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As a doctor, my ultimate goal throughout treatment is to treat the ailment and the root cause of the problem by discovering what predisposed the body to the injury. This involves treating the body as a whole and not focusing solely on it's individual parts. 

As a chiropractor, I practice diversified adjusting techniques with knowledge and experience of how to appropriately utilize functional neurology, functional movement patterns, corrective/performance exercise, resistance bands, kettle bells, tool-assisted soft tissue, manual soft tissue, pin and stretch techniques, myofascial release, nerve flossing, performance taping, PIR, flexion distraction, ultrasound, electric stimulus, cold laser, shockwave, hot packs and cold packs. 


I began aspiring to be a physical therapist shadowing physical therapy physicians in 2008 to 2009 while I was completing undergraduate studies. After graduating I immediately began working as a personal trainer, Maryland state certified chiropractic assistant and rehabilitation specialist at an out-patient physical therapy and chiropractic practice from 2009 to 2012. At the same time, I also worked as a physical therapy technician at an in-patient hospital from 2009 to 2012 as I learned about both acute and chronic care in both facilities and was first exposed to stroke patients. After completing my graduate studies, I moved to New York to begin my career as an associate and have since been successfully treating patients with spinal, extremity and neurological conditions. 

  • Prague School, 2016-Present, Dynamic Neuromusular Stabilization Practitioner 

  • Carrick Institute, 2014-2017, Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board

  • National University of Health Sciences, 2012-2015, Doctorate of Chiropractic 

  • NASM Certified Performance Enhancement Specialist, 2015-Present

  • NASM Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist, 2013-Present

  • Quinnipiac University, 2005-2009, Bachelor's of Health Sciences with Minors in Biology & Psychology

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