My interest in chiropractic began when I started getting chiropractic adjustments as a teenager. I had spent a week in hospital for head and neck injuries. Chiropractic was the only healing method that helped with the chronic pain I had been experiencing.
I soon began helping my chiropractor out with some remodeling and construction work on his practice during the summer breaks from school, and also learning a lot about the ins and outs of a Chiropractic practice. I decided to attend Chiropractic school.
Six years later in December of 1986, I graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. I then began working for a chiropractor in Maryland, USA. Thereafter I moved to Wisconsin, where I practiced for a time as an associate and later as a private practitioner.
After nearly eight years in practice I decided to go back to university to learn the German language so I could fulfill my dream of living one day in Europe.
During a translation internship in Germany, I met my future wife and moved to Germany. I worked as a translator for several years and then took a break to raise my son. I found myself wanting to practice Chiropractic again.
After passing the German Heilpraktiker examination I set up shop in the east side of Stuttgart, sharing office space with another Heilpraktiker.
I am proficient in the Palmer adjusting techniques, or the “Palmer Package” as it is known to chiropractors.
I am looking forward to be at your service!