I became a real fan of chiropractic when I was 15 and injured my back and
hip during high school cross-country. I tried traditional medical treatment
and prescription medicine but made no progress with my injury. A family
friend recommended an excellent chiropractor who helped my body recover from
that injury and stay injury-free. It was such a dramatic experience that I
knew then that I want to help other people in a similar way.
A few years later I was offered a Regent scholarship to study Biology at UC
Davis. After completing my undergraduate degree I attended Palmer College
of Chiropractic where I graduated with Clinical Excellence in June of 1992.
Due to my interest in sports injuries I also completed a CCSP (Certified
Chiropractic Sports Practitioner) specialization, and due to my work for the
City of San Jose I became certified to perform disability and impairment
ratings for the State of California. I have completed hundreds of med-legal
examinations during my 26 years in practice.
I'm still a big fan of chiropractic. I use gentle chiropractic adjustments
and physical therapy to relieve pain, restore function, and resolve injury
without surgery or prescription meds. Then I help my patients stay active
and injury free using exercise, ergonomics, and mobilization. I hope to make
your chiropractic experience as dramatic as mine.