Our Staff

The staff here at Creative Therapeutics is made up of experienced Physical Therapists specializing in functional mobilization and manual therapy, craniosacral techniques, visceral manipulation, and much more.

Sandra Bausman, P.T.

Sandra is the co-owner of CTPT and brings a myriad of clinical experience to her treatment philosophies. She graduated from CSUF Physical Therapy Program in 1979 with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy. She earned her CAPP (Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy) in 2009, and her WCS board certification as a Women's Health Clinical Specialist in 2011. Her experience includes extensive training in the areas of pelvic pain and dysfunction, TMJ dysfunctions, myofascial dysfunctions and fibromyalgia, craniosacral and visceral mobilization, and soft tissue techniques. She has also taught at seminars and serves as a guest lecturer at CSU, Fresno. She has recently completed certification with the Integrative Pelvic Health Institute as a Women's Health Coach.

Nancy Larson, P.T.

Nancy graduated from CSU, Fresno in 1979 with a Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy. Her career has involved varied experiences from treating pediatric to geriatric patient populations for both neurologic and orthopedic dysfunctions. She has extensive experience in treating Fibromyalgia, MFPD and pre/postnatal patients. She earned her certification as a Women's Health Specialist in 2011, completing the APTA courses in the evaluation and treatment of pelvic dysfunctions for both men and women. She also uses craniosacral, visceral mobilization and myofascial techniques along with individualized exercise programs to treat both chronic and acute symptoms. She is a co-owner of Creative Therapeutics, Inc.. Her experience includes extensive continuing education and experience in the area of head, neck and TMJ dysfunctions, speaking at conferences to the dental profession. This has led her to be a guest lecturer for the CSU, Fresno PT program for several years. Nancy enjoys teaching and mentoring and has served as the Clinical Coordinator for intern involvement at CTPT from several colleges and universities, and providing mentoring/training to these interns. The last few years have also led her to study Health coaching and gain her certification in this area. Nancy views physical therapy as a mission in her life and helping patients gives her fulfillment.