Welcome to our innovative employee-owned physical therapy clinic, where we are passionate about empowering our patients to reach their full potential. Our expert therapists deliver personalized care that is tailored to your unique needs, helping you achieve your goals and live your best life. With our top rankings in patient satisfaction, you can trust us to deliver exceptional results.
General Physical Therapy
Balance Training & Fall Prevention
Blood Flow Restriction Therapy
Pre/Post Surgery Rehab
Sports Injury Rehab & Performance Training
81557 Dr Carreon Blvd.
Indio, CA 92201
phone: (760) 347-6195
fax: (760) 347-2849
8:00am–6:30pmDriving directions >
Clinic Director, PT, DPT, OCSRead Bio
Clinic Director, PT, DPT, OCS
Vincent J. Kambe, a native of Southern California, received his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 2004. He then went on to complete his doctorate in Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University in 2007.
While at Azusa Pacific his education provided him the ability to refine his physical therapy techniques. His training included clinical rotations in an orthopedic setting, acute care at a trauma one hospital, and pediatric care.
Since graduation, Vincent’s concentration has been focused in orthopedics. His passion for health and wellness and a deep desire to help people has inspired him to further his education. Vincent completed an orthopedic residency with the Evidence in Motion group. Recently he became a board certified orthopedic specialist, a designation that only two percent of his profession has been able to achieve. Vincent is a twice published author in "The Journal of Applied Research" on the subject of diet and exercise. Community involvement is also a priority, as he gives numerous public lectures and has been involved with fundraisers for the arthritis foundation and breast cancer awareness. An Avid outdoorsman he enjoys playing golf, hiking and basketball. Vincent resides with his wife Heather, four year old son Daniel and two year old daughter Isabella in La Quinta, California.
Azusa Pacific University Azusa, CA 2005-2007
Doctor of Physical Therapy
California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, CA 2001-2004
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
PT, DPT, OCSRead Bio
PT, DPT, OCS
Ian grew up in Irvine, CA. In 2013, he graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a bachelor's degree in Natural Science. In 2016, Ian earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine.
Ian has been with Movement for Life Physical Therapy since earning his Doctorate in 2016. He spent two years in the San Luis Obispo area before moving out to the Coachella Valley.
Ian’s primary interest is in orthopedics, which led him to pursue an orthopedic residency through Movement for Life and the University of Southern California. Ian recently earned his board certification in orthopedics, a designation that less than 6% of physical therapists nationally obtain. Ian is also certified in blood flow restriction training (BFR) which is a modality that aims to speed up recovery and muscle growth. Since moving to the desert region, Ian has started to enjoy golfing. In order to better serve the residents of the Coachella Valley and the many golfers, Ian is also working on certification through the Titleist Performance Institute. Outside of the clinic, Ian enjoys going to the beach to bodysurf, hiking, watching sports, and has embraced the local sports of golf and pickleball. Ian lives in La Quinta with his beautiful wife Nicole. Ian believes in treating the whole person and that there are many factors that can play a role in someone’s recovery. It is Ian’s passion to help you return to the activities you love.
“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other” -Abraham Lincoln
University of St. Augustine, San Marcos, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, August 2016
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California
Bachelor of Science, Natural Science (Pre-physical Therapy Emphasis), May 2013
Angi was raised in the Coachella Valley and has been a member of Team Movement for Life since 2013. Over the years she has worked as an aide and front office assistant for the AVID Indio office. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Health Science focusing on community health at CSU Fresno. She later returned to school to become a Physical Therapist Assistant and attended San Juan College in New Mexico. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family especially with her nephew playing at the park or watching Paw patrol. She also enjoys exploring the many hiking trails the Coachella Valley has to offer, going to the movies (mainly for the popcorn), and participating in Spartan obstacle runs.
San Juan College, Farmington NM
Associate of Applied Science, Physical Therapist Assistant, Dec. 2019
California State University, Fresno. Fresno CA.
Bachelor of Science, Health Science- Community Health Option, May 2012
PT, DPTRead Bio
Sumin was born and raised in South Korea and moved to Kennesaw, Georgia. She attended Kennesaw State University and received B.S in Exercise Science in 2017. Sumin then moved to Portland Maine to receive a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of New England in 2022. Sumin is interested in treating a patient with chronic pain and Parkinson's. She is also achieved LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) BIG in 2021. Outside of clinic, Sumin like to go hiking and backpacking.
University of New England, Portland, Maine
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2022
Front Office ManagerRead Bio
Front Office Manager
Hello, my name is Kathrine. Friends and family call me Katie.
I have lived here in the beautiful desert all my life.
I’ve been with Movement for life for 13 going on 14 years. I started as an aide and now I’m currently the front office manager.
I enjoy being a Mom the most to my two kids. I also recently got engaged as well and we plan on growing our family as well.
I enjoy hiking in the beautiful desert mountains and trails.
I love being around family and friends and barbequing. I enjoy going to concerts and shows as well but nothing compares to the love I have for sports. We attend Dodger games regularly and even go out of the state for them. I think that is what draws me the most also to physical therapy. Movement is always involved and important. I plan on being here for the next 14 years to come.
Adrianna was born and raised in the Coachella Valley and acknowledges the land as traditional Cahuilla territory. Upon graduation from Indio High School, they studied Kinesiology at San Diego State University and returned to the area in order to provide high-quality service to the community. After being a PT technician/aide for multiple years, they were able to complete additional education in order to obtain a license to treat clients directly.
Adrianna is passionate about treating each individual's needs and is continuing education with an emphasis on Vestibular and Pelvic floor topics in order to better serve the community. They aspire to obtain a Doctorate of PT in the near future and believe everyone should be on a constant journey of self-improvement.
When not in the clinic, Adrianna enjoys hiking throughout the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa national monument and taking their dog, Juniper, for adventures such as paddle boarding on Big Bear Lake. You may also find them supporting local artists and vendors at community events throughout the Coachella Valley.
- B.S. Kinesiology - Pre-Physical Therapy, minor in Psychology - Social and Personality (San Diego State University - 2013)
- A.A.S. Physical Therapist Assistant (San Juan College - 2022)
PT, DPTRead Bio
Melissa was born and raised in the Coachella Valley. Throughout her childhood she competed in soccer and in track and field locally, at La Quinta High School. After high school, Melissa earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Movement Science in Springfield, MO. Since then, she worked as a personal trainer, and as a head coach at a gym in Palm Desert while going back to school for Massage Therapy. Through this experience, she realized that being a Physical Therapist was her dream. In 2022, she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences. Melissa is interested in pursuing a residency program in Orthopedics, and continuing education in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy. Outside of her profession role, Melissa enjoys Crossfit, running, hiking, and spending time and traveling with her husband and son.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, San Marcos, California
Doctor of Physical Therapy, December 2022
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I love movement for life! Sadly I didn’t get to finish the amount of time I was supposed to be there. Though I will say in my time being there they had helped me grow both physically & mentally, and not just my therapist but the friendly staff. This place is truely amazing and I will forever love it & the people that work in it . :)Lilly
Dr. Ian Halderman and Ms. Angelica Pimentel
Movement for Life
Ian and Angie:
With yesterday being my “final” day, I want to thank you both for collaborating with me these many months in making a full recovery from left hip replacement surgery, October 2020.
When Movement for Life was first mentioned to me by a friend, I was in a very discouraged frame of mind; I thought I would not be able to regain the strength I wanted and needed to play tennis and golf and enjoy physical activity.
You changed all that.
It was not an easy course of action, but usually in life, anything worthwhile never is “easy.”
I will continue with the several exercises you both engrained in me – there is no question each workout leaves me in a much better frame of mind each day I accomplish the routine.
Thank you – most sincerely - for your work.
Kind regards –Dennis