I enjoyed the process of renewal, rebranding, and reinvention. This process allows me to practice my core value of forgiveness, particularly of myself. When I’ve eaten too much or not lost the weight I wanted to, the opportunity to begin again is liberating. My goal is to help women access this “super-power” and live their best lives through pelvic health education and treatment.
I have been able to help my patients become more aware of their own feminine health and anatomy through education and self-awareness. I love helping women through the process of pelvic health enlightenment and healing and improved function as a woman. This may mean better control of their bodily functions or more awareness of how their pelvic floor and anatomy work together. There is nothing more exciting and beautiful than to see the smile of a woman after she had been empowered through education and self-discovery.
When I started medical school, I was convinced that I was going to be a geriatric provider, as I loved my experience as a nursing assistant while I was in college. During clinical rotations, I had a transformative experience during obstetrics and gynecology. It allowed me to participate across the lifespan of women, from the process of birth to the end of her life. I later developed a passion for surgery, in particularly urogynecology or Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. This specialty is a beautiful collaboration Gynecology, Urology and Colorectal surgery. This new frontier allowed me to become an ambassador for women’s healthcare and use my gifts and talents to help transform the lives of women.