I believe in taking a holistic approach to patient care. That is approaching the problem with the whole person in mind. Prior to returning to my hometown of Colorado Springs, I trained and practiced at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota where the focus was always on the needs of the patient. This philosophy guides me daily.
I strive everyday to provide a clear and accurate diagnosis to my patients. This way, we can offer the most appropriate treatment.
I grew up in Colorado Springs and went to St Mary’s High School. I am married with three children. I am involved in several community organizations including the Pikes Peak Range Riders. Prior to my specialty and subspecialty training I was a physician in the US Navy. I completed my internship at the Naval Hospital in Charleston South Carolina and subsequently served for two years as Chief Medical Officer aboard the USS Frank Cable (AS40).
Qualifications and experience
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - Pain Medicine, Pain Medicine
- Languages spoken
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine (1993)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Year American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2000
- Clinical interest for patients
Non-surgical management of musculoskeletal pain
Interventional pain management approach to neck and back pain
- Research interest for patients
Interventional pain management in the treatment of neck and back pain
Disorders of the peripheral nervous system
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