Erika Wensil, PT, DPT
is a licensed physical therapist at the Moorpark Vargo and holds a doctorate in physical therapy. Dr. Wensil has experience working with a wide variety of patients ranging from infants to geriatrics. Her primary goal is to optimize patient’s functional capacity.
Dr. Wensil received her bachelor’s degree in human development from the University of California, San Diego. She worked as a behavioral therapist for children with Autism for a year before going to graduate school. Later she earned her clinical doctorate in physical therapy from Touro University Nevada. In her training, she worked at a number of various internships and gained experience in several different outpatient, hospital, NICU, and skilled nursing facility settings. Dr. Wensil is additionally certified in ASTYM and CPR.
When not at work, Dr. Wensil enjoys playing soccer, hiking, competing in obstacle course races, marathons, and summiting various Mt peaks.
- Outpatient physical therapy
- ASTYM certified
- CPR certified
- Certified Pilates Instructor
Joyce Ambrosia, PT, MPT
the Clinic Director at the Reseda Vargo PT clinic and has been trained to evaluate sports and industrial injuries as well as post-operative and age-related conditions. Ms. Ambrosia is skilled at both accessing patient rehabilitative needs, developing a plan of care and treatment goals as well as overseeing execution of those plans.
Ms. Ambrosia was born and raised in Southern California, and speaks fluent Cantonese and Toisanese, also a Chinese dialect. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and her master’s degree in physical therapy from California State University, Northridge. Ms. Ambrosia is an ASTYM certified clinician and has completed continuing education in the examination and treatment of spinal disorders from the acute to the chronic phases with a focus on combining manual therapy, movement science and pain sciences.
Ms. Ambrosia serves as a clinical instructor at California State University, Northridge. She is member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), and is CPR, AED and First Aide certified. She has also had students from the University of Southern California, West Coast University and Mount St. Mary's.
Ms. Ambrosia is married and lives in Studio City. She and her husband enjoy taking road trips in their free time.
- Rehabilitation treatment for sports and industrial industries
- Age-related conditions
- CPR certified
- Fluent in Cantonese and Toisenese
- Certified ASTYM clinician
Kelsey Johnson B.S., PTA
Is a licensed physical therapy assistant working with Vargo PT clinic in Valencia, CA. Kelsey has been trained to work with diverse age groups and patients with varying medical conditions.
Ms. Johnson has been with Vargo PT since 2009. She first started as an aide while pursuing her Undergraduate degree. Kelsey is a graduate of California State University Northridge with her Bachelor’s of Science degree majoring in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Exercise Science. She is passionate about treating each patient as an individual and helping patients work towards their goals and achieve a better quality of life.
Ms. Johnson enjoys numerous outdoor activities such as paddle boarding, wakeboarding, running, and hiking.
- Outpatient Orthopedics
- CPR- Certified
Marc Comrie, PT, DPT, OCS
is the director at the Burbank Vargo PT clinic. He is a licensed physical therapist, an ASTYM certified clinician as well as a doctor of physical therapy. He is an orthopedist and a sports physical therapist.
A California native, Dr. Comrie’s interest in sports therapy stemmed from his longtime passion for sport itself. After an ankle injury ended his collegiate soccer career at the University of California, Irvine, he turned his focus to completing his bachelor’s of arts degree in social sciences with a minor in biological sciences. An internship at the Tustin Rehabilitation Hospital solidified his interest in the medical field, which led him to enter into and complete his doctorate in physical therapy at Mount St. Mary’s College and to become a great sports physical therapist.
Dr. Comrie’s clinical experience includes work at a number of outpatient physical therapy clinics as well as at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills and Arcadia Methodist Hospital. He played a major role in the development of a project entitled Assessment of Community Resources and Needs for Pro Bono Physical Therapy, a research project which inspected the need for physical therapy evaluation and treatment in the underserved community of downtown Los Angeles.
Currently serving as a Clinical Instructor at Cal State Northridge, Dr. Comrie has been a teaching assistant at Mount Saint Mary’s College of Physical Therapy as well as Clinical Instructor at Azusa Pacific University. He volunteers with the Los Angeles Christian Health Centers, which works to provide free-of-charge services to the underserved in the area.
Dr. Comrie is married to a physical therapist and loves to travel and sing.