aspect of patients. As a volunteer she found that she enjoyed helping patients who where recovering form neurological injuries. When Ashley entered PTA school, she made sure to have a clinical rotation that specialized in helping patients who had neurological injuries. Ashley has been working at Globerman Physical therapy since October 2018 and is passionate about helping her community.
Ashley was born and raised in Ventura, CA and played soccer throughout her childhood including two years at Ventura College. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, loves reading a good mystery book, and baking.