Health. Happiness. Life. The three core values for which I have founded my practice on are the values I embrace everyday. As a chiropractor, my ultimate goal is to have you, your family, and the entire community living their best lives every day, by helping you learn the importance of a healthy brain and nervous system.
At the age of six, I had my first allergic reaction. I went into anaphylactic shock after being exposed to an excess amount of dust in the air. After multiple similar episodes, I had to accept that this was just the start of, what I thought was going to be, a lifelong struggle with my health. I was taking 4 – 6 pills per day, constantly puffing through inhalers, and having weekly doctor’s visits, with 100s of allergy shots, for the next 15 years. Even with the time, money, and effort put towards my health, I knew I was still not in the best place.
Ever since I was a child, I knew I wanted to do something where I would be making a profound impact on other’s health and their overall quality of life. I received my first chiropractic adjustment when I was 20 years old. I began to immediately notice subtle differences, and after getting regular adjustments, the changes to my health were overwhelmingly impactful. That was when I knew that not only did I find the answer I was looking for personally, but this was what I was meant to do for the rest of my life.
I am now a Webster-Certified Doctor of Chiropractic with training in pediatrics and pregnancy from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association. I received my Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2018, graduating magna cum laude, with distinctions in philosophy and clinic excellence from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Prior to Life University, I received my Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. I am grateful for the opportunity to practice in Northern Virginia as I am an alumnus of local schools: McLean High School (McLean, Virginia) and Westminster School (Annandale, Virginia).
Outside of serving the Vienna and Tyson’s Corner community with the best care, I enjoy outdoor activities, dancing Bhangra (an Indian Folk Dance), going to CrossFit, listening to podcasts and music, and spending time with my family and friends.