It may not surprise you that college students don’t necessarily take great care of their health. When I was in my final year of chiropractic school I had stomach pain so severe that I would have to grip my desk until my hands turned white just to remain in my seat. It was a long road finding out what was wrong and finding a solution that worked but in that journey I learned a hell of a lot about nutrition and stress. Feeling good again sparked my passion for nutrition and health and now I am considered a “seminar junkie”. Every seminar I take, I make a notation in my workbook of which of my patients could benefit from the information I am currently learning. Come Monday morning, they get a call about what I learned that pertained to what they are struggling with. Whatever you are dealing with, weight gain, fatigue, pain, thyroid or cholesterol imbalance, I am right there with you on your journey to wellness.


In addition to a detailed history, health questionnaires and kinesiologic testing, I use lab testing to gather the information I need to help you. You are welcome to request lab testing at any time. From vitamin D status and anemia to lipoprotein particle size and comprehensive digestive stool analysis, we have you covered.

Every year or two you make a doctor’s appointment for an annual physical and they tell you to come in for some blood work. Then, during your appointment, the doc goes through the printout from the lab and points out what results are out of line and tells you what you need to do or says “well, we’ll watch that one for awhile.”

Have you ever walked away from that appointment and felt like your lab values were not where they should be and your doctor is just waiting until they get worse in order to offer you medication?

Have you ever thought that bloodwork can be more useful then just telling you whether you’re “well” or “sick”?

Traditional bloodwork gets flagged “out of range” at a point at which a disease process has already started. Medication is often offered at this point. As a doctor of preventive medicine, I watch for trends in an individuals bloodwork. By drawing a line down the middle of an “appropriate” range and paying attention to any values away from the median by 25% or more, I am able to help my patients adjust their lifestyles in a way that prevents most disease processes. I fill the gap between your lab results and your optimal health by providing targeted, individualized healthcare.

Come on in, pour yourself a cup of tea and pull up a comfy chair we are planning the future of your greatest health.