AboutOrange County Physical Therapy OCPT

Orange County Physical Therapy (OCPT) thrives on providing the most optimal results in the least amount of sessions possible. We accomplish this by having a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) assess your needs and develop a plan specific to your new or chronic condition. Each doctor is highly trained and educated on current and effective treatment procedures that produce faster results. This is why every treatment session is one on one with a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT).

We focus each physical therapy treatment on listening to your concerns to discover the underling cause to why you are experiencing pain and/or difficulty with your daily activities. Each treatment session is specified to improve pain, limitations, and to achieve the best outcomes for your goals.

We have a variety of skill sets to provide you with to help meet your physical needs. Whether your goal is to return to a sport, activity, or improve daily pain experiences following an injury or surgery, we strive to expand your knowledge about your pain or injury and teach you how you can be an active participant in your recovery.

Mission Statement

Live. Life. Now. : OCPT restores and promotes a healthy lifestyle by encouraging physical wellness to all its surrounding communities.

Dr. Victor Rusenescu

(Bilingual in English & Romanian)

Dr. Victor Rusenescu, DPT

Dr. Victor Rusenescu, DPT is a native of Southern Orange County, California. He received his doctoral degree in 2007 from Loma Linda University. He started his passion for providing quality care in 1999 and has over 19 years’ experience in the field of physical therapy.

In addition to treating patients, Victor spends time building knowledge, both in Physical Therapy and related subjects such as sporting articles, food and diet recipes and new findings on techniques and strategies to continually advance his practice. This gives him the capacity and intuition to make clinical judgments and treatments to help specific clients when needed.

Victor not only shares his passion, knowledge, experience with his clients – he empathizes and relates due to his love for the outdoors and sports. He is an athlete himself and lives a very active lifestyle, including cycling, running, golfing and tennis. A lot of what his clients suffer from, he may have gone through himself and knows what it takes to get through the aches and pains to be able to avoid surgeries, injections or invasive procedures. He practices a holistic rehab process/approach daily, which is what he wants to teach and promote to his clients.

He and his wife, Janet, are committed to making OCPT a clinic based around helping others better themselves in regaining their everyday lives back. Janet is also in the healthcare field and works as a Perinatal RN at a local hospital. Together, Victor and Janet are dedicated to the service of helping others.

  • Specializes in Tennis Players
  • Sports Medicine (Specifically Helping with Complicated Athlete)s
  • Dr. David Enfinger

    Dr. David Enfinger, DPT, OCS Clinical Manager

    TPI Certified

    David was born and raised in Southern California. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the University of Southern California. He has found his undergraduate studies have enabled him to assist patients in making life changes, for health and physical transformation.

    Later, David pursued his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of Southern California. He gained experience in ACL reconstruction at USC’s Human Performance Laboratory, while participating in research on “Macro- and Micro-Morphological Characteristics of PatellarTendons Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction”. David also has experience in rehabbing baseball injuries and return to sport, while interning with the Cleveland Indians. He has also served as a board member for a California Non-Profit 501(c)(3), Movement Alliance, that focuses on preventive care and education for youth coaches and athletes.

    David utilizes his manual therapy, movement analysis assessment (CAFS), strengthening exercises, and movement retraining to meet each patient’s goals. He strives to bring a positive and caring energy to his practice, and feels blessed to be a part of each person’s road to recovery. In his free time, you can find David walking his dog around the back bay, at a HITT or Spin class, watching basketball and football, and trying local food spots.

  • Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • TPI Certified
  • Shoulder specialist
  • Specializes in Baseball Players and Golfers
  • ACL Pre and Post Rehab
  • Hip Labral Repairs
  • Dr. Brittany Kazane, DPT

    Brittany received her bachelors degree in Exercise Science at CSU Long Beach in 2016. She then went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at CSU Long Beach in 2020. She has worked in various settings of neurological conditions, dizziness/vestibular rehab, and orthopedics, allowing her to be able to cater to all patients that come into physical therapy.

    Brittany is passionate about working with people to find an individualized program to achieve their goals. She achieves this through movement analysis, manual therapy, neuromuscular re-education, and a targeted exercise program. Outside of physical therapy, she enjoys weight lifting, hanging out at the beach, walking her dog, and trying new restaurants. Her favorite cuisine is Italian.

  • Movement analysis
  • Knee pain, both surgical and non-surgical
  • Balance
  • Preventative care
  • Patrick Le

    Dr. Patrick Le, DPT

    Patrick earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2023, following his pursuit of higher education. Prior to this, he pursued his undergraduate studies at California State University, Fullerton, where he studied Kinesiology with a specialized focus on Clinical Movement Science in 2019.

    With clinical experience predominantly in orthopedic and sports settings, Patrick has managed a variety of conditions, spanning from neurological disorders to post-operative rehabilitation, TMJ dysfunction, and high-level athlete care. He firmly advocates for the power of education and awareness in health, recognizing its pivotal role in injury prevention and pain management. This belief is deeply rooted in Patrick's personal journey, marked by both familial influences and a firsthand understanding of sports-related injuries sustained throughout his soccer-playing years.

    Beyond the professional realm, Patrick embraces an active lifestyle, attending concerts and festivals, and traveling!


    Victoria Valdez, SPT

    Victoria received her Bachelors in Kinesiology from San Diego State University in 2018. She went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2024. Victoria has clinical experience ranging from treating weekend warriors to high-level athletes. Her exposure to neurological and orthopedic populations makes her capable of treating anyone seeking physical therapy.

    Victoria is keen on collaborating with her patients to create the plan that best fits them and their needs to get back to what they love. She is passionate about working with endurance athletes, especially cyclists, to make sure they’re comfortable and functioning at their best on their long endeavors.

    Outside of the clinic, you can find Victoria enjoying the great outdoors while riding her bike, running, hiking, or camping.

    Specialties/Comfortable treating:
  • Knee pain
  • Preventative care
  • Endurance athletes (runners and cyclists)
  • Dr. Matthew

    Matthew received his Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from CSU Fullerton in 2019, and then went on to receive his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The University of St. Augustine in 2023.

    Matthew has extensive experience with orthopedics and vestibular rehab, and has had great success with treating Track & Field athletes and runners. He aims to treat his patients how he would want a family member to be treated in order to help them return to the activities and hobbies they love for a fun and fulfilling lifestyle.

    Outside of the clinic, Matthew enjoys spending time with his wife, traveling, enjoying the great outdoors, and is a foodie. His favorite cuisine is Vietnamese and Japanese.

  • ACL prevention and post surgical
  • BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)
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