I attended Palmer College of Chiropractic where I received my Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. I also attended Kyung Hee University and received a Masters degree in sports medicine. I have studied a wide range of chiropractic techniques including Thompson, Diversified, Gonstead, Activator Method, and Cox Technique. I also use very successful protocols for the non-surgical treatment of the cervical and lumbar spine with the use of DTS Spinal Decompression Therapy and Active Release technique. I have experience with sports injury, auto accident, post surgery, and scoliosis cases, and have also worked with medical doctors in Dallas, Texas.
I view wellness from a holistic perspective. My concept of wellness consists of using Chiropractic therapy as the foundation for wellness. With this foundation, I believe other aspects of health like nutrition, exercise, stretching, strength training and patient education can be incorporated into the Wellness model. I believe that to be well requires getting adjusted on a regular basis and having an optimal functioning spine and nervous system: This equates to optimal health. If the nervous system is not functioning as well as it could be, the body is in a state of “dis-ease.” The absence of symptoms does not, therefore, equate to health. I believe that wellness is the optimal functioning of mind, body and spirit.