When I was 19 years old, I was lifting weights at Bellarmine College, when suddenly I felt my lower back snap. I ended up going to a chiropractor to have my spine corrected. It was about a month after my first adjustment that I decided to become a chiropractor.
I attended Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis. Logan instilled in its students the fact that true health cannot be found in a pill, but only in a healthy nervous system.
After completing my internship, passing my national and state boards, and completing a residency program, I returned to Louisville. I had always wanted to return to my home roots because I was born, reared, and attended school there (St. Albert the Great, Trinity, and Bellarmine College).
Because of my own personal history, I have a real passion for correcting back pain and am especially sympathetic towards those people who are struggling with back-related health issues. That is the very reason that most of my post graduate conferences revolve around the latest treatment techniques for back pain.
I am a member of the North American Spine Society and the International Chiropractic Association. To keep myself tall and fit, I regularly visit Fitness 19, play tennis at Seneca Park and do my “7 Minute Posture Program” at home.
I look forward to meeting you soon!