Personal & Educational Background
I was introduced to chiropractic care as a 7-year-old patient, plagued by countless chronic injuries from gymnastics. I experienced remarkable benefits from chiropractic care and wanted to provide the same for others in need.
I was raised in Minnesota by parents who were chemical engineers. When I was 10, their company prompted us to move overseas to Singapore, where we lived for six years. The move enabled me to travel to numerous countries and experience a plethora of other cultures. After high school, my love of snow sports and the outdoors took me to Boulder, Colorado, where I attended the University of Colorado for my Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Physiology. My next step was to pursue my Doctorate of Chiropractic in the suburbs of the Windy City at the National University of Health Sciences, where I graduated in 2010. After practicing in Chicago for two years, my craving for the outdoors led me to Alaska, where I have been practicing since May of 2013.