Areas of Expertise :
- Manual techniques.
- Treating athletes with different culture and nationalities.
- Extensively trained specifically for golf and rugby related injuries.
Tell us about your background in Physiotherapy.
I graduated in 2014, and since then I started working in a variety of private practice. I worked with neurologic and orthopedic conditions and other related injuries. I have extended my skills through attending seminars and workshops in multiple areas of Physiotherapy, especially in sports medicine and manual therapy. When I started to work for ProHealth, I covered professional golf tours in Manila and around Asia. I also did the Philippine Volcanoes National Team alongside with our physiotherapy team.
What are your interests ?
I’m a keen reader; I enjoy reading novels during my spare time. I’m also a TV series and movies enthusiast. Besides that, I love to travel with my family and friends – exploring new places and food! Splash at sunsets and perfect mornings, I think it doesn’t get any better than that.
Tell us about a life-changing experience or adventures you’ve been on.
I remember my experience covering a rugby game and golf tournament. That is when I saw the extent of how important physiotherapy is, especially in the field of sports. I was able to enhance my skills and techniques with the help of my superiors and foreign ProHealth staff.
What is your area of expertise?
I’m focusing more on manual techniques. I was lucky enough to be exposed to various sports. I’ve had extensive training specifically for golf and rugby related injuries. Aside from that, treating athletes with different culture and nationalities also helped me widen my horizon.
What is the most fulfilling part of the job?
The most fulfilling part of the job, is when I’m able to help my patients improve their conditions or when I can bring them into their highest optimum function. It is a blessing to be part of their recovery. Also, the uplifting feeling when you see the look on their faces when they get better. I wouldn’t trade that for anything else.