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Charmaine Clamor has been a licensed physical therapist since 2000, with experience in acute, ICU, inpatient, neurology, rehab, outpatient, aquatic, women's health, pediatrics and home health. The supervisor of an outpatient orthopedic facility in downtown Los Angeles for seven years, Charmaine focuses on women's health, particularly pelvic floor rehabilitation.  She takes pride in her holistic approach, advocating for non-invasive treatments that encourage the body to heal organically and naturally.


Charmaine has always been a unique physical therapist; she is also a celebrated vocal performing artist. This innate musicality results in heightened listening, deeper connections with clients, and an ability to turn physical therapy into an expression of art. In 2010, while touring the world, Charmaine faced her own pelvic floor challenges, as well as multiple allergies, digestive problems  and hormonal imbalances.  From her own extensive research and highly selected healthcare partners, she recovered successfully. These experiences, along with visceral (organ) manipulation, energy healing (Reiki), functional nutrition, mind and body connection, fascia work, movement impairment analysis, form her treatment approach -- which, when combined with evidence-based medicine, results in a powerful program.


Credentials & Training

Master of Physical Therapy (Cal State University, Northridge)

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation (Herman & Wallace)

Movement System Impairment Syndromes (Shirley Sahrmann)

Manual Therapy (North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy)

Propioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF)

Resistance Flexibilty/Meridian Flexibility (Level 3)

Certified Kinesiotape Practitioner

Ergonomic Counselling

Certified Reiki Practitioner

Visceral Manipulation (Barral Institute)

Functional Nutrition (Integrative Women's Health Institute)

Women's Health Coaching (Integrative Women's Health Institute)


Link to Client Testimonials


Community Work:


-  First practitioner to receive a grant from Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health to give Pelvic Health Education seminars to kids, teens and adults in County schools and community centers. (2023)


- Worked under a Care Act grant to offer healing services to prioritized communities of Los Angeles County during the early pandemic. (2020)


- Opened the first pro bono pelvic floor rehab in Historic Filipinotown, in collaboration with Filipino American Service Group, Inc. (2019)


-  Supervises the Cal State University-Northridge Pro Bono Clinic for the unhoused, in collaboration with the UCLA Mobile Clinic. (2018 to present)

- Part-time faculty at her alma mater, Cal State Univ, Northridge, DPT Program. (2018 to present)


- Co- founder of The Better Angels, a sacred community of healers and healthcare practitioners who offer free. services to the Los Angeles community. (2015 to present).








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