Summertime may mean barbecue and it may mean the beach, but it also means outdoor activities that we haven't engaged in for much of the year such as hiking, biking, volleyball, and tennis. If we w ...View Article
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I was born and raised in Shelby Township Michigan, the second oldest of four children, and only son to Ronald and Barbara. My youngest sister, Katie, was born with cerebral palsy. For this reason – among others – my parents took our family on regular trips to the chiropractor to receive adjustments. After watching how Katie responded to this care, I was able see first hand the many advantages chiropractic care had to offer individuals with disabilities.
Growing up, I was involved in many groups within the community. One group that I was most proud of being associated with was the Boy Scouts of America, where I earned the highest award of an Eagle Scout. I was also involved in my local church’s youth group and swam for the Eisenhower High School swim team throughout my high school career.
After graduation, I worked as a rough carpenter full time, while attending college in the evenings. After injuring myself on the job, I realized once more how powerful and beneficial chiropractic really was in its approach to natural healing. Shortly after that injury, I attended my first seminar presented by Life University and realized that everything that was presented to me that evening related to how I was already living my life. Two months later, I made the decision to move down to Marietta, Georgia to begin my education as a doctor of chiropractic. I remained at Life University until January 2005, before returning home to Michigan. Later that spring, I received my degree in chiropractic after completing my final board assessments.
I grew a wonderful practice in Michigan for 7 years until we decided to move south again. We moved to Summerville SC to live closer to my wife's family with our children. We are excited to be back in the south and even more excited to be in Summerville. The town has changed so much since my wife lived here before college and we are even more excited to add to the growing area in a positive way as to improve the health of the community.
When I am not working, I enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, shooting and spending time with my family and friends.
Enough about me. I look forward to meeting with you and helping you obtain your wellness goals.