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Diana Ruiz, C.M.T.

Diana is born and raised in the Bay Area. Her interests include art, baking, cooking, and exploring. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her pug named Coco and watching comedy movies.

Diana attended Acalanes High School where she found her passion for sports medicine and realized she enjoyed helping people. She found it fulfilling to take on a profession in which she could help people return to their active, busy and/or physically demanding lives.

Following High School, Diana went on to study Kinesiology at Saint Mary's College of California in Moraga. She graduated in 2021 with a Bachelors in Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Exercise Science.

Diana joined the Precision Sports Medicine team in 2021 as Provider Assistant, where she put her skills and knowledge into practice while also gaining hands on experience. Diana has since graduated from the National Holistic Institute in Emeryville and is now a Certified Massage Therapist. Now, Diana is happily working in a profession where she can help people. 

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Carly Humann, C.M.T.

Carly is a graduate of The National Holistic Institute in Emeryville where she studied and practiced several massage therapy modalities. Movement and physical activity have always
been apart of Carly’s life while growing up playing softball and basketball throughout high school, to playing 4 years of lacrosse in College. 

In 2018 Carly ran a half marathon after being in a minor car accident that hurt her back and hip. Needless to say that was not what her body needed to help recover correctly. A friend recommended Precision Sports Medicine and after a few sessions with Dr. Matock and stretching exercises from Dr. Perry things were starting to getting back to normal.

It was after that experience that Carly wanted to help others ease their pain, increase range of motion and enhance their quality of self. Humann Holistic Healing is a place to give your body the relaxation, release and recovery it needs so you can feel like your full self.

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