I was born and raised in Macomb County. After graduating from Utica High School, I attended Oakland University in Rochester. While attending OU, I discovered my passion for chiropractic as a result of a neck injury, which led me to change my majors from business management and accounting to biology, and aim towards a career in chiropractic. While pursuing this new path, I moved to Marietta Georgia and attended Life University where I graduated with my Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009.
While at Life University, I had the opportunity to do one of my internships with the head of the Functional Rehabilitation department giving me insight to multidisciplinary care, and finished my second half of internship as one of only two students selected to return as a senior intern of the outpatient clinic. I was able to work with clinicians and help students who were just entering the clinic.
After moving back to Michigan I practiced at a multi-specialty company for over 5 years ending my time there as the director of chiropractic. I then proceeded to practice at Rauch Chiropractic and had the chance to work and learn from Dr. Rauch and his 35 years of experience. I have had the opportunity to treat many extensive, rare, and specialty cases involving the spine and extremities. I strive to bring my patients the most effective and safest care possible.