Growing in a small Midwestern town just East of the Mississippi I was introduced to Chiropractic when I was just 16 years old. It was a few months after my truck was t-boned on the driver’s side throwing us into incoming traffic. Fortunately, I saw the RIGHT doctor at the RIGHT time, inspiring me along the Chiropractic path.
After starting Chiropractic school in Chesterfield, MO I realized that after just 2 years, there were more techniques and approaches to care than what was being offered. So, after an intensely inspirational experience at Dynamic Essentials I decided to head to California to attend Life Chiropractic College West with the intention of being the most highly trained Chiropractor possible.
Yes, tears were shed. Sleep was lost. Relationships dwindled… Yet, I kept seeing “miraculous” healing experiences. It’s hard to express the “awe” that an intern faces when taking care of other human beings. I just knew I was in the right place.
My life passion is to see more individuals within our communities having greater abilities to adapt to our constantly shifting environments. Improving efficacy to return to a more homeostatic state of being therefore allowing more coherent communication to extend into relationships and through the thread of our communities.
While at Logan College of Chiropractic I founded the Logan College Wellness Club, and more recently served as the past President of the Life West chapter International Chiropractor’s Association, past Vice President of the LCCW Sustainability Council, and Member to the League of Chiropractic Women, California Chiropractic Association, American Chiropractor’s Association and Chi Rho Sigma Honor’s Society. After spending 10 years in California learning from the best of the best Chiropractors (and FINALLY graduating!) I decided it was time to move back to the Midwest to be closer to family and reconnect with my roots.