Mark Archambault, PT, PhD, CSCS*D, FMSC

Mark has been a physical therapist for 35 years, with education that includes a PhD in pathokinesiology (the study of problems with movement). He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association; a certified Level 1 speed, agility and conditioning coach, a certified Level 3 medical professional through the Titleist Performance Institute and is certified through FMS (Functional Movement Screen). He is a sought-after speaker, and has conducted physical therapy and sports performance seminars throughout the country.

Mark has been active in sports his entire life. In high school and college, he participated in soccer, swimming, rugby, crew and golf. He then became a marathon runner and triathlete. Now, Mark enjoys cycling, weight training, and still plays golf. He is currently the Girls Varsity Soccer Coach at Windsor High School.

Mark is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, National Strength & Conditioning Association and Performance Dynamics. He continually attends advanced courses to stay current on the most cutting-edge treatment methods.

He has combined his passion for athletics and intensive training in spine and sports rehabilitation to create one of the most comprehensive physical therapy clinics in the nation.


Jeffrey Latz, PT, MS, CMPT, CSCS

Jeff has been a PT since 1998. He has a BS in kinesiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MS in physical therapy from NY Medical College. He believes the best way to help care for patients and guide them through the rehabilitation process is to spend time performing a comprehensive evaluation and taking the time to listen to each patient. Jeff has a keen interest in Manual Therapy and enjoys the challenges of working with the athletic population. He continues to believe in the importance of continuing education and further learning. Jeff has completed a Manual Therapy credential from the North American Institute of Manual Therapy and is a Strength and Conditioning specialist. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy association and the National Strength and Conditioning association. Jeff grew up playing ice hockey and continues to play and coach today. He also enjoys exercise and playing golf.


Melissa Stahl, PT, DPT

Melissa graduated from Sonoma State University in 2010 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Kinesiology. She then went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine for Health Sciences in 2012. Melissa went on to work on the Peninsula for 4 years, but the beauty of Sonoma County drew her back north. Melissa played basketball while at Sonoma State and was a patient at BACKtoGOLF rehabilitating from a hip injury. She ended her career at Sonoma as the Women’s Basketball Student Assistant Coach. Melissa continues to be active, enjoying running, weight training, boating, snowboarding, and cycling. Melissa has a keen interest in Manual Therapy as well as women’s health issues and sports-related injuries. She continues to challenge herself and further her education in these areas. Melissa believes in being an advocate for her patients’ and relies on her advanced knowledge and compassion to guide them through the rehab process.