Mission Statement

L&C Orthopedics & Innovation was founded in 2016 with a focus in bio-mechanical analysis of individuals in the orthopedics and sports performance world. Our goal is to use automated software to guide rehabilitation, prevent injuries, and improve sports performance to benefit individuals and clinics.

Meet the Team:

Dr. Britt Lillie was born and raised in Rochester, NY. She attended Ithaca College majoring in Physical Therapy with a minor in Coaching: softball concentration. After six years, Britt achieved a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), B.S. in Clinical Health Studies, and a minor in Coaching. While finishing up her degree at Ithaca College, Britt became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist allowing her to train athletes/clients at a higher level. Britt has experience in a variety of physical therapy settings but orthopedics and sports medicine is her passion. Britt moved to San Diego, CA to pursue her career in physical therapy and complete a one-year orthopedic residency program at Kaiser Permanente. After participating in the orthopedic residency program for one year and focusing all of her clinical experience in orthopedics and sports medicine, she received her certification as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS). One of Britts primary focuses with her career, currently and in the future, is ACL research specifically establishing a world class prevention program to decrease the amount of individuals impacted by ACL tears each year. On top of ACL injury prevention, Britt has a strong passion for working with athletes especially softball and baseball athletes focusing on injury prevention, improving sports performance, and assisting in their rehabilitation to keep them on the field. Britt primarily focuses on all of these aspects of her career while working as a full time doctor of physical therapy at Water and Sports Physical Therapy.

Britt is one of the co-founders for the privately owned company L&C Orthopedics and Innovation. Her dad Jeff, who is an electrical engineer, and herself worked together to combine their two worlds, strong passion for biomechanical analysis and created an innovative and very accurate biomechanical analysis software with their fellow team members.

Britt maintains a very active life style when she is not working. She played softball at Ithaca College for four years and continues to play fast pitch softball in the San Diego Women’s Fast Pitch league. She also loves surfing, snowboarding, running, yoga, playing guitar, slow pitch softball and other outdoor activities.

CEO of Water & Sports Physical Therapy
Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist
Post Graduate Doctoral Degree in Orthopaedics and Manual Therapy Residency with Spinal Emphasis
Former Head Physical Therapist San Diego Padres
Former Adjunct Professor San Diego State University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

Kahl Goldfarb received his degree in physical therapy from the University of New England in 1997. In 2005, after a four year doctoral program and after passing the national orthopaedic practical exam, written exam and doctoral dissertation, Kahl received a post graduate doctoral degree from the world-renowned Ola Grimsby Institute. He is a doctor of physical therapy, a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist (only 3% of physical therapists in the country have achieved this specialty), a Nationally Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and has attained advanced work as an Orthopaedic Manual Therapist. Dr. Goldfarb is certified as a selective functional movement assessment (SFMA) and functional movement screen (FMS) specialist and specializes in advanced manual therapy techniques, biomechanical evaluations, and spinal dysfunctions. He has also taken advanced course work in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) and Postural Respiration Institute (PRI) with an emphasis on athletic performance.

Kahl was the head physical therapist for the San Diego Padres (2015 & 2016 seasons) and was adjunct professor for the Physical Therapy Doctoral Program at San Diego State University (2014-2016). He instructed the lecture and lab portion of Musculoskeletal Therapeutics Course to the graduate students. He has been a lecturer for UCSD Sports Medicine Department presenting to the sports medicine physicians and fellows in the advances in orthopedic physical therapy. Other lectures include Standford University, The Olympic Training Center, University of San Diego, Senior Olympics, Sharp Medicine Center, Sharp Rees Stealy, and many sports teams. Dr Goldfarb also worked with NASA and UCSD to provide information on how to assist astronauts in preventing spinal pathologies after returning to earth. He also is a presenter for SI-bone and lectures and teaches surgeons diagnosis and treatment of the sacroiliac joint.

Dr Goldfarb has co-authored and assisted in chapters of books in the Orthopaedic and sports performance world. He has also presented on topics such as Thoracic Outlet in Professional Pitchers, Back Pain vs. Pelvic Dysfunction, Plyometrics for the Elite Athlete, Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement for the Older Athlete, Foot and Ankle injuries, Differential Diagnosis of the Cervical Spine vs. the Shoulder, Orthopaedic Evaluation for Nurse Practitioners and Running Biomechanics for Injury Prevention.

Kahl has helped save the careers of many professional MLB, NFL, PGA, AVP, motocross, and mixed martial arts, surfing and Olympic athletes. He has helped many pitchers diagnose and recover from thoracic outlet surgery and has had the joy of watching many of these players such as Chris Young who wasn’t expected to pitch again, not only extend his career by at least 5 years but also become “Come Back Player of the Year” and pitched for two wins in the World Series in order to win the Championship. Other professional pitchers have had excellent comebacks as well such as Clayton Richard and Tyson Ross (All Star pitcher). Kahl enjoys working with pitchers to help them perform at the highest level while preventing injury. A few examples are Cy Young and All Star pitchers Barry Zito and Jake Peavy. He is also the CEO of Water & Sports Physical Therapy Inc. which has 7 Physical Therapy Clinics and 2 Myofunctional Therapy Clinics that specialize in sleep disorder breathing in San Diego California.

Daniel Chapin develops the software and algorithms that enable accurate biometric measurements and associated automated assessments. His work is also involved with analytics and cloud based algorithms that plots trends and use statistical measures to highlight weaknesses or physiological areas for improvement for both the individual and team.

Used by all walks of life, as well as MLB All-Stars, NFL All-Pros and the weekend warrior

This revolutionary software makes analysis easy, simple, and immediate. You need to know what’s going on in your biomechanics and now you can.