Allen Ling - CEO Physical Therapy Innovations, Founder of Gen-7
“Tammara Moore is not only an exceptional therapist, she has demonstrated in the 20 years I have known her to be adaptable and smart in the way she goes about evolving her practice. She does not cower when faced with challenges and adversity, and continues to set an example of what PTs should always strive for: professional independence and great patient outcomes. “
Valerie Collins - Owner, Kai Kala Craniosacral & Massage Therapy
“Tammara Moore is an absolute expert in her field! She takes a pro-active approach to sports medicine. If an injury occurs, Tammara and her first-class team provide cutting-edge treatments to get you back in the game and keep you there! I was fortunate to have met her several years ago and receive regular treatments from Tammara and her colleague which kept me competitive in paddling outrigger canoe. I have since moved to Honolulu…I miss her!”
“Tammara Moore is one of the most prolific and effective coaches that I have had the privilege of training. Professional coaching is all about results. Tammara has a proven track record of creating successful outcomes in the lives and businesses of her clients for nearly 16 years. Her straightforward, no nonsense coaching and consulting interventions pierce to the core of acute and chronic performance issues. Tammara’s commitment to her clients is without compromise.”
Phil Brady - Director of Applied Science at SPARTA PERFORMANCE SCIENCE
“Tammara is, without question, the best Physical Therapist I have ever come in contact with. Her deep level of passion for her patients, understanding of mechanisms behind injury and ability to manually treat those injuries allows for maximal benefit in the shortest amount of time.”
Dr. Joseph S. Tuman Professor of Legal and Political Communication, Terrorism, Counter Terrorism and Rhetoric, San Francisco State University
“I am delighted to write this enthusiastic letter of support for Dr. Tamara Moore, who has served as my physical therapist for the last several decades.
In addition to being a university professor, I have been a competitive age grouper in triathlon—at the sprint, Olympic, half Ironman and full Ironman distance—as well in competitive running, from high school cross racing into adulthood and more than 40 marathon races.
In triathlon I have completed in excess of 200 hundred races, 14 of which were full Ironman races, 44 of which were half Ironman competitions and the remainder were both Olympic and sprint distance. I have finished in the top 20 for my age group nationally in Olympic and the top ten for sprint in the past, and also count being ranked in the top five percent in my age group globally in Ironman races three times in the last decade.
In marathoning I qualified five times for Boston as well many other races. In Triathlon I have qualified for Kona (world championships) and the half Ironman world championships on multiple occasions. My best finish in a full Ironman was a second place finish in my age group.
It is no understatement to observe that all this racing came with many injuries over the years; in sports you learn the hard way that injuries are part of the deal.
Which brings me back to Dr. Moore. Each time I came back beaten up, muscles pulled, shoulder dislocated, arches collapsed and so on, Tamara always put me back together, blending time honored techniques of traditional therapy with her passion and intellectual interest in new modalities and technology. More important (and I think relevant) for your interest in Dr. Moore, she also engaged me in programs designed to PREVENT these same and other injuries.
Without peer, she is simply the finest physical therapist I have ever known. She is also a healer. And her approach to working with individuals who perform many kinds of athletic and physical challenges is informed by her own athleticism. If she never mentioned this—she has competed at Kona as well. It goes without saying, therefore, that I strongly recommend Dr. Moore to you.”