I use my expertise as a physical therapist to help people overcome a variety of conditions, from minor ankle sprains to massive rotator cuff repairs. Over the years, I've found that patients often ask me during their sessions why an injury or illness happened to them. I understand that not knowing why can be just as stressful as being sick for some of my patients.
During these difficult times, I try to treat my patients as if they were members of my own family. This means spending time not only treating their physical needs, but also addressing their questions and their emotional needs. It is my responsibility is to help patients understand, in simple terms, what is going on in their bodies. I try to show them how physical therapy can reduce pain, build strength and range of motion and improve their quality of life.
At the end of the day, it gives me joy to see how my work helps my patients heal and get back to living life.
I moved to Winston-Salem in 2014 with my wife, Sandy, after attending East Carolina University. We love our big white cat, Puck, and were delighted to expand our family in 2021 with the birth of our first child. I enjoy spending time with family, love all kinds of sports and games, as well as music, food, travelling to new places, and leading a Bible study group at church. I have a passion for knowledge and love learning new things.