About Me

Growing up on a farm, I learned at an early age the value of hard work and integrity, I've applied these principles to both my personal and professional life. Practicing over 27 years, I've been able to develop great relationships with my patients from the first visit. I take time to listen to my patient's issues, do a thorough examination, diagnose their conditions and explain their options. I enjoy establishing a relationship with my patients by speaking to them, looking them in the eye and treating them as I would treat any member of my family. I get a great sense of personal satisfaction being able to help someone who has been in pain, or hasn't been able to walk well to rapidly improving and therefore improving their overall quality of life. I have patients travel hours to see me and this ability to maintain these long-time relationships with my patients is done simply by helping my patients through quality podiatry. I do this by keeping them informed and created solid plans for their particular conditions that work. By improving my patients' lives, they in turn refer their friends and family, often multiple generations within a family.

  • Pediatrics and developmental disabilities of the feet
  • Sports injuries
  • Foot and ankle surgery

Education & Training

Medical Education
University of Osteopathic Medicine & Health Science
Veteran's Affairs Medical Center