Tell us about your background in Physiotherapy.
I completed my Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy in Our Lady of Fatima University of Valenzuela in 1999. I got my licence in February 2000. After that I worked in Saudi Arabia for 15 years in one of the busiest hospitals in the Southern Region. I handled multi-racial patients and diversified culture from all walks of life.
I was continuously assigned to various fields of Physiotherapy like Neuromuscular, Orthopedic and post surgery rehabilitation.
What are your interests and hobbies?
I love traveling and baking. Hopefully I will have my own vlogs about my hobbies that I am interested in.
Tell us about a life-changing experience or adventures you’ve been on.
When I became a mother. It was a turning point in my life since I will not only decide for myself, I need to consider this time my own family, especially my kids.
When the pandemic came to its height, I realized that life indeed is too short. I should always take good care of myself to carry out my duties as a mom and a clinician.
What is the most fulfilling part of the job?
Being able to help my patients gain confidence and say “CHIT” I feel a lot better, can perform their daily activities pain free and a simple gesture of smile on their faces, that is what makes me satisfied.