You might be wondering what brought me to the world of chiropractic. What motivation spurred it all? These questions are common and encouraged.
I am excited to launch the first blog post where these initial questions will be answered.
The tradition of ensuring that every patient is treated with care is a personal goal of mine. It is our hope through this platform to allow transparency and more insight into what we do, the motivation behind why and ways to stay healthy.
As a child, whenever I fell ill, I always looked for ways to get better without the use of over the counter medications. It had nothing to do with chiropractic. It was part of my personality.
My exposure to the field followed a shoulder injury while preparing for my first national tennis tournament. I was a competitively ranked junior tennis player at the time. My parents took me to a chiropractor with the advice of my grandfather. As a child, whenever I fell ill, I always looked for ways to get better without the use of over the counter medications. It had nothing to do with chiropractic. It was part of my personality. When I went to the chiropractor and discovered it was a drugless profession and that he was going to attempt to heal me with just the use of his hands, I thought this was something that I could for a living someday.
My passion for sports and healing made for an ideal career path following my studies at Rutgers University for Exercise Physiology. Soon after, I moved to Atlanta, GA to earn my Doctorate at the Life Chiropractic College. The nickname “Dr. Speed” stuck after building a reputation for my ability to take athletes to their next level of performance. One of my proudest achievements is taking World Class Tennis Professionals and French Open Champions, Luke and Murphy Jensen, from a World Ranking of #72 to #9 within a year! Of course, a thorough reading of my credentials is listed under my bio, but my passion is something I always love for patients to understand. It is the driving factor behind what I do every day, and why I love serving each of my patients.