Became an Airrosti Provider:2018
Undergraduate School:University of The Incarnate Word
Graduate School:Parker University
Hobbies:I like anything outdoors such as biking, hiking, running, camping, fishing and hunting. Also, cheering on the San Antonio Spurs!
Interesting Facts:I was the first in my family to graduate from college. My dad’s family is from El Salvador and they migrated to the US in the 1980’s, and never went back. I had the opportunity to do a chiropractic mission trip and was able to explore my roots. I also did a mission trip to Cusco, Peru for an entire summer before attending Chiropractic school. All throughout college, I was determined to go to medical school. The week of my graduation I changed my plans to attend Chiropractic school, all because my mother couldn’t drive to her chiropractic appointment.
What Airrosti Means to Me:Airrosti means family. I’m more than certain that my purpose in life is to serve. Airrosti gave me the opportunity to do just that. Not only that, but they are extremely supportive, it does make me count my blessings, twice.
by Sue Ellen Osorio
I was treated with what I thought was postpartum carpal tunnel but after a couple of visits, Jenay diagnosed me with De Quervain’s tendonitis. She was knowledgeable and was so compassionate through the process. I also really appreciated Katie’s help with physical therapy and her rocking tape skills. Both are such a great team! I will be back for chapter 2 (knee) and will for sure be using both of them again! Be sure to ask for this duo, you won’t regret the treatment you receive.
by Cyndee Dubinski
I have had Achilles Tendinitis for over a year. I have tried exercises for stretching out the fascia from my foot to my hamstrings with some improvement but still suffered sharp pain every morning! One of my patients, Heather Wedding, came into our office wearing an AIRROSTI logo shirt and I asked if she thought AIRROSTI therapy would help me. She explained that my tendinitis is exactly the Soft Tissue Injury ( the 3 last letters in AIRROSTI ) that they’ve had success with and asked if I was ready to give it a try. That same day I was able to make my first visit with Jenay Zelaya DC. Jenay is very personable, knowledgeable and competent in her AIRROSTI skills. She evaluated me and started Myofascial release. I have to admit that at first…+ show more I wondered what I had signed up for, but the results of our first session were amazing! I then had 2 more sessions and can honestly say that I’m pain-free. I have an occasional twinge, but nothing like before my treatment. I’m very happy that I tried AIRROSTI and will recommend it to my friends, family and patients! If I ever have a soft tissue injury I will definitely go to Dr. Jenay Zelaya right away at AIRROSTI.
by Daniel Mendez
My experience at Airrosti was highlighted by a welcoming and knowledgeable staff. Scheduling was flexible and appointments were available on short notice. The treatment was focused on correcting the underlying root cause issues of my injury in addition to reducing pain. I saw an immediate improvement in pain levels and continue to do at home exercises for long-term correction. Dr. Jenay truly made it a great experience and went above and beyond. She had a sincere compassion for my recovery and a genuine passion for the field. Her check-ins and focus on patient education show her investment into the health of her patients.
by Karen Umlang
My daughter Kat came in for Airrosti because of pain in her knee. The pain was such that Kat was sidelined with her ballet career. A visit to her medical doctor resulted in the usual, “do nothing for a week, then go slow & come back if your knee is still bothering you.” Sounds like great advice unless you are training to become a professional ballerina, have a performance in 2 weeks, and are supposed to leave for an out-of-state training opportunity in 4 weeks, but can only go if you can perform at 100%. Dr. Jenay took the time to get to know Kat and how her knee pain was impacting her life. Dr. Jenay identified the problem within the first visit…Kat’s patella (knee cap) wasn’t tracking properly, due to a tight IT Band & a weak…+ show more muscle. Being a dancer, Kat is extremely flexible so Dr. Jenay had to consider what was a normal range of motion for Kat when assessing her current situation. By the end of the first visit, with proper manipulation, Kat’s range of motion was improved. She followed up with exercises for homework and 2 more visits over a 3 week span. 4 weeks after Kat’s first visit to Dr. Jenay, Kat is training at Milwaukee Ballet for the summer, pain free & with no limitations. Kat continues to do her exercises prescribed by Dr.Jenay. Dr. Jenay continued to follow up on Kat’s progress even after discharging her. She really took the time to listen & get to know Kat and her world of ballet. Without wonderfully trained Airrosti docs like Dr. Jenay Zelaya, Kat would not be living her dream today.