I grew up in Clinton, Iowa, and received my high school diploma from Clinton High in 1997. One incident that sparked my fascination with chiropractic was when I battled spinal meningitis at the age of 6. After being discharged from the hospital, I still faced limited neck mobility and occasional headaches, accompanied by spinal pain. However, my first adjustments, given by a chiropractic family member a few months later, provided tremendous relief. This occurred in 1985.

I completed my doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College, Davenport in 2008. For the majority of my adjustments, I utilize techniques from the Palmer package. My expertise lies in the treatment of car accident injuries, sports injuries, and work-related injuries. Moreover, I incorporate postural retraining and nutritional counseling to enhance overall health and body mechanics.

I’ve also dedicated some of my time to volunteer work through Empowerment through Sports in Gilbert, AZ, and presently in Clinton, IA. Additionally, I’ve actively participated in annual food drives in both Gilbert, AZ, and Clinton, Iowa. Furthermore, I continue to support local businesses and community schools through donations.

I’ve been practicing chiropractic for 16 years and have been based in Clinton since 2015. Currently, I derive immense joy from spending quality time with my children, namely Zach, Zoee, and Harlo. It’s truly heartwarming to witness their growth within this amazing community.