So, you want to know a little about me, don't you?  Well, first, let's get all of the professional stuff out of the way; I majored in Exercise Science and Physiology at Rutgers University, and received my Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University, in Marietta, GA.  I've studied and worked diligently over the last 25 years to become the best chiropractor I can possibly be, treating patients from all walks of life.


I grew up in New Jersey, where, if I wasn't playing sports (mostly baseball), I had my nose in a book.  I've always had a thirst for knowledge and learning new things, and I like to think my never-ending curiosity and extremely detail-oriented approach to life led me to my career choice as a chiropractic physician.  That, and suffering from debilitating headaches as a child, it wasn't until my mother took me to a chiropractor did I find permanent relief. 


Now, many years later, I get to help others who suffer from all different kinds of conditions that are related to their structure.  I find it extremely rewarding and could not imagine being in any other line of work.

Personally, I have an awesome family; I am married to Michele, and together we have a daughter, Melanie, and a son, CJ. When I'm not in the office, I am likely to be on the golf course, the tennis court, or on the Jiu-Jitsu mat. I also enjoy traveling, and we have been doing more of it now that our children are grown. Some of my favorite trips have been to Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, and Maui. I love Virginia, but if I could live anywhere, it would be Maui. I don't see myself retiring anytime soon, but if I do, you'll know where to find me...on a beach in Maui!

  • B.S. (Bachelor Of Science) | Rutgers University  

  • Doctor of Chiropractic Degree | Life College, Marietta, GA