I am proud to call Morris, Illinois my hometown. As a youth, I was active in sports. Some of my fondest memories were made on the football field, where I served as a captain for the Morris Redskins.
I earned a Bachelor of Science from Illinois College in Jacksonville, where I studied biology and chemistry. After IC, I attended the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Palmer is the birthplace of Chiropractic, and is referred to as the “fountainhead” of the profession.
During my 300 hours of doctoral coursework at Palmer, I learned specific forms to adjust the spine and extremities which allow the body to function at its maximum capacity.
In 2009, I returned to my hometown to open a practice and have had the honor of helping more than a thousand patients restore mobility, treat chronic conditions and improve their quality of life with safe, natural Chiropractic care.
My wife Julie and I are proud to raise our family in Morris. We have a son Wyatt, daughter Rose and an English bulldog JJ. When not at work, I enjoy being outdoors, cooking and catching local high school sporting events.