I grew up in Henrietta and have been in the area my entire life. I graduated from Rush-Henrietta in 2009. When I was 14, I grew 6 inches over the course of one summer. The muscles in my back did not keep up with the growth and the result was sharp chronic pain. After seeing a chiropractor, my pain was relieved instantly, and I was able to get back to the things I enjoyed. That is my mission today; to get people back to doing the things they enjoy. I attended MCC and after completing core classes, I went on for my Bachelor’s Degree at SUNY Geneseo in Chemistry. I then followed my desire to become a chiropractor and attended New York Chiropractic College and graduated in 2020. Since I had an interest and a strong background in chemistry, many of my electives while at NYCC focused learning how to manage many chronic conditions with nutrition. I decided to further my education in nutrition and received a Master’s Degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition. Throughout my time in education, I found a passion in teaching others. I believe that helping someone understand the causes of their condition and explaining their symptoms is just as important as the treatment itself. With both chiropractic and nutrition, I hope to help people lead a healthier lifestyle which allows them to continue doing the things in life that they enjoy. I am a proud member of the American Chiropractic Association and the New York State Chiropractic Association.