Christina Guzman is a Board Certified Physician Assistant. She attended Saint Francis University in Philadelphia, where she earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Medical Science in 2012, as well as an Associate’s of Science as a Physician Assistant from San Joaquin Valley College in Visalia, California. She was one of only three recipients in California to receive the Ruth Webb Scholarship issued by The California Association of Physician Assistants for Academics and Community Service. Prior to her education at Saint Francis University, she also earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Health Care Management from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Before joining the Spine & Nerve Family in early 2017, Ms. Guzman worked with chronic pain patients in several facilities in the Sacramento area, including El Dorado Hills Pain Management and Roger B. Stephens Medical Group. She appreciates the challenges of managing chronic pain, and understands that each patient deserves a personalized treatment plan. Christina served in the United States Air Force as a Medical Laboratry Technician where she received several medals and awards, including Airman of the Quarter Award, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medial, and the Humanitarian Service Medal. When she’s not working, Christina likes to spend quality time with family and friends, traveling, boating, and exploring Downtown Sacramento.