M3 PT - September 2019


WWW.M3PT.COM / LA · 310.275.4137 / WEST HILLS · 747.888.3562 / SEPTEMBER 2019


Becoming the office manager and marketing director of a physical therapy clinic isn’t exactly something I saw coming. Back in the Philippines, I worked my way up from public relations to writing and reporting for television. I thought my future would stay squarely in the media industry, but life can surprise you in some pretty wonderful ways. After coming to the U.S., I needed to start from scratch. Having so many possible paths in front of me, I realized I should sit down and figure out what I really wanted from a career. Continuing to use the communication skills I picked up from my time in the media was a must, but I needed to find work I felt passionate about. With this in mind, medical industries were at the top of my list, and I put my talents toward helping those who help others. I’ve been a member of the M3 team for almost a year now, and it has been a deeply meaningful experience. There’s this sense of urgency when you work in a clinic — it’s not for the faint of heart. The people who come to us are not your typical customers; these are people in pain who need help fast. Thankfully, I get to match these people to an amazing group of professionals who can get them on the path to recovery. FINDING M3 KRISH ZULUETA’S JOURNEY TO OUR TEAM The people I get to work with every day and their unrelenting compassion inspire me to become a better version of myself. There is a genuine spirit of cooperation at the clinic. It’s amazing to have shared purpose revolving around helping others. Getting to be around and learning from such dedicated people has been a great opportunity, and I am proud to be a part of this team. They’re practically family. Outside the office, I try to make new, amazing memories every chance I get. I’ve always loved the outdoors, and the U.S. has only increased that love — it’s a massively stunning country, and I’m grateful to be here. Los Angeles feels like home. The weather is almost

always perfect, and the beach, the mountains, and the desert are just a short trail distance away. Plus, the city is a treasure trove of food and culture. These days, I enjoy biking and hiking, and I’m learning how to ski. Of course, I can’t be out in nature all the time. I’ve come to appreciate staying at home with my husband for some quality rest and relaxation, too. For me, this usually means binge-watching documentaries, enjoying Hayao Miyazaki movies, listening to podcasts, playing music, or editing videos. Things have become a little

crazier at home, though, thanks to our newly adopted kitten. I swear it’s possessed by some mischievous demonic entity, but we’re getting used to the craziness — or maybe we’re under our little cat’s spell. Time flies swiftly. And if you think about it, we don’t have much time. The older I get, the more I realize how important it is to show appreciation to the people we care about. If you’re not good with words, show them instead. Action speaks louder than words. There are times when I seem guarded and unavailable, but I crave meaningful connection. I’m always looking for that someone who can catch my attention with their interesting genuine personality. I value deep connection, and it’s always such a privilege to get to know

and learn about another person — their stories, beliefs, struggles, and aspirations. At the end of the day, what matters is how you made the other person feel. Life is too short for important things to be left undone. Either way, my time at M3 and in LA as a whole has certainly been magical! I can’t wait to see what surprises the next year brings.

–Krish Zulueta

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