“I prefer to treat the patient as a whole and not focus solely on the diagnosis. I find that building a relationship with a patient and finding out the details of what ails them leads to better results. It is always a goal
of mine to help the patient feel an overall improvement from the inside out.”
General Orthopedics but I have a passion for improving balance and working with the geriatric community.
Loma Linda University, Doctor of Physical Therapy
San Francisco State University, Bachelors of Science Kinesiology
(With a concentration in Exercise and Movement Science.)
American Physical Therapy Association
California Physical Therapy Association
I BECAME A PHYSICAL THERAPIST BECAUSE…
“I have always wanted to work in the health care field but being squeamish limited my scope of options.
Once I learned more about the possibility of being a Physical Therapist, I never had a doubt in my mind
that I was going to pursue that career. I have been involved with sports, health and fitness for most of
my life and now I have the privilege to help and weekend warriors alike.
WHAT’S MOST EXCITING ABOUT MY JOB?
“Meeting new people, hearing their stories and being a small part in their life and journey to recovery.”
Hiking, camping, cooking, running, yoga
- Pain Management: Accelerated Care Plus
- Summit Professional Education: Overcoming Challenges in Stroke Rehab: applying the latest research and treatments to spasticity, motor
control deficits, and sensory loss.