BRONX, N.Y., Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vida Dionne Chua, DMS, CSTP, is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Healthcare. Chua is a Physical Therapist/Rehab Manager at Bronx Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation. A medical company that prides itself on helping individuals of all ages with various treatments, Bronx Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation provides care for a wide range of diagnoses, injuries, and conditions. Amassing ten years of knowledge and experience, Chua's skills and areas of expertise include Orthopedic setting and my specialization is neurological problems and neurological physical therapy. As a result of her ongoing successes, Vida was inducted into the National Association of Professional Women VIP Woman of The Year Circle and is an esteemed member of the Philippine PT Association. To further her professional development, Chua is affiliated with many prestigious organizations that span both the U.S. and the Philippines. She is a part of the Philippine PT Association, National Association of Professional Women, and the Academy of Filipino American Physical Therapists. Throughout the course of her education and training, Chua received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Emilio Aguinaldo University. She went on to complete her post- graduate training from Manual Medicine Group and SOMATIC. Dionne was fortunate to have been trained and mentored by equally competent leaders in her field. She looks up to Dr. Sandro Strix Toledo, Maria Teresa Garcia, Leomil Adriano and Samuel Ignacio. Additionally, Chua is the eldest daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Virgilio Chua, now both retired from long and gainful careers in the Philippines' leading telecommunications company. She inspired her brothers to follow her footsteps into the medical field. Vincent Oliver now practices as a nurse in New Zealand; Verdan Joseph is a dentist who aced the 2012 licensure exams and currently runs his own private practice; Vergil Lloyd ventured into Medical Technology in Nuclear Technology at the Asian Institute in Manila. Meanwhile, her youngest brother Vermont Edward is taking up Post-Graduate Studies in Administration in New Zealand. Her keys to success are to "be punctual always" and to follow the golden rule of, "Don't do unto others what you don't want others to do unto you." Chua's future goals are, "to continue serving mankind as a Physical therapist and to be able to teach others who would want to walk in this path of career."Outside of work, Chua is interested in aerial navigation. She is also interested in oil painting, karaoke, guitars, keyboarding, and runs an online medical blog.