Stanford Balance Center Staff

Leanel Liwanag, BS, CPT

Leanel graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa receiving her B.S. in Kinesiology.  While at university, Leanel was an Athletic Trainer Student for the UH Warrior Football team during their undefeated season.  Leanel has been a Physical Therapy Aide since 2003 and continued her education in becoming a Physical Therapist Assistant.  Her interest in fitness and nutrition led her in becoming a Certified Fitness Trainer from the International Sports Sciences Association. 

Leanel will continue to be involved with Dr. Bronte-Stewart's research and plans on assisting with the future "Stanford Smart Gym".  During her spare time, Leanel enjoys volunteering for the American Red Cross, staying active and being outdoors hiking, running and traveling.


Carlos A Rodriguez, RN CNRN

Deep Brain Stimulator Program and Stanford Balance Center Nurse Coordinator

Carlos graduated cum laude from Washington State University with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in May 2007. He started his career here at Stanford in July 2007 working in the Neuro-Surgical inpatient unit. He obtained his certification as a neuroscience nurse (CNRN) in 2009 and joined the Movement Disorders group in December 2011.

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