Tina is nationally certified physician assistant specialized in occupational medicine. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with an emphasis in molecular biology. She then earned Masters of Science degree in physician assistant studies from Western University of Health Science.
I strongly believe in building a rapport with my patients so they feel comfortable and supported and my goal is to educate and guide a patient through their physical and emotional recovery after any type of injury
Her professional interests include rheumatology, autoimmune disorders and occupational medicine. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician assistants and is certified in advanced cardiac life support.