My goal is to get patients and employees back to full function and normal activities as soon as possible; work with employers to create a healthy and safe workplace; and work with insurance companies to get claims and information process efficiently.
Why UCHealth? The team is great and the opportunity to connect with the community and develop employer programs is exciting.
Why did you get into this profession? Physiology – exercise physiology is where I started. I then studied under orthopedic surgeon and realized I could do more as an occupational medicine doc.
Hobbies: Hiking, biking, hockey, skating, camping and spending time with my children.
Family: Wife, Janet; daughters Addison and Payton
Qualifications and experience
- Bones, Joints and Muscles - Back Pain, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Foot and Ankle Injuries and Disorders, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Knee Injuries and Disorders, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Leg Injuries and Disorders, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Neck Disorders and Injuries, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Shoulder Injuries and Disorders, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Spine Injuries, Bones, Joints and Muscles - Sprains and Strains, Injuries and Wounds, Occupational Medicine
- Languages spoken
Michigan State University (1981)
Traverse CIty Osteopathic Hospital (1989)
Michigan State University (1988)
University of Michigan (1993)
- Clinical interest for patients
Muscular skeletal disorders
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