I am a 1994 graduate of Newbury College in Brookline, Massachusetts. I have worked in many different treatment environments during my career but the majority of my experience is in the outpatient setting. I like facing new challenges and I believe that this is best accomplished working in outpatient clinics. I believe in taking an individualized approach with my patients as no two people with the same health issues will respond the same way to a particular treatment. I live by the philosophy that I treat people the way I want to be treated. I think this allows me to get a sense of what my patients might be feeling when they are going through their rehab course. I enjoy learning new techniques particularly in the realm of manual therapy and joint mobilization.
When not on the job, I enjoy spending time with my son attending hockey games, auto races, and concerts. I have spent a lot of time over the last 15 years advocating for and raising awareness of autism spectrum disorders.
In performing my job duties, my patient’s goals are my goals. And I am very goal oriented. I like for my patients to achieve all of their goals and. if this does not occur, I believe that I have failed my patient. I don’t take failure lightly.