I have been amazed by the function and ability of the human body for as long as I can remember. Advancing my clinical knowledge and skillset is every bit as important as my physical fitness. I have explored many forms of exercise and sport over the years; from pole vaulting, to collegiate cheerleading, and even Strongman training.
My experience clinically, academically, and as an athlete has afforded me a strong understanding of the physical and mental aspects of injuries and rehabilitation. My goal is to help patients cultivate a foundation of knowledge and positive habits that will lead to a reduction in pain and an increase in overall health.
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition - Oklahoma State University
Doctor of Chiropractic - Parker University
Certified Applied Kinesiology
Previously Certified Active Release Technique
What to Expect
I believe the keystone to an effective rehab plan, or strategy to staying physically healthy, begins with education. Having a strong understanding of why you are dealing with pain or dysfunction and how you are going to improve is paramount in resolving any issue.
Your initial session will involve; a conversation about your history of sport/exercise, a detailed history of any injuries and rehab, an in-depth assessment of how well each major joint in your body moves, and an assessment of how you move in general. With this information we create a unique care plan for you. These care plans include soft tissue work, chiropractic adjustments, mobility and strengthening exercises, an individualized home care plan, and access to a library of videos that will walk you through your home exercises.