Meet Our Physical Therapy Team

Chrissy Migliore

Chrissy attended Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences with an Anatomy and Physiology concentration. She received her Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Her focus is on individualized quality care and encourages an active lifestyle. Some of her clinical interests include Orthopedics, Postural Restoration with a Sports and Orthopedic focus, Gait Analysis, Women’s Health, Biomechanical Evaluation, and Spinal Health with Core Training.

Outside of work, Chrissy enjoys an active lifestyle including running with her husband, skiing, watching her two daughters play sports, playing with her dog, and spending time with her friends and family.

Donna Flowers

Donna Flowers is a Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer with degrees from UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco. She was a professional ice skater and toured with Ice Follies, then coached, and has supported US Figure Skating as a PT/ATC at numerous National and International events since 1987, including the 1998 Nagano, 2002 Salt Lake City, and 2018 South Korean Olympic Games.

Donna has designed programs for elite amateur and professional athletes for over 35 years and has been a consultant to the San Jose Sharks since 1993. She uses a variety of approaches, including Pilates apparatus, functional testing, motor patterning, and manual therapy.

In her free time she likes to bake, hike, cycle, and spend time with her adult children.

Michael Marcello

Michael Marcello earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at San Jose State University and his Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of the Pacific in Stockton. Michael is experi- enced in sports medicine, orthopedics, and concussion exertional physical therapy. Michael appre- ciates and utilizes current evidence-based treatment/interventions, continuing education courses and exercise to promote optimal function and performance. Michael, a Bay Area native, enjoys exercising, watching sports and spending time with his family and friends. Michael is a 49ers, Giants, Warriors and Sharks fan as well.

Carolyn Miclean

Carolyn grew up in the Bay Area and has lived on the peninsula all of her adult life. As a founder member of the Bay Club in Redwood Shores, living and promoting a healthy lifestyle are values she holds personally and professionally. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at UCLA, and a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific. She brings 20 years of clinical experience treating children, teens and adults with a one-on-one, hands-on approach to patient care.  She enjoys working to restore each patient to an optimal level of function and performance, whether it is after an acute injury, a need for post-operative rehabilitation, or to regain an active lifestyle from more complicated issues related to fibromyalgia and hypermobility.  Carolyn and her husband are parents of four grown sons.  Her interests outside of work include spending time working out at the Bay Club, snow and waterskiing, gardening, and healthy cooking.

Gary Kang
Physical Therapy Assistant

Gary Kang is a driven practitioner who has a passion for helping people positively change their lives through improved movement. Gary graduated from Gurnick Academy of Medical Art in 2015, with distinction. Since entering the Physical Therapy field, Gary’s understanding of human movement has continued to evolve, and he takes great pride in seeing his patients meet their goals. He utilizes principles from a number of renowned movement schools of thought including Movement Links, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, and Institute of Physical Art. Gary’s objective with each patient is to assess the integration and dynamic interaction of each structure (muscles, joints, ligament, fascia) instead of looking at the body as separate structures. By effectively implementing this approach, Gary is able to understand and communicate why a person is in pain or why certain performance goals are not being met. Gary's skill sets includes, but not limited to, active/passive manual techniques, neuromuscular facilitatory techniques and movement analysis and correction, Graston, Rock Tape, Myofascial decompression techniques. Gary also specializes in TMJ assessment and treatment. 

When he is not in the office, Gary enjoys spending time with friends and family, wine tasting, practicing Tai Chi and Chi gong, traveling, and exploring new restaurants in the Bay Area.

Alice Nikzat
Office Manager, Los Gatos

Alice received a B.S. in Business Administration and Management at Touro University and is a licensed Phlebotomist and certified Medical Assistant. She has over 13 years experience in the Health Systems field and is bilingual in English and Farsi. In her spare time, Alice enjoys spending time with her family and using her creativity to design hair accessories.

Elizabeth Diaz
Office Manager, Redwood City

Elizabeth joined the BaySport family in 2004 and is located in our Redwood City office. As the office manager, she strives to provide each patient and client with the best experience from their initial contact to their last visit. Elizabeth enjoys working in a caring and supportive environment while assisting patients with their health goals. It comes natural to her after having many years experience working in the medical community. She was raised in San Francisco and eagerly made the move to the Peninsula with her husband. She enjoys the outdoors, movies, and spending time with friends and family.