Staff

Caldwell Physical Therapy Staff

Craig L. Caldwell, PT

Craig L. Caldwell, PT

Craig Caldwell, PT, graduated from University of California, San Francisco Physical Therapy program, and opened Caldwell Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in 1983. As a Valencia High School graduate, he enjoys working for his local community by providing health care and athletic training services to athletes in the Placentia-Yorba Linda school district. Craig utilizes a holistic approach to therapy, and believes treating the patient as a whole - not just the injury. Craig is also a certified Titleist Performance Institute therapist, which allows him to specifically help golfers return to play. He spends his free time with his four grandkids and grand-dog playing soccer at the park. Additionally, Craig enjoys cycling and golfing.

Matthew G. Hertzler, PT, CHT, CSCS

Matthew G. Hertzler, PT, CHT, RMSK

Matt Hertzler, PT, CHT, RMSK, graduated with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific as valedictorian of his class. He also studied at Chapman University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science and was twice named Academic All-American in football. He completed a year of hand residency and specialization before receiving the title of Certified Hand Therapist in 2007. Matt is credentialed in ultrasound imaging, and was one of three physical therapists awarded pioneer status by the AIUM (American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine) in 2012. More recently, he served as a 2018 Content Expert in musculoskeletal ultrasound for the APCA (Alliance for Physician Certification and Advancement). As a Placentia-Yorba Linda community native, Matt is a proud alumni of El Dorado High School. He is most thankful for his wife, Kelly, and the family God has blessed him with.

Matthew G. Hertzler, PT, CHT, CSCS

Madison (Maddy) Evans, PTA

Madison (Maddy) Evans joined Caldwell Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation January of 2018. Since then she has been working as a Physical Therapy Aide, Personal Trainer and Exercise Physiologist. Maddy graduated from Azusa Pacific University with her Bachelors in Exercise Science and is currently working towards a certification to become a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

One of her many passions is being able to connect and help clients achieve their fitness goals, whether that means winning a national title or being able to enjoy time with grandkids pain free, she is with you for the journey. Madison has developed wellness training programs for many ages and tailors them specifically to meet your needs. She is proud to have designed multiple Pre-habilitation ACL programs that focus on the physical demands most prevalent with ACL injuries.

Outside of coaching, she enjoys road trips, camping, surfing and spending time with her family. Madison was a varsity athlete in Track, Tennis and Dance at Fullerton High school, Class of 2013. She has taken on a new fitness challenge and is preparing for a triathlon.