Owner/Clinician for Rehab and Performance Chiropractic
Member of Matthews
I attended East Carolina University and received my Bachelors of Science in Biology and then went to Northeast College of Health Sciences where I earned my Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2017. I worked as an associate chiropractor in Waxhaw, NC for 5 years before I decided to leave my position and start my own practice, Rehab and Performance Chiropractic.
I have a passion for rehabilitation, chronic pain, sports injuries and performance, and empowering others through education and exercise. I want to change the perception of traditional chiropractic care where patients rely on the doctor to "fix" their symptoms. Through one-on-one, individualized care, I want to teach patients how to be self-sufficient in their conditions. I use evidence-based strength and rehabilitation principles to help each patient recover from pain and injuries. No matter the age or skill level, my goal is to create a more resilient individual so they can live their life to the fullest.
In my free time I enjoy being outside and being active. I love to play a variety of sports, going on hikes, trying new breweries, and spending time with my wife, two daughters, and two dogs.