Journey to becoming a chiropractor
Watching my father help patients eliminate pain, improve their quality of life and build long-lasting relationships inspired me to become a chiropractor. I grew up understanding and appreciating the chiropractic profession.
Helping people and making a difference matters to me. I enjoy meeting and spending time with patients and caring for them across their continuum of life. Chiropractic and managing a multi-disciplinary clinic allows my entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiasm for motivating people to work together to flourish.
I love being in a profession that allows me to help others achieve and maintain health naturally. The diversity of the chiropractic profession allows us to work individually or in group settings, use modalities or just our hands, to teach and/or do research. Collectively chiropractors achieve the common goal of improving people’s quality of life.
Region of practice
I practice in Guelph, serving the city of Guelph and surrounding Wellington County. At Central Health Care, the Central Health Clinic in Guelph, I lead an interprofessional team, which includes chiropractors, physiotherapists, massage therapists, a traditional medicine acupuncturist, chiropodist, and personal trainer.