“I believe listening to a patient’s needs and goals are key to a successful rehabilitation outcome. I believe there is always more than one way to treat a patient, and that’s why continuing education is vital to have that toolbox of knowledge to know what tools you will need to get the job done.”
Orthopedic & Geriatric Rehabilitation
Sacramento State University, BS Exercise Science/Kinesiology
Prove College, AS Physical Therapy Assistant
American Physical Therapy Association
California Physical Therapy Association
I BECAME A PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT…
“I pulled a muscle in my back from a work related injury and was prescribed Physical Therapy as my treatment. I was impressed with the whole process I went through with my back rehab and the positive atmosphere at the clinic where I was treated. That sparked an interest in anatomy and how the human body moves. I knew then that I wanted to be involved with Physical Therapy.”
WHAT’S MOST EXCITING ABOUT MY JOB?
“Making a difference in patient’s lives!”
I enjoy watching movies, being with family and friends, going on dates with my wife, baseball, swimming and being outdoors.
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- Gary Institute: Chain Reaction
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