Thanks for stopping by. I am eager to help you take charge of your personal wellness. I went into medicine because I wanted to help people change their lives and maximize their performance. As a two-time cancer survivor, with a spouse who has suffered from multiple auto-immune diseases (but is thriving and never looks back), and two children, I believe my background in family and sports medicine (this includes artists, musicians and “gamers”), with an additional emphasis on women’s health, allows me to provide a patient-centered and individualized integrative and alternative approach to health and wellness that is exactly what you need to design and live your best life.
I currently serve in the United States Navy, previously as an aviator flying off of aircraft carriers, and now as a physician. In 2019, I published my first book Exceptional Every Day, which is empowering people across the globe to take charge of their lives, reset their priorities and live the life that they truly desire. From helping you implement an exercise routine, to deciding which diet is best (Ketogenic, Mediterranean, Paleo, etc), to overcoming various mental health conditions, and correcting poor sleep habits, I will be on the journey with you.
Thanks to my experience as an athlete competing in everything from basketball and soccer, to 5ks, Ultramarathons and Ironmans, working within the CrossFit community, and along with my military background, I believe my experience is ideal for someone looking to maximize their performance. As a certified nutrition coach with Precision Nutrition, certified personal trainer, and personal development coach, I truly am able to help people become the healthiest, versions of themselves.
I am blessed to be a part of the SteadyMD team, where we take a proactive and preventative approach to medicine, versus a reactionary one where medications and procedures are prescribed without digging deeper into why a particular condition is present in the first place. I don’t think any medical team outside of us is doing it better.