I was born and raised in California and obtained my undergraduate degree at Washington State University. I completed my medical degree at University of Pikeville and my family medicine residency at University Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.
I am a doctor of osteopathy (DO) — meaning I have special training in how the muscles, skeleton and nerves are interconnected — and I offer osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) as part of my practice.
I enjoy the variety that family medicine offers and the opportunity to work with patients of all ages. My goal is to help people live healthier lives, and I will offer healthcare that is both patient-centered and comprehensive.
In my free time I enjoy being outdoors hiking, backpacking and fishing.