Meet Our Therapists

Since 1995 Century City Physical Therapy, Inc . (CCPT) has been owned and operated by two certified physical therapists: Susan L. Bass, PT, DPT and Stacy Barrows, PT, DPT, GCFP,PMA®-CPT. Together  we have over 40 years of clinical experience, working with some of the finest physicians and surgeons in the Los Angeles area. We serve a number of physicians based in Century City and in neighboring areas such as Santa Monica and Beverly Hills.

We provide a unique style of care in this age of high-tech, low-touch therapy. We believe in individual patient outcomes, so our services are highly personalized. We are not a “shake and bake,” nor a “one size fits all” practice. Our one-on-one therapy sessions are specifically designed to meet the needs and goals of each patient and their physician. CCPT also has expanded their services to accommodate referrals for personal training and exercise to assist with weight management.

Meet The Therapists


Stacy Barrows, PT, DPT, GCFP,PMA®-CPT

Dr. Stacy Barrows is co-owner of Century City Physical Therapy, is a registered Physical Therapist, Guild Certified Feldenkrais® Practitioner, Strength and Conditioning Instructor, and PMA Certified Pilates Teacher. In over twenty five years of clinical PT experience, Stacy has honed her manual therapy skills and worked with physicians world-renowned for their shoulder expertise.

She is one of the first instructors to teach how to use the foam rollers, and she has lectured extensively to health and fitness professionals on other topics such as the Feldenkrais Method®, treatment of the shoulder and arthritis. Stacy co-authored a study on Feldenkrais and pain management.

She has written numerous "Ask the Therapist" newsletters as well as magazine articles published in Golf for Women and Swimmer. Stacy patented a fitness product called the Smartroller®, along with other kinesthetic props and teaches courses internationally on applications to these unique tools. She authored a book on the many applications of these sensory learning tools titled: SMARTROLLER® GUIDE TO OPTIMAL MOVEMENT.

Last year, Stacy completed and received the Outstanding Student Award from Evidence in Motion's Physical Therapy post doctoral program

She also enjoys blogging on her own blog and for the Huffington Post. 


Susan Bass, PT, DPT

Dr. Susan L. Bass, Physical Therapist, is a co-founder and co-owner of Century City Physical Therapy, who specializes in post-surgical and orthopedic rehabilitation for everyone from athletes to seniors.  Susan works with the top orthopedists in Los Angeles to help her patients become more functional and active in their daily lives. She regularly collaborates with other health care professionals to provide optimal treatment and assist in streamlining patient care.

Susan believes that exercise is an essential part of life that allows the body to heal and assists in combating various disorders including depressionHer experience with her own injuries helps her understand how important it is to get back to physical activity as quickly as possible, while simultaneously protecting the body from further injury. Susan empowers her clients to do more for themselves by understanding strategies for pain reduction.

Susan is devoted to providing the highest level of care by consistently expanding her knowledge through continuing education coursework. She is on the advisory board of and an active member of the private practice section of the APTA. 

Susan has been an athlete for her entire life, she was on the varsity tennis team, is an expert skier mountain biker and hiker. Susan lives up to her motto of “Live life to the fullest” and has trekked to Machu Picchu, river rafted over a waterfall and even been known to ride a unicycle.  In her free time Susan loves to travel, read, attend concerts, and spend time with her family and friends.

This year, Susan completed her doctorate in Evidence in Motion's Physical Therapy post doctoral program

Jamie in Aregentina

Jamie in Aregentina



Jamie Schoen, PT, DPT

Dr. Jamie Schoen, DPT, blends more than a decade of dance training and Pilates teaching experience to her physical therapy expertise. Her journey to becoming a physical therapist first began as a patient, where she fell in love with the idea of helping others to achieve their optimal strength and mobility.

Over the years, Jamie has specialized in crafting highly personalized treatment programs to help each patient reach their movement goals -- spanning the range from post-surgery recovery to strength training to managing chronic pain. She finds Pilates to be an effective complement to traditional physical therapy in treating acute and chronic injuries. She enjoys partnering with clients on their wellness journey, helping them find the tools they need to achieve and maintain their long-term health

A native of Massachusetts, Jamie received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University. When not trolling bookstores for the next good read, Jamie enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking with her dog Obie, and listening to good music with her partner and jazz musician Alex.