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Physical Therapy

At Beach Kids Therapy Center, our pediatric physical therapists help children achieve their fullest potential. Physical therapists assess each child’s strength, balance, flexibility, and coordination. Our PTs are trained to work with children with various neurological, genetic, and developmental disorders, from infants to school-aged children. We make the learning process rewarding and fun for children and their families.

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Ali Tuten, PT, DPT

Ennegram Type: Helper

Dr. Ali Tuten PT, DPT is a Southern California native; growing up in Solana Beach she was surrounded by active lifestyles and water which only fueled her love for the sport of swimming. She was a competitive swimmer for over 15 years, which helped her earn a scholarship to the Division 1 program at the University of California Davis. From there, she pursued her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and graduated with honors from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences which is known for its emphasis on manual therapy.   


Dr. Tuten has an array of experience within the realm of physical therapy including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient orthopedics, outpatient pediatrics and women’s pelvic health.   

In her practice, she strives to have her passion and enthusiasm shine through her work, time spent on parent education, and being a motivating presence for her patients and their families to work towards their goals.  

Kourtney Hahn, DPT
Enneagram Type: Peacemaker

Kourtney is a Doctor of Physical Therapy with four years of experience; she has been working in pediatrics for 1.5 years, and has quickly become a valuable member of the team at Beach Kids. She received her undergraduate degree from Chapman University in 2017 with a Magnum cum Laude honors. She attended Mount Saint Mary's University for graduate school where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Kourtney loves working in a multidisciplinary environment and is passionate about facilitating collaboration among other therapists to achieve success for patient care plans; she believes a team approach is the best way to treat the child as a whole. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family, exercising, and taking trips to the mountains for fishing and hiking, and soaking up the sunshine.

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