After completing my undergraduate degree, I was doing research work for a major pharmaceutical company when I began having severe headaches on a daily basis. My fiance (now my wife) told me that I should see her chiropractor. I was certainly skeptical, but I was tired of popping pills every day that was having little to no effect. I finally went to see her chiropractor.
The first adjustment was amazing, and after only a few visits my headaches were totally gone. I can remember thinking this guy has some different ideas about health, but I was somehow drawn to them because they seemed right and logical. His office was very nice, his patients seemed to love him, and it was clear that he loved his work. I decided very quickly that I would love to do this for other people, and the rest is history.
I am so thrilled that I get to help people just like myself every day. Looking back, I know that I was meant for this job, and it is such a blessing. Certainly, our bodies are "fearfully and wonderfully made" and I get to work with them every day. I am truly blessed. As far as the FBI thing goes, I guess that just didn't work out, or could your next chiropractor have a secret identity? I'll never tell.
Here are a few points (in no particular order) on the path I took in building this practice:
I achieved my Bachelor's degree in Biology from Tennessee Temple University
I studied everything from organic & inorganic chemistry to physiology and anatomy.
I earned my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College of Kansas City
I mentored under a true "healer," Dr. Hugo Gibson.
My mission is to inspire people to take care of their bodies as well as they do their cars (hence our office theme.)
My goal is to get people on the road to recovery and then maintain optimal health
I'm not only a doctor, but I'm also a patient. I practice what I preach, with weekly adjustments with another mentor, Dr. Timothy Meng.
I wholeheartedly believe that just as you brush, floss, and take your daily vitamins, Chiropractic care should become part of your regular routine. Keeping your body properly aligned has a positive effect on every other aspect of life, and we're here to keep that foundation strong and secure.