Education and Credentials
- New Jersey License # 38MC00543000
- Board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic, Life University
- B.S. in Biology, Franklin and Marshall College
- Member, Association of New Jersey Chiropractors
- Women’s and Children’s Health
- Women’s Health Nutrition
- Chiropractic: Diversified, Thompson, Activator
- Flexion Distraction Techniques
- Pediatric and Pre-Natal Adjusting
- Natural Remedies
I believe the body has an innate ability to coordinate and control its own healing, but that injury, misuse, and ill health can overwhelm our systems, creating inflammation, weakness, and misalignments that interfere with the normal function of the nervous system.
Why did you choose the field you are in?
To help people get well and stay well naturally.
What’s different about the focus on women and children?
I believe that a caring, holistic approach to health care, focused on individual health goals, helps patients move toward optimal health by restoring a fully-functioning nervous system. Working with women and children from the early days of pregnancy through childbirth and beyond, I believe gentle techniques and natural remedies can help patients from a very early age: including sitting, crawling, and walking — as well as periods of rapid growth and injury-prone activities.
Why did you choose Randolph Pain Relief & Wellness Center?
After years of being a solo practitioner I wanted to work with a team of compassionate, dedicated, like-minded providers to help more people improve function and achieve better health. We offer an integrated approach to health, and every staff member plays a critical part.
Share a success story or something that excites you about coming to work every day:
Often patients come to our office as a last resort when all else has failed. Each day presents a new set of challenges. Seeing these patients get well is very inspiring.
Why are you passionate about what you do?
Each day I witness changes in our patient’s lives, both large and small.