About Dr. Loreto:
Dr. Loreto graduated from Loma Linda University from the Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2011. He has been practicing orthopedics and sports medicine in a private setting since 2002. His specialization includes vestibular rehabilitation, sports medicine and spinal manual therapy which includes completion of seminars at USC with Dr. Peter Gibbons MB, BS, DO, DM-SMed, MHSc, Dr. Philip Tehan DO, Dip. Physiotherapy, MHSc and Dr. Stuart McGill, PhD. Dr. Loreto has been a guest lecturer for the Post-Professional Masters in Physical Therapy students at Loma Linda University since 2012. He received his Clinical Instructor Credentialing from the APTA in 2013 which has enabled him to elevate his physical therapy students experience when completing their clinical rotations. He speaks Spanish fluently.
Dr. Loreto continued desire to further his knowledge for the betterment of the Physical Therapy profession in movement science and health ultimately lead him back to his alma mater at Loma Linda University where he is currently completing his PhD degree in Physical Therapy. Some of his research includes analysis of morphological changes between intervertebral disc protrusions and manual interventions using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). His current research dissertation topic includes studies in the release and effects of specific biomarkers, Psychoneuroimmunology and spinal manipulations/mobilizations in Physical Therapy.