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Why Upper Cervical?

Before entering chiropractic college, I had never heard of 'upper cervical' chiropractic. Early on, I remember asking a fellow student what it was and he replied 'I have no clue, it looks like they touch your neck and you get better. It's different because there's no popping or cracking sounds.' This sparked my interest and I knew I had to learn more about this method of chiropractic. One day, an intern doctor invited a patient, whom he was treating at the school's clinic, to speak to a group of us. The patient was diagnosed several years earlier with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and had gone through numerous medical treatments with little to no improvement. The MS was actually progressing and affecting his balance and leg strength, so he turned to chiropractic care as the last resort. He explained that upon standing up after receiving a specific upper cervical correction, he starting experiencing a tingling sensation in his legs and had much more balance than before. He could not describe what the feeling was like, he could only repeat 'miracle' over and over again. His testimony, and many like his, drove me to learn more and more about the unique anatomy, neurology, and biomechanics of the upper cervical spine. I also devoted an extensive amount of time in learning how to perform this specific, low-force type of chiropractic care, so that I could provide the best possible care for my patients. Although this is my personal goal, it is actually not myself who has the greatest impact on someone's life. As it turns out, the human body has an immense potential to heal itself from many conditions/diseases...as long as there is nothing interfering with its job. As simple as it may sound, my job is to remove the interference and let your body do the healing.


  • Palmer College of Chiropractic-Florida Campus
    1. Doctor of Chiropractic
    2. Radiology Assistant-Palmer Clinics
    3. Vice President of the Orthogonal Upper Cervical Club
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    1. Parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy
  • Valdosta State University
    1. Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • South Georgia College
    1. Associate of Science in Biology
  • State of Georgia licensed Chiropractic Physician

Professional Affiliations

  • International Chiropractic Association (ICA)
  • Georgia Chiropractic Association (GCA)
  • Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce
  • The Society of Chiropractic Orthospinology
  • Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research
  • Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research
  • Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health - Chiropractic
  • Dialogues - The Journal of Chiropractic Philosophy, Principles & Practice




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