Bianca graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Biology from UC Davis before continuing on to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of California, San Francisco. She became passionate about physical therapy at a take your daughter to work day at UCSF when she was 10 years old and since then her interest for movement has only grown.
With a passion for teaching and research, Bianca has instructed multiple anatomy courses for UC Davis as well as UCSF. She has also contributed to numerous research projects including a study examining the effects of myofascial decompression on IT band syndrome in long distance runners.
Bianca believes that each individual has unique needs and benefits most from personalized care. She uses her extensive knowledge of the human body to optimize treatments for each patient, whether that treatment is hands-on manual techniques or therapeutic exercises.
When not at the gym or working, she enjoys playing competitive soccer and surfing. If not enjoying a game, you can find Bianca traveling, cooking, skiing, or adventuring in nature.