I was born and raised in rural Wisconsin and I have been a Chiropractor in Anchorage since 2001. There is one reason I am doing what I do today–my mother. I was fortunate to be introduced to Chiropractic at an early age because my mother worked at a Chiropractic office. Whether from everyday stress, physical activity, or from playing sports, a trip to the Chiropractor always had a couple of amazing results. I felt great and functioned even better. I did not know how or why a treatment that lasted only a few minutes could make such a difference in my life, but I knew I had to find out more about it. I also knew what I wanted to do with my life.

After undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, I attended the number one Chiropractic college in the world—Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Through my experiences there, and in the years of practice since I know I made the right choice. From infants to the elderly, everyday workers to elite athletes, I have seen Chiropractic care improve the health of people from every aspect of life. The biggest thing that I want to accomplish in my profession is to simply help as many people as possible.

I met my wife here in Alaska and we have two beautiful girls together. Trying to keep up with their activities and energy has shown me firsthand the importance of maintaining your health. I have enjoyed my time in Alaska and I’m thankful for all the things that have become part of my life here. I look forward to many more years of serving my community with the best care I can offer.