I believe that wellness is an inborn right; it is something that should be nurtured, promoted, and maintained.
Through my work at the AZ Nutrition Center, and this blog, I help my patients reclaim their innate ability to express health on a daily basis.
I want to help you make your comeback.
No more tight jeans, no more tired afternoons, no more disrupted sleep. You are capable of doing it, and I’m here to help guide the process.
Here’s why I love my work…
I grew up in a single-parent, working class family and did not always have control over what I ate.
I was a year-round basketball and track and field athlete in high school and ultimately ran my body into the ground.
Things got so bad that as a 17 year-old, I was put on Vioxx until it was pulled from the market after causing serious & fatal side effects for thousands of its users.
Looking for a natural approach, I visited a local Chiropractor and had relief for the first time in months without need for drugs or surgery. When I started implementing sound nutritional strategies alongside my Chiropractic care, I could finally stay active without pain or excessive soreness.
My education and passion to help others learn how to live a healthy lifestyle ultimately converged by becoming a Chiropractor, earning a Master’s degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition (Honors), and completing a double-board certification as a Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN) and Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS).
I am now qualified to help patients with a wide variety of health problems including adrenal fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, diabetes, arthritis, and much more.
Many of my patients are looking to take their current health to the next level, and I’ve worked with actresses, musicians, triathletes, and high-powered business executives, some look to make their comeback, others look to gain that extra edge.
My approach is rooted in functional nutrition. This cutting edge approach to healthcare is about identifying the root causes of your health problems through advanced functional lab testing and supporting them using natural food as medicine approaches. I call it your Personal Action Plan.
This isn’t about taking two pills and seeing me in the morning, it’s about a cooperative commitment to getting you well again. So as not to spoil the fun, I explore these areas in depth through my blog articles and updates – and if you think this all sounds interesting, I want you to be a part of it.