About the Practitioner

Please, leave what you know about “chiropractic” behind you. What I do is move connective tissue and joints for the purpose of restoring mobility and maintaining musculoskeletal function, without the hype.

I am licensed as a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC), but unlike a typical chiropractic setting where the primary focus is on adjusting the spinal joints to cure a list of maladies, my approach begins and ends with addressing the soft tissues that attach to or influence the function of the spine to resolve musculoskeletal conditions (in effect, less cracking; more stretching). I do that relying on almost 30 years of professional massage & bodywork experience not taught in chiropractic school.


Things to Know about my Practice:

    • Services are by reservation, averaging an hour, at my home office.
    • I treat one person at a time, with the intent of being maximally therapeutic on every visit. A family member or friend is welcome to attend.
    • Modesty is respected at all times, however manual therapy optimally requires contact with the affected area.
    • I don’t sell vitamins, or promote pseudoscience. The service I offer is manually moving deep connective tissue, improving posture, instilling ergonomic awareness, and the restoration & maintenance of functional mobility.
    • You won’t be harassed with reminders to reschedule, or unlimited-care contracts. You’re in control how often and how many visits you receive.
    • I am not a preferred provider with any insurance network, nor do I extend clinical management. I promote wellness & preventive services only, which insurance does not cover.
    • Imagine: musculoskeletal maintenance, like brushing teeth or exercise. You can utilize my services in a One-n-Done fashion, or make it part of your healthcare maintenance routine. Not as a luxury, but a necessity.

Additional certificates & experiences include:

  • Qualified Medical Examiner (QME), 4-yr appointment by Industrial Medical Council
  • Industrial Injury Examiner/Disability Examiner (IIE/IDE)
  • Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist (CEAS)
  • Certificate of Physiotherapy (National Board of Chiropractic Examiners)
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Certificate of Attainment (Pt I, II, III, IV)
  • Post-stroke (musculoskeletal) rehabilitation
  • Group classes: Fall prevention & Gait training
  • Addressing the influence of lower extremity fixations on walking and how that translates into pelvic distortion.
  • Preventive manual therapeutics for Pre/Post-Sporting events
  • Reducing the effects of Deep tissue & Fascia scarring, resulting from injury or surgery
  • Mobility restoration for seniors and post surgical recovery