I developed a passion for neuromuscular ailments and the society in general as I studied more about human health. I graduated in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in science from San Diego State, and in 2016 with chiropractic degree from Southern California University, and I have a certificate in kinescoping. By the end of 2018, I am expected to get my master’s degree in health administration. I have had the chance to participate in the cure and management of neuromuscular ailments predominantly back and neck pains. When human beings experience severe pain, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. My greatest passion is bringing relief to people who are undergoing extreme pain. I assist these people, who include children, adults, and families to find healthy perceptions of themselves. I can speak English, Arabic, and Kurdish.
I believe that no single approach is the right one for every individual, so I have been trained in a range of modalities. I have gained the relevant analytical skills in the course of my education and my experiences with different people that I believe form the basis for the uncovering and sequentialproposal of appropriate regenerative as well as restorative exercises. Also, I have the ability to propose changes in diets as required in the management of various illnesses significant in this field. Nonetheless, I have conducted a great deal of lab work, research work, and analyzed different existing studies on neuromuscular ailments. This helps me understand the subject much better. For fun, I enjoy helping the needy in the society, and taking part in community development activities. I am quite excited and contented with what I do, and I believe I am capable of bringing change to the society.