Chris Feng is a physical therapist with over a decade of experience working with clients and patients in a variety of ages and stages. He was born and raised in the SF bay area attending Saratoga High School, and then Santa Clara University, graduating with a B.S. in Biology.
He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Duke University in North Carolina. He then chose to work (and fine tune his budding surfing prowess) in Hawaii for several years. Life, i.e. his future wife, led to a move to Virginia for a short stint where he worked in various physical therapy settings with a focus in orthopaedics. He completed the Kaiser Advanced Orthopaedic Manual Therapy mentorship when he moved back to the bay area.
Currently, he enjoys treating a myriad of musculoskeletal and pain conditions with an interest in the neck and thoracic spine. Chris is thankful to be with Agile Physical Therapy and continues to have a passion for what he does: finding innovative ways to help his patients, with attention to new developments and trends arising in the field.
Chris is also a father of three young kids and his outside interests include church, exercise in a myriad of forms (walking, cycling, swimming, tennis, slacklining), guitar, piano, reading, breathing as a discipline, and has also picked up juggling.