Carvin H. Short, PT
 Carvin is a licensed physical therapist who joined the U.S. Army
right out of high school.  After a one year tour of duty in Vietnam
from 1969 to 1970
,  Carvin returned home and started as a pre-med
student at North Carolina State University.  In 1972 Carvin
transferred to
East Carolina University where he graduated with a
BS in Physical Therapy in 1975.  Following graduation, Carvin
moved to the Yuma area where he began practicing as a physical
therapist at Yuma Physical Therapy.  Carvin has been working at
Yuma Physical Therapy since 1975 and brings 40
+ years of
experience in all areas of physical therapy to work with him every

Kirk J. Short, PT, DPT
       Kirk is a licensed physical therapist who graduated from A.T.
Still University of Health Sciences with a doctorate in physical
therapy in 2009.  Prior to attending physical therapy school Kirk
was a professional snowboarder for several years and has
experienced rehabilitation as a patient as well. Kirk has experience
working with athletes of all types including being a part of the
Medicine in Motion team which provides medical services for the
ESPN Winter and Summer X-games. Kirk has been around the
physical therapy profession his entire life and brings empathy and
experience with him to work every
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Yuma Physical Therapy
Our Therapists
  Kimberly is a licensed physical therapist who graduated from
Northern Arizona University with a doctorate in physical therapy in
2001.  Kim's first 12 years of practicing as a physical therapist were
spent in Las Vegas, NV, working in many facets of the physical
therapy profession.  She gained experience in orthopedics and
workers compensation while practicing at Kelly Hawkins Physical
Therapy.  Kim then ventured into pulmonary rehabilitation while
working at Spring Mountain Rehabilitation and the rehabilitation of
our veterans while practicing with the Nevada State Veterans Home
skilled nursing facility in Boulder City.  Her work experience also
includes multiple years with home health agencies aiding in the
rehabilitation of the geriatric population.  In her more recent years
practicing physical therapy in the Las Vegas area, she chose to
broaden her horizons even more and started working with the
pediatric and neurological patient population at Deborah Lazarski
Physical Therapy.  Kim also has experienced great success with the
evaluation and treatment of sacroiliac dysfunction in patients of all
ages.  Kim joined Yuma Physical Ther
apy in May of 2013 and brings
a variety of knowledge and extensive experience to work every day.