Kevin Snider is a 1978 graduate of the University of California postgraduate school of Physical Therapy. Growing up in the Redding area, he was eager to return in 1979. Treating patients in multiple settings, Kevin quickly his love in the outpatient clinic setting. He opened Kevin Snider Physical Therapy in Anderson in 1994, moving to his present location in 2001.

Kevin has worked hard to develop a unique office setting that blends expertise of highly trained professionals with a warm and friendly atmosphere. He and his staff are continually improving their skills with postgraduate training. Kevin is very proud of the skills and effectiveness that his office is able to offer patients on a daily basis and the reputation that has been developed.

Kevin has extended his education in the areas of sports medicine and injury care, and spine care, total joint replacement, all aspects of surgical and non-surgical orthopedic rehabilitation, pain management, foot care and orthotic prescription, post MVA rehabilitation, to name a few. He enjoys building a rapport with his patients and watching them succeed and return to their desired level of activity and function.

Away from the clinic, Kevin enjoys spending time with family and friends. He loves snow skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, hiking, fishing, golfing, cutting firewood, performing do-it-yourself projects and home repairs. He also spent many years as a coach with his children in both basketball and soccer, as well a multiple years on local school boards. He has also assisted high school athletes on and off the field.

Stephanie Smith graduated from University of California, San Francisco/San Francisco State Joint Program with a Master's of Science in Physical Therapy (MSPT) in 2001. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from the University of California, Davis.

She has been a member of the Kevin Snider Physical Therapy team since 2002 and has worked with a varied population spanning from young children to adults. She was Pilates certified in 2007 and has brought this experience to her clinical practice. She focuses on movement-based rehabilitation with a strong sense of orthopedic techniques.

She is dedicated to expanding her knowledge and her abilities to help her community recover function and enhance their well-being. Stephanie enjoys living an active lifestyle, spending time outside of the clinic with her family. She enjoys competing as a Cross-Fit athlete and finished 23rd in the 2012 Northern California Regional Competition. In 2012, she earned the title of "North state Fittest" finishing first in this competition.

Alex VonDachenhausen graduated from the University of California San Francisco School of Physical Therapy in 1982. He received his Bachelor of Science in Zoology from the University of California Davis in 1977. Following two years working as a staff physical therapist at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, he joined Kevin at Redding Physical Therapy in 1984, where he specialized in Hand Therapy, becoming a Certified Hand Therapist in 1992. Alex joined Kevin's staff in March 2016. His outside interests include hiking, back-packing, cross-country skiing, bicycling and hunting.