I have been a practicing chiropractor in St. Louis since 2008. Anatomy, physiology, and natural methods of health and healing have always been fascinating to me. The specific interest in chiropractic care and rehabilitation are the result of managing some of my own back and neck injuries. These were the result of some physically demanding jobs, hiking heavy equipment while serving in the Marine Corps and participating in contact sports. While learning about various treatments and self-management strategies, I became passionate about spine health. I started to realize why the term “backbone” is used to describe the integrity of a structure or system. It is because the spine and pelvis are the foundational support for the entire body. Throughout my own experience, I have found that when my spine is healthy, my body as a whole is healthy. In addition to serving my patients, I also teach physical rehabilitation to the students at Logan College.
In my personal life, I am married and have three amazing children. Maintaining a healthy balance between work, family and personal growth are of utmost importance to me. Some of my interests and hobbies include martial arts, yoga, and playing the guitar. I enjoy learning, reading, and listening to audio books on just about any topic. The one theme that has been constant throughout my life is an idea of optimal health. Not for perfection, but for maintaining the best quality of life possible.
My passion as a chiropractor is to help others in achieving the best quality of life possible as well. It is exciting for me to keep up with the current trends in health and wellness. I enjoy sharing information with my patients and guiding them to lead healthier lives. Likewise, I stay current with the latest in chiropractic adjustments, myofascial release and rehabilitation techniques. I strive to use each therapy in a way that is most beneficial to helping my patients.
I have been a St. Louis chiropractor, practicing in Kirkwood since 2010. Whether you’re suffering from chronic low back pain or a minor kink in your neck, I would encourage you to visit these resources, low back pain relief, or neck pain relief. I’m also a specialist for treating pinched nerves and can help with sciatica. Thank you for taking a minute to get to know me and I look forward to an opportunity to work with you.