I still remember the moment that I decided to become a chiropractor. I was young and successful and making a great living as a manager of a printing company but I felt that my life had little purpose or meaning. I simply wasn't giving back. One day I was grocery shopping and deep in thought about how I could make a contribution to the world when I noticed an older woman hobbling along while pushing her cart. Her right foot was wrapped in bandages and plastic. I saw how much she hurt and I found myself wishing "If only I could wrap my hands around her injured foot and help speed the healing of those tissues." At that moment, as I realized how much I cared about a total stranger, I suddenly found my purpose; I felt called to go into health care and, having grown up with chiropractic care, choosing to become a chiropractor was a natural decision.
In 1991 I graduated Magna Cum Laude with my doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, the oldest and most reputable school of its kind worldwide, where I also served as a graduate teaching assistant for the Anatomy Department. I am a member of the National Chiropractic Honors Society, I am fully certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and I have undergone numerous post-graduate continuing education programs resulting in distinctions and honors that include additional certification by the International Scoliosis Research Center, Chiropractic Biophysics and the International Chiropractic Association's Council on Wellness Science. I am a recipient of the Family Practice Excellence Award and I have been repeatedly listed with America's Top Chiropractors.
Sometimes it's hard to be a chiropractor. I see people that I could help who won't try chiropractic based on groundless fears or misinformation. I want my new patients to understand that chiropractic care is safe, natural, and affordable. I am deeply passionate about chiropractic and helping others. I know that patients who give it a chance are usually very happy they came in to see us.
I have served my community by compassionately and attentively caring for patients for the past 22 years, providing traditional, whole body Chiropractic healthcare, nutritional therapy and custom orthotics while upholding only the highest professional standards of Chiropractic excellence. My professional passion is to provide each patient with tailored care that first relieves their symptoms, then corrects and rehabilitates the underlying cause of those symptoms and which finally maintains the corrections that we've made and promotes vibrant health. I own and operate Noblesville Family Chiropractic in Noblesville, Indiana where I provide cutting edge, affordable, contemporary Chiropractic healthcare from within a charming, historic setting.