After a life threatening fall, the only doctor who finally helped me was my local chiropractor. Throughout the treatment, I not only healed well, but started to think that being a pharmacist was not for me. The more I read about the history of chiropractic, the more I could see myself fulfilling my goal of being a professional that helps people. I applied to chiropractic school and was accepted early finishing my B.S. in nutrition at Life University. I then went on to Life University School of Chiropractic where I graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 1993.
I’ve lived and practiced in the Chelsea area of Manhattan for over 10 years. Previously, I worked with a group practice of Doctors of Medicine, Doctors of Orthopedics, and Physical Therapists. Now I have a private practice where we see patients with ailments such as headaches, neck, back, and leg pain and have had great success with scoliosis patients.
When not helping New Yorkers stay well, I like to spend time with my wife and two daughters, whether it’s at a weekend soccer game or jogging with my wife. When not with family I’m usually involved in some sports activity during the week. Personally, I have to say that the only way my family and I can keep our active life style is with ongoing chiropractic care. My daughters have been receiving regular adjustments from birth and when my wife was pregnant with both of our children, I treated her sciatica successfully.
Ok, Enough about me! I know that everybody is a little shy but I guarantee you my office staff will make you feel warm and welcomed from your first phone call. Give us a call so we can get you started on the road to better health!