Tell us about your background in Physiotherapy.
As a licensed physical therapist, I initially gained experience in the sports setting through rehabilitation from injuries brought about by physical activities with manual therapy techniques and therapeutic exercises; eventually transitioning into clinical setting that incorporates applied theoretical and practical knowledge in neurologic, orthopedic, rheumatic, pediatric, and geriatric conditions. Having undergone a bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy at the De la Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute, currently with 3 years Physiotherapy experience and counting, coupled with injury assessment and analysis, I consider myself to be a well-rounded physiotherapist looking to add more certified skills under my belt.
What are your interests?
I am always keen in reading books that could hone my personal and professional growth. Music calms my soul in the most stressful times; the sand and the sea is my go-to for peace and well-being away from the city life.
Tell us about a life-changing experience or adventures you’ve been on.
I was in a vehicular accident and I lived to tell the tale. The Lord has given me a second chance to live my life and I am more than willing to pass on that experience to live life the second time. In my own way of extending my therapeutic skills to people who needs it I am able to help them be robust with a sound mind.
What is your area of expertise?
Using a range of physical techniques thru mobility, flexibility, stability, strength and conditioning.
What is the most fulfilling part of the job?
The pain-free smiles and expressions of gratitude is the most fulfilling part of my job. The patients’ ability to welcome another day with the positivity of getting better is the best achievement on my day-to-day life as a physical therapist, which makes me look forward to another day of life-giving moments.