Became an Airrosti Provider:2010
Undergraduate School:University of Utah
Graduate School:Logan University
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.
by Jennifer Ismar
I was in a lot of pain when I came to Airrosti. The pain was severely limiting my normal daily activities. Dr Moll took me through several tests and asked a few questions and was able to prescribe a plan for me that I could do at home on my own time. We checked in frequently and made adjustments to the plan as I healed. This whole process was so easy, convenient and it worked! Shortly after starting, my pain got better and I was able to sleep again. I am indebted to Airrosti and would highly recommend!
by Gregory Shemanski
First time in my life that I wrenched my back so badly that I walked horribly and would hurt just to lift a cell phone. My fears were assuaged once we ruled out any spinal injury. The exercises given to me worked wonders. 2 weeks after that awful injury I rode 13 miles on my bike with friends without any complications. Thanks Erik!
by Staci Armao
I so appreciated the ease of using Airrosti for physical therapy! It was so convenient doing it out of my own home and the app was great. It really helped me to have video demonstrations and being able to check off the exercises each day helped keep me accountable to doing them. It was also great to receive all of the different physical therapy tools to have in my home so I can continue on a maintenance plan and be proactive about staying well. Thank you so much for your kindness and care!
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.