Meet the Team

Since 2003, our family has grown from a team of three to a team of over 100 people! Our "cRUw" is key to our success and we truly take pride in the family we've built over the years. The Rehab United Difference Begins with Our People.

Whitney Landis, PT, DPT, FAFS, CAFS

Physical Therapist  |  Director of Women's Health


Hometown: Guerneville, California

Education: B.A. from Occidental College (2006), DPT from Chapman University (2010)

Sports: Triathlon, running, surfing, snowboarding, hiking, yoga.

Hobbies: Cooking (and eating), taking my dog to the beach, camping, reading.

Favorite Foods: Chocolate, peanut butter, anything with chocolate AND peanut butter, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies (no raisins).

Nickname: Whit

Fun Fact About You: I am very opinionated about all things food related (hint: raisins do not belong in oatmeal cookies).

Biography: Whitney was born and raised in Northern California, where she began swimming and playing water polo.  Whitney then went on to attend Occidental College in Los Angeles, where she swam, played water polo, and completed her BA in Kinesiology in 2006.  Multiple shoulder injuries introduced Whitney to physical therapy and she completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Chapman University in 2010.  Since that time, Whitney has developed a passion for treating women’s health conditions, including pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, breast capsular contracture and shoulder girdle pain due to mastectomy and reconstructive surgery.


Whitney has completed additional training with completion of the year-long GIFT fellowship in Applied Functional Science to become a Graduate Fellow in Applied Functional Science (FAFS) in 2015. The Gray Institute for Functional Transformation (GIFT) is designed to enable participants to achieve proficiency, competence, confidence, and credibility in all aspects of Applied Functional Science® through an understanding of functional principles, strategies, and techniques appropriate for use with patients and clients of all types and for all purposes including prevention, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement.   Whitney has also taken advanced classes in the evaluation and treatment of pelvic pain and incontinence through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and FeMale Chain Reaction through the Gray Institute.


In her free time, Whitney competes in running and triathlon events and enjoys surfing, hiking, and yoga.