Current Role Working With The Athletic Population
I treat athletes on all levels, across multiple sports, from age 12 to 60+. Recently, my practice has been loaded with on Olympic weightlifters, powerlifters, Rugby players, and runners, however, I also treat soccer players, baseball players, and have worked with elite level athletes and dancers who travel to and/or live in NYC.
My goal is always to put my athletes in the best position to be successful in both the short and long term. Strength and stability are the cornerstones of a high level, durable athlete. I believe strongly in practicing what I preach and dedicate my life to helping others (and myself) to be strong and durable. I am always studying to learn and practice the most advanced and successful techniques with my patients.
Former collegiate wrestler, competitive powerlifter: I train at high intensity and work to maintain durability, mobility, and anti-fragility. I am currently running the 5/3/1 method as I gear up for returning to competition in 2022 after a hiatus due to the pandemic.
Academic Background and Professional Training
Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) from New York Chiropractic College with Advanced Certificate in Sports and Human Performance and Advanced Certificate in Ergonomics, Bachelor of Arts (BA) from Wesleyan University. Continuing Education: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist, Kabuki Movement Systems Principles of Loaded Movement, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Anatomy in Motion (AiM), Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique, RedCord, Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA), Motion Palpation Institute, Taping for Musculoskeletal Injuries, Clinical Rehabilitation Seminars.