I was born and raised in Orleans and I am excited to be able to build a practice in my home community. I grew up playing competitive soccer and hockey, which led to a special interest in sport injury prevention and rehabilitation as well as concussion management.
I received an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa before attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. While attending CMCC I became certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture as well as Neurofunctional Biomechanics.
I became a chiropractor to help injured patients with manual medicines. A typical appointment with me lasts 15-30 minutes and can consist of acupuncture, soft tissue release, joint manipulations and lots of advice/education.
I have always been fascinated by how the body is able to move, function and heal itself. My chiropractic education allows me to help the people in my community achieve their health goals.
I aim to empower my patients by treating the cause of their symptoms and dysfunctions as well as providing self-help education to prevent future occurrences.