My why: Seeing peoples’ lives change for both better and worse is why I felt the need to become a Chiropractor. I still remember the day my grandfather underwent back surgery and how his quality of life went downhill so quickly, once he started working with a chiropractor everything changed. I was amazed by the difference a holistic approach made in his life and became immediately intrigued by preventive care. One of my favorite days in this profession was when I took over my grandfather’s care after graduating chiropractic school. He told me his only goal was to be able to go to the grocery store independently, this interaction humbled me. Here is my strong, brave grandfather and all he wants is to go to the store. My finest moment as a Chiropractor is still the phone call we had that night after his visit to the grocery.
WHO I LIKE TO WORK WITH
Though I enjoy helping everyone who comes to see me, I feel a special connection to treating those with low back pain as it is why I first sought care. Headache and migraine sufferers, people with stiff neck and shoulders also have a close place to my heart as my family has been able to gain great results to these ailments with Chiropractic care. I also love to help kids, I have 150 hours towards the Carrick Functional Neurology Diplomat which gives me special training to help treat kids and adults with anxiety, lack of focus, autism spectrum disorders, and traumatic brain injuries.
I feel taking a whole body approach to health care is the best way for us to not only feel our best but to also function our best.
After getting my undergraduate degree at University of Louisville, I completed my chiropractic training at Palmer College of Chiropractic and started practicing in Louisville. After years of practice I moved to Lexington for a new adventure.
I’m excited to be in Lexington where I hope to continue my purpose in life helping others through their journeys in health.
For fun: I enjoy playing golf, soccer, traveling, and spending time with my wife Sarah and my chihuahua Nala.
Board Certified and Licensed in Kentucky and Florida
Certified in Diversified, Gonstead, Thompson, and Activator Techniques Certified in Extremity Adjusting
Certified in Graston Technique
Certified in Cox Flexion/Distraction Technique
Carrick Functional Neurology Training
American Chiropractic Association
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Exercise Science – University of Louisville Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) – Palmer College of Chiropractic