Meet the Doctor
I graduated in 1989 from Palmer College of Chiropractic, the founding college of chiropractic located in Davenport, Iowa. I have been active in Anchorage, Alaska ever since.
I was voted chiropractor of the year in 1999 through 2000 as well as 2001-2002. I am very proud of these awards.
I have held the office of President of the Alaska Chiropractic Society and continue to stay active within the society. A goal of the Alaska Chiropractic Society is to educate the public on chiropractic issues. Also, to inform and make the public aware of the scope of chiropractic and how it can influence health care with out the use of drugs and surgery.
I have held the office of president of the Alaska chapter of the International Alumni Association of Palmer College of Chiropractic and continue to stay active in the organization and my Alma Mater.
I have served on numerous boards and panels within the state of Alaska, which address health care and public safety issues. I have also helped thousands of injured Alaskans regain their health through chiropractic care and I am certain I can help thousands more! Being an Alaskan resident for over 25 years, I feel I am very qualified in addressing the needs of fellow Alaskans regarding work and play. It has been said that I am a good listener and am compassionate for the health care of individuals I am involved with.
Our purpose is to help as many people possible to attain optimal health through chiropractic and any other alternative form of health care we feel will help our patients.
We strive to ensure our patients and the public at large are thoroughly educated on the negative side effects of drugs and surgery. An enlightened and aware patient is one who will make an intelligent decision for their health and the health of the people closest to them.
In this way we will continue to make chiropractic the number one health choice. Chiropractic is not an alternative to general allopathic medicine but a completely separate healing art based on wellness.