I believe in a multi-disciplinary approach to health and illness. Treatment of a person should involve education, traditional and complementary medical approaches and an emphasis on return to activity and prevention of recurrent injury. I believe in empowering people to take charge of their own well-being by helping them be aware of how health involves not just an understanding of their medical diagnoses, but an understanding of how their conditions can influence and are influenced by their mental health and interpersonal relationships.
Medical School: St Georges University School of Medicine
Residency: University of Wisconsin/Aurora Health Care, Milwaukee, WI, Internal Medicine
Fellowship: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Pain Management
I find greatest joy in time with my family: we practice martial arts and archery together, while taking time to enjoy the great outdoors and taking care of our vegetable garden and our flock of chickens and ducks.