I started my journey while in high school, I took my first anatomy and physiology class and discovered that I wanted a career that would allow me to work with the human body. I was mostly interested in dentistry and orthodontics until I hurt my back in an offseason football workout. After I went to my Chiropractor I realized the importance of the structure of the spine and the function of the central nervous system. While in college I was named captain of our rugby team and enjoyed helping other learn and work together. I was a teacher assistant for an anatomy and physiology class during my time at Fairfield University. I continued my passion of helping others while at Palmer College of Chiropractic where I tutored the first quarter students in general anatomy where I aided them in understanding the anatomy with the use of cadavers. A short while later I was named the president of a chiropractic technique club called: Gonstead Technique. I plan on using my experience and knowledge to help others reach their goals and full potential.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Fairfield University - Bachelor of Science, Cell Biology and Anatomy
Graduate Degree: Palmer college of chiropractic - Current Grad Student, Chiropractic (DC)
I enjoy most sports including fooball, rugby, baseball and basketball. My fiance and I enjoy the movies and walking our dogs. I am an animal lover, we have 3 dogs and 1 cat.