I graduated from Bethel University in 2018 majoring in Human Bioenergetics. I then went on to Northwestern Health Sciences University where I graduated summa cum laude in 2021 with my Doctor of Chiropractic degree and a specialization in Sports Injury Management.
I played my minor hockey here in Lethbridge and continued on all the way up to the NCAA level, playing all four years during my time at Bethel University in St. Paul Minnesota. I served as captain my final two seasons, was an all-academic all four years and all-conference my senior year.
After graduating from Northwestern, I went on to obtain my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) designation. I like to incorporate principles from this as well as my background in human bioenergetics into my rehabilitation protocols with my patients, utilizing concepts such as progressive load management and movement assessments.
Growing up as an athlete I realized the importance of having a team of health professionals to guide you through the injury process as well as returning back to competition at a high level. I like working with athletes of all ages from a variety of sports, but I also enjoy treating individuals from all walks of life. I customize each patient’s treatment plan based on their lifestyle, fitness level, history of injuries, and their goals.
When I’m not at the clinic you will find me watching an Oilers game, at the golf course, or in Whitefish Montana doing something in the mountains.
- Doctor of Chiropractic
- Strength & Conditioning Specialist
- Sports Injury Management
- Competitive Sports