My name is Minu. I’m a health care provider, health advocate … and an artist.
I have a master’s degree in emergency health A.T. Still University (ATSU), and a physician assistance from U.C. Davis. I’m licensed to practice in California and New York. I work primarily in Cardiology and have over 15 years of experience in family practice. I hold small seminars to bring awareness about disease prevention, anti-aging and how to be proactive.
I’m also active member of the community and local non profit organizations. I’ve worked with The Make A Wish Foundation, and was also a part of BHWC.
I’m the author of my personal autobiography, which is titled Misfit. I also enjoy a love for art and style by continuing to evolve as a visual artist. My primary medium is painting created with oil and acrylics.
I am passionate about health and preventive care. I love my work as I am able to assist with the health needs of people in all stages of life. One of my priorities is to stay current with what’s new and what works in wellness by attending health conferences. I have a special interest in the health and wellness of women, and my greatest desire is to go beyond my daily practice and empower women of all ages by making them aware of their inner strength. Women are strong, we all know that, but sometimes we need a reminder. If you’re a woman, I am your Reminder! I believe that knowledge is empowering, and in my blog, I want to bring you the knowledge that can empower you to live healthier and happier life.
After losing my mom in 2020, I started painting again. My daughter’s encouraged me and said “instead of crying, why don’t you pick up your paint brush? You used to paint in New York!”, so that’s exactly what I did. Initially, I started with black and red, because my mom wore red lipstick everyday, until the end. All of my artwork I dedicate to my mother. My art is a part of me and I’ve been inspired by various artists and events throughout my life.
As for my interest in fashion, that comes from my having worked in the fashion industry in New York prior to moving to California. I was a successful print model there and internationally. I also taught modeling and produced fashion shows. I still have a passion for style and fashion, so you might ask yourself, how do health and fashion fit together? Because, health is always in fashion. The healthier we are, the better we feel. We have the healthy glow that makes us look our best and wear our clothes best. Good health makes us more confident as we encounter others, and confidence is the soul of fashion.
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