I graduated from Life West Chiropractic College in 2008 after getting my undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Eastern Washington University in 2002. It was at this time I stumbled upon my first Network Chiropractors. Although I had seen chiropractors since I was 16 years old it wasn’t until after being under Network Care for over a year that my life had changed so radically not only physically, but mentally and emotionally too. Ultimately altering the trajectory of my career path to become a chiropractor.
A year after graduating from chiropractic school I moved to Denver Colorado to set up and start my first practice. I had no idea what I was doing at the time and learned some things the hard and expensive way. All this led to the closure of said practice and moving on into an associateship for the next six and a half years.
In 2020, 4 days before the stay-at-home ordinance I bought a practice. Timing is everything! It turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life. I started as a one-woman show, wearing all the hats and doing all the things, working in the office 6 days a week. Now my office has a full-time office coordinator, a newly added associate, a part-time front desk coordinator, and I'm able to be home with my family more while still running a successful office. We take full spine x-rays, utilize the subluxation station for heart rate variability and sEMG, and use Platinum Systems for our EHR. My office utilized Network Spinal as our primary technique. I am also certified as an Elite Cranial Facial Release practitioner for the last 5 years and have been studying functional medicine for the past 9 years.
On the personal side, in July I had my first baby at home with my fiancé Shae, who we named Leo. . We live with one hyper dog and one cynical cat and are navigating the ways of being new parents. I love to garden in the spring and summer and take great pride in my yard as well as enjoy a good whiskey or cider.