Meet Your Doctor

Became an Airrosti Provider:2010

Undergraduate School:University of Utah

Graduate School:Logan University

Hometown:Antioch, CA

Hobbies:Home remodels, reading research, fly fishing, traveling, cooking and spending quality time with my family.

Interesting Facts:In my early years I studied Culinary Arts. I spent 2 years in Peru for a service mission. I’ve known my wife since the 4th grade.

What Airrosti Means to Me:Airrosti means more to me than just an amazing form of patient care. Airrosti is a patient-centered healthcare team that encourages all team members to be an advocate for the patient. Airrosti is a community within a community. A community that focuses on serving others, its own employees and just doing what is right. It’s a place where patients will receive amazing attention and care from people who care and are valued by those that support them.

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by Kendra Lane

As an active twenty-something, I’ve grown accustomed to some minor tweaks, aches, and pains. However, when I tweaked my shoulder while rock climbing, it didn’t just get better on its own. Typically I’ll just rest a week or two and be back to normal! This time, my shoulder was still hurting after 3 weeks… after 5 weeks… after 7 weeks and I started to get really scared. I must have hurt myself worse than I initially thought – would I ever heal?? Then steps in Dr. Erik Moll (figuratively, as we had a telehealth appointment), and he was able to quickly determine that I did not have a serious injury, and with some informed movements, stretching, and myofascial release, this issue could be resolved. He eased my worries and helped me get ba+ show moreck to my normal activities pain-free. He is kind, empathetic, punctual, friendly, intelligent, and focused – all the qualities you would want in a care provider. I’m so glad someone recommended Airrosti to me – it was a great choice.