Clinician for a Federally Qualified Health Center in San Diego, CA named Family Health Centers of San Diego – Employee since 2016
– Experienced in treating both outpatient and inpatient settings, and currently working with outpatient adult and pediatric patient populations
– Received “Provider of Compassion Award” 2019
Graduated from Emory University 2014, with his Doctorate in PT and received Bachelors in Environmental Education at University of Redlands 2006
He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua until 2008, and as a result is better able to serve his Spanish speaking patient population
He strives to help a person heal to optimize functional movement by crafting a plan of care for each patient that correlates with their level of change in both a mental and physical manner, by working alongside the patient and other health care providers to do so.
He has an array of knowledge in the fields of anatomy/physiology related to functional impairments, exercise prescription, manual therapy, health & wellness and nutrition
Chase “likes to move or be moved,” and often experiences this with travel, being involved in various recreational activities and while spending time with friends & family.
Often times in the health care profession the healers are overlooked, when instead they should be incorporated in the patient/provider healing process of health care as AIHM promotes, because in the end we can only give what we have.