Chris prides himself on understanding patient needs on an individual level. He utilizes this ideology of patient centered outcomes to provide the best quality of care in assisting patients. Although physical therapy requires active patient participation, Chris believes he can improve outcomes through patient education.
Chris obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Physiology from The University of Oregon in June 2016. While he studied in Eugene, Chris worked as a Lead Physical Therapy Aide at an Orthopedic and Sports Medicine clinic. Now back home in San Francisco, Chris continues to work as an Aide while also conducting one on one therapy with patients suffering from movement disorders.
When not in a professional setting, Chris enjoys playing basketball, cooking, and spending time with loved ones. He also strives to become a better clinician by seeking knowledge from his coworkers and colleagues.