“You will thank me tomorrow.”
Growing up in Canada, you have to play hockey. If you don’t, you are ostracized and beat up on playground. I played for 18yrs and it was a hockey accident that made me become a chiropractor. It’s a great story, ask me about it when you come to the clinic. It wasn’t just hockey for me; I also raced mountain bikes, played football and wrestled. There is not an ache or pain that you can bring in that I have not experienced at some point. I thrive on being empathetic, not just sympathetic toward my patients.
My undergraduate degree is Kinesiology from the University of Guelph. After Guelph, I moved to Chesterfield, MO and attended Logan College of Chiropractic where I received a Bachelors of Human Biology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Immediately after graduation, I moved to the valley and started into practice. It has been 9 years that I have been with the Pain Stop Clinics, and I have seen them expand and evolve as the demand for responsible solutions to pain and health grows. I am very happy to say that I am a part of such a wonderful and caring group.
When not in the clinic, I am spending time with son, Logan (yes, he was named after my school. Not Wolverine), my two dogs Sampson (English Bulldog) and Kane (Great Dane) or enjoying one of the valley’s newest restaurants. I consider myself a Foodie and part time chef. I have been known to hand out healthy recipes around the clinic (and some not so healthy…but those are just for holidays).