I am a physical therapist that is passionate about the prevention and rehabilitation of sports related injuries, especially those of the shoulder and elbow.
I graduated from Azusa Pacific University in 2010 with a doctor of physical therapy degree. Immediately after graduating I was accepted into a yearlong orthopedic residency program where I received advanced training in clinical decision making, hands on skills, and movement analysis. In addition to my residency training, I had gained valuable experience as an intern with the San Diego Padres in the rehabilitation of professional players at all levels.
Apart from my education, I am someone that is passionate about the sport and spend a lot of my free time researching ways to improve the overall well being of athletes and using movement analysis of mechanics to predict and prevent injuries from happening.
I am always learning, and am on a journey to seek out how to best prevent injuries before they happen, so I decided to write this blog to allow others to take part in my journey.
Please email me with questions or suggestions.