I grew up on a farm in central Washington. I had no idea that when I grew up I would become a Chiropractor. I always thought that I would continue to farm and never gave it much thought. When I was in High School I began to get headaches often and used medications to ease the pain and continue with my life. In 1994 I went to a chiropractor with small hopes that he would be able to do anything to help me. After leaving his office I felt the same as I usually did and went about my business. After three weeks of not having a headache, I realized that it must have been due to the adjustment that I had received from the chiropractor. When my next headache arose I decided to return and see him again. I have been under chiropractic care ever since. I left farming and attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, where I learned how chiropractic can help almost anything. While working in the clinics at Palmer I saw many people come in with a wide range of problems and get the treatment that helped them live a better quality of life. I feel chiropractic can benefit anyone who chooses to use it and that they will experience a better quality of life themselves. My family has also seen the benefits of chiropractic. I have a son with autism and he has seen good results under chiropractic care. I am excited to be here in the Tri Cities and look forward to helping people feel better and live happier lives.
2009- Doctor of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic; Davenport, IA
2009-Present Washington State Chiropractic License
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, Parts I, II, III, IV
2009-Present Washington State Chiropractic Association