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Physical Therpist

The average employee loses 10 days per year due to musculoskeletal conditions ­– more than any other major health condition.

Over 50% of American adults report suffering from a musculoskeletal disease, significantly more than circulatory or respiratory conditions. 70% of employees who have missed time at work report having a musculoskeletal condition.

We deliver impeccable virtual first, clinical care that keeps people out of the hospital and avoids unnecessary surgeries by focusing on integrated partnerships and collaborative care. A custom, un-fragmented, evidence based approach reduces costs and improves outcomes. The result is reduced costs and healthier employees with a higher quality of life.

Our collaborative care model is led by the primary care physician (PCP) and a dedicated musculoskeletal care manager handpicked for your organization’s specific needs.

Meet your Care Team


Deborah Melendez

Dr. Melendez discovered her guiding principle in the jungles of Bolivia. While doing field research on tuberculosis patients, she was stunned to discover that patients weren’t completing their treatment, despite it being fully paid for by the government.

Deborah realized that patients need more than the right prescription. They need the right doctor and the right motivation. Simply, a consultation with Deborah is a masterclass in motivation for the body, mind and spirit.


“I see the whole person not just a medical profile. I treat the whole person not just a medical symptom. Let me help you live longer, happier, and healthier.”


Dr. Melendez is a board-certified family medicine physician. She began her medical career attaining honors in Biology at Wellesley College, before earning her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX.

She completed her internship at the Conroe Medical Education Foundation program and finished her residency at The Methodist Hospital in Houston in 2007. Over the past 14 years, Dr. Melendez has worked in private group practices, solo practice, and large federally-funded health centers. She is skilled at managing complex patients with acute and chronic problems.


Dr. Sida Yan

Dr. Sida Yan served on the front lines in Urgent Care during the pandemic, working 12-hour shifts in crisis conditions, all with a baby at home. Her husband built a UV light sanitizing cupboard in their garage for her to use at the end of each shift. Sida carries this same sacrificial commitment as a Medici Primary Care Doctor. Her empathy, love and experience make her a doctor like no other.


“I am profoundly committed to the health and happiness of my patients.”


Dr. Yan is a board-certified family medicine physician. She attended St. Louis University School of Medicine in her hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. After medical school, she joined her husband in San Antonio, where he was stationed as an active-duty Air Force officer. Sida completed her family medicine residency at UT

Health San Antonio and continues to enjoy practicing evidence-based medicine specifically tailored to each of her patient’s needs.


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