Alex Stavrianoudakis graduated with his undergraduate degree from California State University, Stanislaus with a major in Kinesiology. He started as a volunteer for different clinics in both Turlock and Modesto as an undergraduate student and then worked as a Physical Therapy Aide. He is certified as a Personal Trainer from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and a Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Specialist from (NASM). Alex is also a professional arm-wrestler who travels across California to compete. In 2017, Alex earned a Doctoral Graduate Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of the Pacific, Stockton.
Alex worked in the Turlock area as a Physical Therapist and then recently joined the BioSport team as Co-Owner, Partner of the clinic. Alex is passionate about helping his patients and embraces BioSport Physical Therapy’s One on One patient approach, giving patients the attention and care they need and deserve from a physical therapy clinic. Before joining BioSport Physical Therapy Alex completed an internship with the San Diego Chargers Athletic Training and Therapy Department, sharpening his skills and working with professional athletes that had been injured. Alex is not only passionate about the profession of physical therapy, he strives to be the best clinician possible and has already started studying to become an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. He is dedicated to helping BioSport Physical Therapy grow and thrive.
Alex was married to his beautiful wife, Monica, in 2015 before PT School and in his spare time he loves to spend time with his wife, family members, and friends. He leads by example, he has an incomparable work ethic, he is a team player, and he always maintains a strong sense of integrity in all that he does.
I am driven toward helping others. I love the fitness and healthcare field and I enjoy waking up to come to work and use my knowledge to provide healing to others in the community that I grew up in. I am in this profession to change lives by enhancing people’s movement patterns, helping to decrease their pain, and leading them toward greater functional movement overall.