Chris’ philosophy of care is a multifaceted approach to pain management that includes all angles of approach, assessment and treatment to cover the patient as a whole, including mind and body, as pain and its origins can be complex, varied and intertwined with the mind, behavior and emotions, going beyond the mechanics of the body. Every patient is unique and deserves a unique approach that could include anything from a simple exercise program, medication, injection therapy to surgical evaluation.
His love of the outdoors led him to relocate to the great state of Colorado. As a child he dreamed of living out West in the mountains where the elk and mule deer roam. He has a passion for the outdoors including bow hunting, mountain biking, snowboarding, and watching wildlife. He also enjoys building, repairing, and detailing his vehicles. He has a twin brother that lives in Atlanta and a younger brother in Arkansas.
Qualifications and experience
- Emergency Medicine, Neurosurgery, Pain Medicine
- Languages spoken
Masters Physician Assistant Studies
South University (2016)
University of Georgia (2004)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Year National Commission On Certification Of Physician Assistants 2016
- Clinical interest for patients
- Research interest for patients
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