As an undergraduate learning about the nervous system, my physiology teacher described what I thought was the basis of chiropractic. After a short debate, the professor tersely denounced chiropractic and I strengthened my resolve to learn more. I originally applied to Northwestern Health Sciences (NWHSU) in 1993 but turned down the opportunity to raise a family instead. After 20 years of raising my children and working in a family services field, I finally decided to follow my dream of going back to school to become a doctor. I graduated from NWHSU in 2014.
Now, I am passionate about helping individuals and families learn about the body’s ability to take care of itself when given chiropractic treatment, proper nutrition and quality exercise. I love seeing my patients have great success with a few adjustments of their spine, a tweak to their posture and minor changes to their diet. Sometimes, more detailed treatment is necessary so I have completed additional education in posture perfection, Graston Technique, nutrition and Kinesiotaping. I enjoy learning and will continue to research new techniques and commit to attending seminars and advanced education to stay up to date on the latest treatments.
When I’m not helping people regain control of their health, my wife and I love doing activities with our 8 children and doing outdoor activities including fishing, sports and motorcycle rides.
I am available for patients Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays 12-6pm and Thursdays 8am-10am and 12pm-2pm. Appointments can also be made on two Saturdays a month 8am-noon. Call (952)894-5108 to make your appointment now.