Where is your practice?
Independence at 121, in Frisco, TX.
I am also an Airrosti Remote Recovery Provider. I provide virtual care for musculoskeletal injuries from Texas, to the Midwest and Northeast.
Where are you originally from?
How long have you been with Airrosti?
Describe your favorite thing about your job.
The amount of time we get to spend with patients, helping them figure out what specifically is causing them pain and how to fix it, and taking that standard of care nationally is a dream come true.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
A healthcare provider.
What’s one cause you are passionate about?
Connecting people to resources specific to their needs.
Name three things you love to do in your spare time.
Spend time with my family and friends. Dance. Discovering restaurants that can figure out how to make healthy foods taste good. 😊
What’s a hidden skill or a fact that no one would guess about you?
I have been dancing Latin styles for 22 years.
What’s your favorite sport?
If you could make a difference in the world, what would you be known for?
I am constantly working on this when and where I can. My leading examples are my grandparents, parents, sisters, and extended family members’ passion for serving nationally and abroad. My passion is to bring realness and relatability to rehab for soft tissue injuries. Educating people on what may seem complex, and solutions for injuries before it inevitably affects joints or other structures where damage cannot be reversed. Some people discount if their pain is not coming from an organ issue, but lack of inactivity due to pain can lead to a number of preventable and/or manageable co-morbidities with activity.
If you could have any superpower, which would you choose and why?
To understand and speak every language in a way that would bring positivity into any situation.
Do you volunteer with any local community organizations or efforts? If so, which ones and why?
Ally within Airrosti. It allows me to share my time and resources with those that are in need.
Finally, name one thing you couldn’t live without.
A 145-degree beverage. 😊