Trisha Mooradian, PT, DPT, NCS joined the Loma Linda University Health team in 2015. She earned her BS from Long Beach State in 2010, and DPT from Loma Linda University in 2013.
Growing up, Trisha was very involved with sports and developed a great interest in science, especially advanced biology in high school. As a result, she sought a profession that combined the two worlds. With her faith background, she knew she also wanted to be in a field that would help others.
Trisha worked in the neurological rehab department at Loma Linda’s Outpatient Rehab and has helped patients with neurological disorders such as CVA, vestibular, SCI and pediatrics. In 2019, she transitioned to the Neuropathic Therapy Center. Trisha is fascinated by the miracle of Intraneural Facilitation (INF) therapy and how much it has helped those with neuropathy and nerve disorders. Particularly because neuropathy is an ailment that cannot be easily treated with conventional physical therapy. Now she sees that there is hope for those patients with these symptoms to reach a better quality of life.
Trisha hopes to become involved in more research for neuropathy to further identify the importance and usefulness of this treatment.