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Performance, Stability, Longevity Training,

and Rehabilitation



J. Paul Tucker

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Certified Practitioner (DNSCP)

Movement Links Specialist

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Dr. J. Paul Tucker: Empowering Movement and Health.

As a Doctor of Physical Therapy with 15 years of advanced clinical practice, I’ve dedicated my career to enhancing human mobility and well-being. My journey includes:

  1. Kaiser Permanente Fellowship: I’m a proud graduate of Kaiser Permanente’s esteemed Movement Science Fellowship. This program honed my expertise in cutting-edge techniques for assessing joint kinetics and kinematics using 3D motion capture analysis and surface electromyography.

  2. Innovator at Kaiser Permanente:

    • Local Initiatives: At the Kaiser Permanente Baldwin Park Medical Center, I’ve led initiatives in real-time feedback through 3D motion capture analysis, fostering interdisciplinary care.

    • Regional Impact: Consulting for the KP Health Innovation Studio, I evaluate groundbreaking biomedical devices, including a robotic exoskeleton.

    • National Vision: My work extends to developing and implementing large data repositories for health optimization, innovative telehealth solutions, and forward-thinking interdisciplinary care models.

  3. Research Interests:

    • As a Rehabilitation and Movement Science Ph.D. student, my research inquiry focuses on complex pain, injury prevention, baseball biomechanics, and circadian and autonomic monitoring for peak performance and recovery.

    • I teach Sports Motion Analysis, Motivational Interviewing, and contribute to Pediatrics, Complex Pain Sciences, and clinical competency testing.

  4. Advanced Technologies:

    • My passions lie in movement analysis and sports performance. I seek to leverage state-of-the-art tools, including 3D movement analysis and musculoskeletal ultrasound, to optimize clinical and performance outcomes.



Performance, Stability, and Longevity


Maximize your potential with a specialized performance training program. Tailored programs and techniques to improve your strength, speed, and agility to take your performance to the next level.  

Stability: The foundation of strength, optimal movement, and athletic performance.  The foundation Build a solid foundation and improve your balance, coordination, and core strength with our stability training sessions. Leveraging techniques and strategies to enhance your stability and prevent injuries, allowing you to perform at your best. 

Invest in your long-term health and well-being with our longevity training programs. Our holistic approach focuses on improving your overall fitness, flexibility, and mobility, helping you maintain an active and fulfilling lifestyle as you age gracefully.

Physical Therapy Rehabilitation

Recover from injuries and regain your strength and mobility with our personalized rehabilitation programs. Our team of experts will create a customized plan to help you recover safely and efficiently, ensuring a smooth transition back to your active lifestyle.

Teaching Experience

Azusa Pacific University

Adjunct Professor, Guest Lecturer, 2009- Current


  • Youth Sports Injuries, Treatment, and Prevention

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Sports Biomechanics and Clinical Movement Analysis — Baseball, Running, Olympic Lifting, Golf, Swimming

Courses: Special Topics, Orthopedics, Pain Science, Pediatrics, Neurological Rehabilitation, Professional Relationships

Research Interests

Autonomic Nervous System Monitoring for Performance and Recovery

Baseball Pitching and Hitting Biomechanics

Injury Prevention

2D, 3D Biomechanical Analysis

Heart Rate Variability and Circadian Analysis

Research Experience

Submitted for Publication:

  • The Effectiveness of Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation versus Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Interventions for Chronic Pain Conditions: A Systematic Review

  • The Effects of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization-Based Training Protocols on EMG Activity in Minor League Pitchers


In Process:

  • Computer-Human Interface Technology in Stroke Recovery with Rehabilitation Gameification



Electromyography, Muscle Strength Training, Nutrition

  • Petrofsky, J., Batt, J., Suh, H., Jones, R., Ushak, N., Tucker, J., Gentry, L., Billings, T., Kambe, V. "Muscle use during isometric co-contraction of agonist-antagonist muscle pairs in the upper and lower body compared to abdominal crunches and a commercial multi gym exerciser." Journal of Applied Research 6.4 (2006): 300-329.

  • Petrofsky, J., Batt, J., Jones, R., Kambe, V., Ushak, N., Tucker, J. P., Gentry, Billings, T., L., Gunda, S. (2007). Muscle strength training and weight loss from a combined isometric exercise and dietary program. Journal of Applied Research, 7(1), 77-86.


Unpublished Case Series:

  • Evaluation and Treatment of Patients with Ipsilateral Low Back Pain and Gluteus Medius Weakness using 3D Motion Capture and Surface Electromyography.  Powers, C., Hook, E., Tucker, J. P., Kurihara, D., Toma, L.; 2009.

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