Cleveland is where I met my wife. Cleveland gave me the opportunity to build an amazing life, while serving others through chiropractic. I have an amazing family. I have an amazing practice. All because of the friends and faculty I met at Cleveland. Truly, the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic. Every day for decades, people come needing help — real help, for real-life problems — and Cleveland prepared me for that. Unlike any other place, in my opinion.

I have seen people’s lives change through chiropractic for 27 years. Amazing people. People who trust me because of my education — from Cleveland. From junior athletes winning gold medals in national competitions and the Pan Am games, to firemen relying on me to keep them at peak performance in order for them to save lives. From people who were completely unable to work, who had pondered ending their own lives, being able to recover and make a better life for their family. To people in their nineties (and centenarians), living a vibrant life. All because of chiropractic. All because of my Cleveland experience.

I will further dedicate my life to chiropractic. I will honor chiropractic’s founding principles, and its grand history. And I will continually learn, and improve, what I do as a chiropractor. I will offer the best of chiropractic to my hometown until I am 100 years old. I will walk out the chiropractic principles myself in how I live. I will honor the sacred trust.

Cleveland gave me the ability to live my dream I’ve had since I was eight. I see my work impact others when my patients bring their children, and then they bring their children. I have many four-generation families that I treat.