Growing up in northwest Kansas I was highly involved in sports. Because of my active childhood, I saw a Chiropractor regularly to keep me on the go. It wasn’t until I felt the calling on my life to go to Chiropractic school that I fully understood the healing potential our bodies are innately created with! After graduation, I went on a mission trip to Ghana where our team was able to love on the Ghanaian people through chiropractic adjustments. The healing that took place was more than just physical – seeing this, impacted me deeply. I have developed a deep passion to serve people primarily by facilitating healing through chiropractic adjustments. My vision is to be a part of a practice where practice members feel like family and are a part of a community where each person feels supported and loved.
I am a sister, daughter, and an aunt to six beautiful nieces and nephews, all age seven and under. I love being an aunt and watching each of them develop and grow. Since my sister and sister-in-law were both pregnant multiple times during my time in school, it sparked a desire to learn more about prenatal, postnatal, and pediatric care. I wanted to be sure I knew the answer to every question my family had throughout prenatal and postnatal periods and did whatever research I could to find those answers and resources. This has spurred on extra training through organizations such as the ICPA, Spinning Babies, and other pediatric seminars. It also led me to become certified in the Webster Technique.
I attended Chiropractic school at Parker University in Dallas, TX. Although I learned to love Texas and the southern heat, I am thankful to be experiencing what Minnesota has to offer! I have been here for one year and am looking forward to year two.
My goal is to empower families to heal and deepen their connections to each other and themselves!