As long as I can remember, I have found joy in making a contribution to the well-being of others, be they a friend, a parent, a teacher or an animal. My chiropractic path actually started when I was working as a receptionist at a chiropractic family clinic. Over time, I realized the huge positive impact chiropractic was having on each and every person under chiropractic care. Seeing how people changed, hearing the many stories of people getting better and experiencing first-hand how chiropractic changed their lives, made me want to study chiropractic and be a chiropractor myself.
I graduated with a Master of Chiropractic from Barcelona College of Chiropractic in Spain (Universidad Pompeu Fabra) in 2018. My internship I completed at an orthopedic hospital in Sweden, and since graduation I have been working at a chiropractic clinic in Gothenburg, Sweden.
I really enjoy the diversity of the people that are coming to the clinic. For me it doesn’t matter which age you are, which profession you have or where you come from. It doesn’t matter if you are seeking help for pain, if you are an athlete who wishes to improve performance, if you are pregnant or postpartum or just an “already healthy person” wishing to optimize the quality of your life. My role within the world’s largest natural health care profession is to help you reach your highest potential.
Together we will work on an inside-out approach to reorganise and reconnect the body with its ability for self-healing. I am using different techniques for this, such as: Diversified, Gonstead, Activator, Arthrostim, Applied Kinesiology (AK), Webster and Cranio Sacral Technique (SOT) and Tonal Technique.
I am also a member of FICS (Fédération Internationale de Chiropratique du Sport), and have been working in a team with medical doctors and physiotherapists, treating beach volleyball players.