Tiffani Zolezzi, Physical Therapist

Tiffani Zolezzi

Physical Therapist

1798 N. Garey Avenue Pomona CA, 91767


Tiffani Zolezzi is a physical therapist practicing in Pomona, CA. Tiffani Zolezzi specializes in physical treatment to help a patient reduce pain, restore mobility, rehabilitate an injury, or increase movement and overall function. As a physical therapist, Tiffani Zolezzi can treat multiple conditions with exercises, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization, heat, ice, massage, laser or light therapy and more. Tiffani Zolezzi will create a treatment plan based on the patients specific injury or condition, and might target a specific body part or body system based on the individual.

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  • Is physical therapy helpful in treating tennis elbow?

    Yes I think P.T. is very helpful for tennis elbow to treat the inflammation and then strengthen the effected tissues. Your therapist can guide him in when to begin certain stretches and strength exercises specific to tennis elbow. Good luck! READ MORE

  • I was diagnosed with torticollis and need to go to physical therapy. What kind of treatment will I receive?

    Hi! Most treatments will focus on getting you out of the torticollis or "unstuck". This can be by stretching muscle and soft tissue as well as joint mobilization techniques to loosen the joints in the neck. Good luck! READ MORE

  • What could be the cause for pain in my middle back?

    It's very difficult to answer your question without evaluating you, I'm sorry. Look for a manual therapist who is comfortable treating the spine, and especially one that is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) also referred to often as McKenzie treatment. He or she can help to focus on posture and movement which reduce your symptoms regardless of the exact structures involved. Hope that helps! READ MORE

  • My husband has pain in between his hip and thighs. The doctor says its an inflammation. What should we do?

    Ice can be very helpful for inflammation, but considering it has been 6 months, it would be alright to use heat also. Did the doctor mention any over-the-counter anti-inflammatories? If not, you may want to ask your doctor. If his pain does not improve, ask your doctor if he or she thinks P.T. would be beneficial as weakness and loss of flexibility can contribute to pain. READ MORE

  • What is the best treatment for my finger pain?

    I have found with my patients who have hand and finger pain, that warmth and heat is very beneficial. You can try soaking in warm water (a Jacuzzi is even better), or wrapping in paraffin wax, or simply using a heating pad. Make sure to also keep the fingers moving, such as making a fist, because fingers become stiff very easily which only worsens the problem. READ MORE

  • Can physical therapy help in lung rehabilitation?

    Definitely! We see many patients for deconditioning and weakness due to prolonged illness or hospital stay. Just be sure your father is ready to be faithful to his home exercise program! READ MORE

  • Will my first physical therapy appointment hurt? (right hip)

    Great question! You may be sore after the first visit because of the evaluation and new exercises given. It’s a good idea to take pain medication before your first visit and ice regularly. Always tell your therapist if you are experiencing groin pain with any exercise as this is something you want to limit. Good luck! READ MORE

  • Why does my back hurt more during physical therapy sessions?

    Sometimes your back may hurt during the exercise if you’re stretching tight structures, but it should never feel worse for hours and you should feel that, overall, you are improving. If this is not the case, tell your therapist because the exercises may need to be modified. READ MORE

  • While running I fell, and I have a gigantic bruise on my thigh. Do I just wait it out?

    Congratulations on your marathon! The important thing to look for are signs of a hematoma, such as hardening of tissue under the bruising, continued sensitivity to touch or if the bruising is lasting longer than usual. If so, you may benefit from physical therapy to break up the hematoma. READ MORE

  • How can I treat my sciatica pain with physical therapy?

    As a “mechanical therapist”, I often find that sciatica is positional and responds to movement in different ways. Therefore, it is helpful to be evaluated by a P.T. in order to know which exercise is right for you at this time. Usually sciatica will improve over a 2-3 month period. If not, then an evaluation by your primary care professional is a good idea. READ MORE

  • My son is training in skating. Does he require physical therapy?

    As long as he is not injured, I don’t think you need physical therapy. Just make sure his training is specific to skating. READ MORE

  • Can yoga help me get over my body stiffness?

    I love yoga myself and think it is one of the best ways to incorporate whole body stretching. Yoga also allows you to progress at your own pace and modify as needed, which is very beneficial for individual physical limitations and goals. Enjoy! READ MORE

  • Is strength training better for weight loss?

    I think it’s very important to incorporate both. The heart is a specific type of muscle tissue and needs exercise, too, which only comes from cardio. Strength training is important for toning and firming skeletal muscle. READ MORE

  • Stinging pain inside the neck

    I’m sorry to hear you’ve been in pain for quite a while. You really need an individual evaluation from a physical therapist to know what is right for you. What I can tell you is to watch your posture (chest up/chin in), no slouching, and avoid holding your head down for long periods of time. READ MORE

  • How is cerebral palsy managed with physical therapy?

    Yes it can! Seek out an evaluation from a pediatric physical therapist as they are the experts in this area. In general they work on decreasing abnormally high tone in certain muscles and activating muscles that are low tone, sometimes referred to as flaccid. READ MORE

Tiffani Zolezzi's Practice location

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

1798 N. Garey Avenue -
Pomona, CA 91767
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