My goal as a physician is to improve quality of life. I believe in treating a person as a whole, and I feel I am here to listen, educate and provide options so patients can make informed decisions regarding their neurologic care. I believe in a positive, kind outlook on life and accompany my patients each step of the way.
Neuropharmacology has always been fascinating to me, and I truly believe medications help improve many neurologic diseases. I am excited about the research going on in the world in regards to the central and peripheral nervous systems, and feel we have made leaps and bounds in neurologic care, but still have room for more.
I love spending time with my husband and my son! I also enjoy running, skiing, snowshoeing, playing board games and a good cup of coffee.
Qualifications and experience
Kent State University (2005)
University of Pikeville Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (2009)
Grandview Hospital (2013)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Member Board Specialty Year American College of Osteopathic Neurologists American Osteopathic Association Neurology 2014