Our therapists have over 20 years experience in many different physical therapy settings. Just as their experience differs, so do their outside interests. We truly believe each person has a special quality they bring to our clinic environment. We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our Ohana Pacific Rehab Team.
Kevin Lockette, PT/Co-Owner
Kevin is a physical therapist and co-owner/founder of Ohana Pacific Rehab Services (OPRS)with his wife Ginger. Kevin is presently a consultant for OPRS in areas of foot orthotics and Parkinson Disease. Kevin is a recent past president of the Hawaii Parkinson Association and presently a clinical specialist for Medtronic Neuromodulation for Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson Disease, Dystonia and Essential Tremors. Kevin founded the Parkinson Exercise classes that are now at all 8 Oahu YMCA branches and Hilo. Kevin is an author of multiple publications on Parkinson Disease and Exercise with physical disabilities.
Ginger Lockette, PT/Co-owner
Ginger is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina in 1990. She started her professional career at the prestigious Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago with a focus on neurological rehabilitation.
Ginger moved to Hawaii in 1993 and has since worked in a variety of settings including inpatient acute rehabilitation and outpatient orthopedics. Ginger has had extensive continuing education in manual therapy and orthopedics. Ginger’s extensive experience allows her to treat both neurological and orthopedic cases with proficiency.
Ginger enjoys spending a lot of time on the ocean & outdoors with family and friends. She loves the opportunity to help others heal and achieve their goals.
Sandra Wood, PT
Sandie is a Physical Therapist with more than 40 years experience. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with Physical Therapy major (BHSCPT) and a Master’s Degree (MEd) in Education majoring in Special Education. For the past 20 years she has specialized in pediatric Physical Therapy working in the school system and early intervention.
In 2004 she was named Hawaii Outstanding Physical Therapist.
Prior to specializing in pediatrics, Sandie also worked in acute, long term care, home care and arthritis care. She is also the President of the non-profit organization Imua Kakou Trykes, which provides tricycles for people with disabilities.
Christine Wilkinson, LPTA
Worked 45 years doing PT in Hawaii, including Hon Medical group, Straub Hospital, Hawaii Physical Therapy clinic, Aqua Therapy with M. S. Society, Castle Hospital including Castle home care and Castle out patient clinic.
Retired 2014 after 11 years with the DOE/ SPED PT
As of March 2018 will make 2 years with Ohana Pacific Rehab (Aqua Therapy)