Our Clinicians

Adam Laraway, MSPT, Director

Adam received his B.S. in Life Science/Pre-Physical Therapy in 1997 from University of Portland and received his Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 2000 were he graduated with distinction. Following graduation, he spent 2 1/2 years at UCLA Medical Center specializing in outpatient orthopedics. Adam came to Valley Physical Therapy Group in January of 2003. Adam has continued his education in Physical Therapy specialties through advanced courses in aquatic therapy, manual therapy, and treatment of the shoulder. Adam runs our aquatics program, demonstrating great success with patients who suffer from back pain/surgery recovery, knee problems and those who otherwise have difficulty with land-based treatments. Adam enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, golfing and cycling.

Karl Stutelberg, MSPT

Karl came to Valley Physical Therapy Group in 2007 from Las Vegas, NV where he practiced for four years in outpatient orthopedics. He also has experience working in home health and inpatient rehabilitation. He received his B.S. in Sports Medicine from California Lutheran University in 2001 and his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from UNLV in 2003. Karl is an avid runner who ran the Boston Marathon in 2008 and has more recently taken up mountain ultra-running. With his running background he has taken a special interest in the foot and ankle, running injuries, and sports rehabilitation. He enjoys working with all ages to help them maximize their function and meet their goals. Karl is married with three children who he coaches in different sports. They spend their free time camping and exploring new areas.

Andi Stutelberg, MSPT

Andi came to Valley Physical Therapy Group in 2015. She was raised in the Antelope Valley and attended Quartz Hill High School. She received her bachelor’s degree at California Lutheran University in 2000 and her master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Asuza Pacific University in 2002. Her background is in pediatrics and neuro-rehabilitation. Her primary pediatric focus has been infants with torticollis and/or plagiocephaly. She enjoys treating all ages of patients, and educating families, and caregivers to assist in their complete rehabilitation. Andi enjoys spending time with her family which includes 3 children. She enjoys running and has completed multiple marathons and trail races.