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Meet Our Team at Spinal Care Chiropractic

At Spinal Care Chiropractic, our warm and welcoming team creates a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere for you. We look forward to meeting you and discovering how we can help you regain your health!


April Grace Olores

April Grace Olores, Clinic Manager

April obtained her Bachelor of Science in Legal Management from Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines, Bachelor of Built Environment and Graduate Diploma in Interior Design from Queensland University of Technology in Australia, as well as Certificate in Commercial Cookery and Patisserie from TAFE SA in Australia. Before joining Spinal Care Chiropractic, she held jobs as an interior designer and chef in Australia. She likes working as a part of our welcoming team, seeing patients leave with smiles on their faces and enjoying better health. April is the mother of a three beautiful children. Outside of work, she loves eating out and traveling, cooking and baking, watching theater and musicals and spending time with family and friends.

Princess Bouquet M. Rodas

Princess Bouquet R. Villanueva, Clinic Supervisor

A registered nurse, Princess earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She likes meeting new people and providing quality healthcare to a diverse group of people, always gaining more knowledge about Chiropractic. Princess is open to learning new skills and knowledge and enjoys socializing. She loves to travel, sing, play the piano and organ, watch movies, color and take pictures. Our practice offers weekend appointments.

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Emmanuelle Anne Morales, Nurse

As her mother is also a nurse, Louanne was inspired to become one as well. She attended Remedios Trinidad Romualdez Memorial Schools – Makati Medical Center to prepare for her career, graduating in 2008. In addition to her nursing education, she has four years of professional experience at a JCI-accredited hospital.

Louanne has cared for patients 0 to those 90 and older throughout her nursing career. She uses the various skills she’s acquired to provide excellent care to patients. For Louanne, the most fulfilling aspect of being a nurse is working closely with our chiropractors to see patients get better after choosing chiropractic treatment. That’s especially true when they were initially recommended surgery.

Louanne likes to spend time with her son and dogs when she’s not at the practice. She and her son enjoy trying new restaurants as well as new activities.

Lyra Jane De Pedro

Lyra Jane De Pedro, Nurse

“My inspiration for choosing the nursing profession is my grandmother because I want to care for her and others.”

Lyra graduated from Iloilo Doctors’ College in 2022 with her nursing degree. She also takes continuing education courses to stay abreast of the latest in the field. In addition to her nursing credentials, Lyra is a fast learner and effective multi-tasker who gets the job done quickly. She’s also very tech-savvy and proficient in using Microsoft.

For Lyra, the most rewarding aspect of being a nurse is seeing patients getting better and witnessing their journey.

When she’s not at the practice, Lyra likes drinking coffee, watching movies and talking about realizations in life.

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Judy Marie Arevalo, Physical Therapist

To prepare for her career in PT, Judy graduated from Universidad de Manila in 2013. She decided to pursue a career in the field after her mother suggested she take a PT course.

She’s been practicing for almost 10 years and finds it rewarding to help patients move better and more comfortably.

In her spare time, Judy enjoys watching movies and TV series and sometimes reading.

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Rae Licup, Physical Therapist

“My grandmother inspired me to become a PT because she showed me how PT helped her to regain strength and to return to her ADLs after having spondylolisthesis.”

In 2019, Rae graduated from San Juan De Dios Educational Foundation Inc. with her bachelor’s degree and also passed the local board exam. She takes professional development courses to stay abreast of the latest in the field and is currently reviewing for the US National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE).

When not providing patients with PT, Rae likes to watch movies and TV series, play video games, and try different restaurants.

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Cleo Sheleigh Estole, Physical Therapist

“I chose to become a physical therapist because my mom couldn’t pursue it back then, so I decided to continue it for her. Eventually, I loved the course and have no regrets about choosing it despite it being difficult.”

Cleo graduated from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Inc. in June 2023. She plans to take courses that would further improve her knowledge and skills as a physical therapist to provide her patients with the highest quality of care.

As a compassionate physical therapist, Cleo ensures her patients get the highest quality of care to help them improve their quality of life. “What I find the most fulfilling aspect of being a physical therapist is when I get to see my patients improve from their conditions and be a part of it.”

When she’s not at the practice, Cleo loves to travel to different places, mostly beaches, and explore new things. She also recently learned freediving which she really enjoyed and has become a new hobby of hers.

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Shania Grace Del Mundo, PTRP

Shania chose physical therapy because she wanted to have more patient interaction. She graduated with her PT degree from the University of Baguio in 2020 and takes continuing education courses.

For Shania, what she enjoys most about being a physical therapist is that there are various treatment plans for musculoskeletal conditions. “In my experience, the combination of physical therapy and chiropractic care is more effective than conventional treatments.”

Shania likes acquiring new skills in her spare time, such as learning different languages, painting, and more.

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Dana Angela Ganitnit, Physical Therapist

Dana graduated from De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute in June 2020 with a BS in Physical Therapy. Her mom encouraged her to pursue the degree as her pre-med course. “My mother thinks it’ll be helpful for me when I study medicine.” At first Dana didn’t know anything about PT, but learned to like it during her internship.
She also has plans to take professional development courses in the future.

Self-described as very persistent, compassionate, and bubbly, Dana loves helping patients. “As cliché as it sounds, the most fulfilling aspect of being a PT is helping people have a better quality of life, but I think that’s what physical therapists are built for.”

Outside the practice, Dana likes to go to the gym and try other active hobbies such as tennis, golf and mountain climbing. She also likes participating in marathons.

Nancy Vocal

Nancy Vocal, Housekeeping Staff

Spinal Care Chiropractic Housekeeping Staff, Daisy Gomo

Daisy Gomo, Housekeeping Staff


Meet the Team at Spinal Care Chiropractic | 917 842 6160