About Our Clinicians
Pillsbury Physical Therapy was established by Chris Pillsbury, MPT, OCS in Paradise in 2002. With a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from the University of California, Davis, he earned his Masters Degree in Physical Therapy, from the University of Southern California. He has been in clinical practice for over 10 years.
A local member of Rotary International, Chris is an active member in the Paradise community. He donates funds regularly to local and international charities. Chris grounds his career with an active family life, enjoying all the activities the area has to offer.
William Wilbur, MSPT, OCS received his Bachelors Degree in Physical Education and a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology from Chico State University. He also holds a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Washington University, and has been in clinical practice for over 5 years.
A Special Olympics coach for two years, he now coaches his own recent addition to his family. When he’s not enjoying being a new dad, you’ll find him outdoors doing just about everything you can do outdoors, in just about any kind of weather.
Will continues to donate to his community by supporting the “Team in Training” program.
Christopher Pillsbury and William Wilbur are part of a handful of Board Certified Orthopedic Specialists in the greater Chico area. This certification is held by less than 3% of Physical Therapists nationwide!
Kelly Guinane, DPT received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology from Chico State University. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California.
Kelly has been in clinical practice since 2008. Kelly is an active member of the APTA. When Kelly is not devoting her time to patient care she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and husband Russ. She also enjoys fishing, water skiing, snow skiing, camping, relaxing and listening to music.
She recently participated in the LA marathon 5k walk/run as a member of Team Parkinson’s and has been a sponsor of “team in training” for Leukemia Research.
Lois Landau, MPT earned her BA in Language Studies from UC Santa Cruz in 1984, and a Master’s of Science from Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine in 1993. She has been in clinical practice in the North State since 1994. In 1005 Lois began her training in the specialized area of the pelvic floor,
and was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy in 2008. This certificate
acknowledges competency in treating men, women, and children with pelvic floor dysfunctions,
including urinary/fecal incontinence and pelvic pain syndromes. Lois is an active member of the APTA,
as well as the Section on Women’s Health. She is also a guest speaker for the Chico chapter of the
American Cancer Society’s Man to Man Group – a prostate support group.
When not in her role as physical therapist, Lois is the proud mother of an athletic teenager, and loves
watching her play sports, especially softball. She also enjoys cooking, running with her dog, and almost
any kind of exercise.
Cynthia Arrington, LPTA grew up in Paradise hiking the Feather River Canyon. She is an enthusiastic athlete with an avid interest in sky diving, mountain climbing, snow and water skiing and scuba diving. She has had the rare privilege of having dove for The Cousteau Society and helped to design their unique silver wetsuits. A keen desire to help others led her into the field of Physical Therapy receiving her PT Assistant license in 1994. She has studied at Chico and Sacramento State Universities. A mother of three, she continues to broaden her interest in community service. She is the co-host of the High on Adventure, a television program meant to help teens and families.
Ms. Arrington is the vice president of the Dream Machine Foundation, which is building a Swiss-Family_Robibson type of youth camp in the South Pacific Islands of Fiji. The foundation has operated a free clinic there for over ten years dreammachinefoundation.com.