Work with a personalized care team that helps you manage your conditions and reach your goals
Engage with our empathetic and supportive care team through secure video or chat sessions on the Aila Health virtual care platform.
Your Aila Health Coach will tailor a wellness plan specifically for you, taking into account your individual circumstances and aspirations.
Obtain a customized nutrition plan that aids in the management of inflammation, promoting optimal respiratory health.
Stay informed about effective strategies for managing your chronic respiratory condition through carefully selected educational materials shared by your care team.
When to see a Pulmonologist?
When you're experiencing the following symptoms:
Persistent chest discomfort
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
Irregular or rapid heart rate
Swelling in the legs or ankles
Experiencing nausea or vomiting in relation to respiratory issues
Meet Our Autoimmune Specialty Care Team
Aila Health's Expert Health Coach
She is a Health Coach and an Autoimmune Warrior. She partners with individuals diagnosed with autoimmune conditions to become a champion for their life by building habits that help manage fatigue, flares, and pain so life can be enjoyed.
Jenifer Tharani, MS, RD
Aila Health's Anti-Inflammatory Nutritionist
Jenifer focuses on helping patients adopt a non-restrictive, gut healing anti-inflammatory eating pattern to help with weight loss, PCOS, prevent and manage chronic illnesses. Jenifer provides individualized and personalized nutrition plans for members of the Aila Health community.
Diego Bonilla, MD
Dr. Diego Bonilla is a dedicated pulmonologist who prioritizes comprehensive and compassionate care. He empowers patients to actively participate in their respiratory health, tailoring treatment plans to their specific needs. With expertise and a compassionate approach, Dr. Bonilla improves the quality of life for individuals with respiratory conditions.
Track your Symptoms with the Aila Health App
Some symptoms aren't easy to diagnose when they overlap with many other conditions or aren't easily visible to healthcare providers.
Use the Aila Health app to start tracking your symptoms daily to show your doctors how your symptoms change over time to get a better idea of what could be triggering them and how to manage them.