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I am a physiotherapist; I recognize it as part of my identity. I am one in the clinical, educational, informative, and research aspects.

I can’t help but smile at what I consider a paradox of fate: my birthday is on World Physiotherapy Day, funny right?

My doctorate allowed me to combine the research dimension with my passion as a teacher and pediatrics has allowed me to find full meaning as a professional. I participate as a trainer in Master’s and Postgraduate programs in pediatric physiotherapy and neurodevelopment in several countries.

Along my journey, I have been fortunate to encounter the great masters of physiotherapy and neurodevelopment. Thanks to his legacy, I created my own paradigms; my own innovative methodologies for child development and adult physical therapy.

Since then, I travel and expand my horizons to train healthcare and education professionals in thought models that take them beyond what they believe are their own limits.

Through my publications and my work as a trainer and speaker I try to create those connections between areas of knowledge and professional disciplines that should always have worked together.

In addition to directing the Institute of Integrative Therapies, my own physiotherapy space, I lead the international TMPI-PIMTproject. Our mission? Improving the way families, professionals, and institutions worldwide support the development of babies and children.

I am a physiotherapist; I acknowledge it as part of my identity. I am one in the clinical, educational, informative, and research aspects.

I can’t help but smile at what I consider a paradox of fate: my birthday is on World Physiotherapy Day, funny right?

My doctorate allowed me to combine the research dimension with my passion as a teacher and pediatrics has allowed me to find full meaning as a professional. I participate as a trainer in Master’s and Postgraduate programs in pediatric physiotherapy and neurodevelopment in several countries.

Along my journey, I have been fortunate to encounter the great masters of physiotherapy and neurodevelopment. Thanks to his legacy, I created my own paradigms; my own innovative methodologies for child development and adult physical therapy.

Since then, I travel and expand my horizons to train healthcare and education professionals in thought models that take them beyond what they believe are their own limits.

Through my publications and my work as a trainer and speaker I try to create those connections between areas of knowledge and professional disciplines that should always have worked together.

In addition to directing the Institute of Integrative Therapies, my own physiotherapy space, I lead the international TMPI-PIMTproject. Our mission? Improving the way families, professionals, and institutions worldwide support the development of babies and children.