Whether you’re looking to recover from an injury, improve your athletic performance, or just make sure your mechanics are performing at the optimal level, we’re here to help you along your path to lifetime wellness.
One-on-one, hands-on treatments designed around your unique body and goals
Tailored exercise programs to improve movement and function
Pinpoint to the root cause of your condition for lasting pain relief
One Embarcadero Center- Lobby Level San Francisco, CA 94111 Phone: 415-799-3300
Fax: (415) 799-3301
I have always been a fan of Grey’s Anatomy, and I like to imagine if Dr. McDreamy were a physical therapist, he would start every day with the quote, “It’s a beautiful day to fix bodies.” I believe that every patient can achieve their best version of themself. I strive to use my expertise in physical therapy to help patients achieve their goals with various techniques,
skills, and evidence-based practice. My goal is to make sure every patient feels heard,
acknowledged, and motivated to get back to their best self. To become your best self, a person must believe in themself and be active in their recovery. My role is to guide them through that process and give them the necessary tools for a successful restoration. I treat my patients like family and enjoy creating lifelong relationships in the process of their recovery.
Experience: I have worked with all types of orthopedic injuries ranging from post-operative care to tendinopathies, back pain, cervicalgia, fractures, postural changes, growth pains, adolescent
sports injuries, etc.
Professional License and Certification:
Licensed Physical Therapist, State of California
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, California State University, Fresno (PT, DPT)
Bachelor of Science, General Biology, University of California, San Diego
Enjoys soccer, hiking, swimming, Pilates
She enjoys traveling, photography, adventuring with her four-legged child (woof)
Arnelle Kodjo, PT, DPT, ATC
I believe each person should feel confident in their body’s ability to complete any challenge life may throw at them. I love developing individualized treatment programs specific to the needs of each body, and the tasks or sports that are important to them.
My philosophy is to help each person return to a level of function above where they may have been pre-injury by incorporating performance training themes, evidence-based practice and awareness to the psychosocial aspects that may influence a person’s health. I use an eclectic approach based on the skills and experience I have gained through my years of patient care as an Athletic Trainer, continuing education, and peer collaboration. I especially enjoy treating patients with lower extremity injuries, shoulder pain, thoracic and low back pain.”
Originally from Maryland, Arnelle now calls Oakland home and enjoys skateboarding, playing tennis and hiking.