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Perris Clinic

At Rancho Physical Therapy we believe you need more than a therapist to help you reach your goals. We believe you need a partner. At Rancho Physical Therapy Perris, that is what you will find… a therapist who will partner with you to create a custom plan of treatment while understanding your unique situation. Our therapists work side by side with you to create a customized plan that enables you to achieve your personal goals.

In Perris, you will enjoy a therapy experience focused on providing you with the highest level of clinical expertise and personalized care. Our specialty is providing you with personalized services that are designed to get you back to life.

Our Perris clinic offers flexible appointments and is contracted with most insurances.

Meet Our Team

Kyle Stone, PT, DPT
Dr. Stone received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science from California Baptist University in 2013. He then graduated from Western University of Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016 and soon after joined the Rancho Physical Therapy team. Dr. Stone completed Rancho Physical Therapy’s Orthopaedic Residency Program in 2017. Along with working full-time in the clinic, Dr. Stone is also an adjunct professor for the Kinesiology Department at California Baptist University and works per diem at Redlands Community Hospital.
Brian Smith, PT, MPT
Brian graduated from Loma Linda University in 2002, with a master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He has primarily worked as an outpatient orthopedic physical therapist for most of his career and started working for Rancho Physical Therapy in 2016. Brian has always loved exercise and sports, particularly outdoor activities, and was even a professional baseball player at one point in his life. As a physical therapist, his goal is to teach his patients the importance of an increased awareness of posture and body mechanics, as well as activity and exercise performed correctly. Brian’s ultimate goal is to teach his patient’s independence with self-care management.
Frank Ewing, PTA
Steve Ewing attended Loma Linda University’s School of Allied Health where he obtained his Associate of Science degree in fall 2014. He is a military veteran and served in the Army. Mr. Ewing’s clinical experiences include skilled nursing, OP/Rehab, and inpatient environments. His teaching experience includes patient mobility and assistive devices for nursing students. He enjoys his hobby of model railroading in his free time. He also coached High School roller hockey for several years, as well as directed a recreational roller hockey league in the Temecula Valley.