I first found chiropractic when I was twelve years old and suffered from daily headaches and back pain. I quickly realized the power of holistic healthcare when my chiropractor was the only doctor able to provide any answers or relief. I have been a committed patient ever since. After earning my Bachelor's degree in Physical Anthropology and Sculpture from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, I worked for several environmental education centers and for the American Cancer Society before deciding to travel to Guatemala for several months to study Spanish and travel. It was on this adventure that I realized my true calling was chiropractic. I returned to the States and enrolled at New York Chiropractic College, graduating in 2012 with several academic and service awards.
Although I spent most of my childhood in Wilton, CT, I was born in Boston and am happy to return to Massachusetts to live and practice. Besides my work, my passions include hiking, traveling, cooking, and spending time with my family. I live in Norwood, MA with my husband Paul and daughter Rosalind.