A loan of $4,275 helped to improve her cash flow while waiting for insurance payments.

Nuria's story

Originally from Cuba, Nuria came to the United States four years ago with her husband and son. The trip was not an easy one, but they were able to make it safely and settle in Florida, where they still live today.

Once settled, she set out to study to be a physical therapist and was rewarded with a diploma. Last year she decided to found her own corporation in a bustling location within her community. Within this facility she set up a full-service rehabilitation center, including, a massage table, ultrasound machine, electrical stimulation machine, stretching table, etc.

Nuria is capable of providing service to six clients a day at this fully equipped facility, depending on treatments. Nuria’s treatment is a specially designed two-part treatment – 40 sessions – where she provides a cold-heat treatment to repair damaged tissue and a second aspect that stretches and strengthens the muscles.

Many of her clients use insurance for her services and these payments are sometimes heavily delayed. She is looking to get a loan to use as working capital to close this gap between treatment and payment from insurance companies.

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