As an upcoming graduate from Life University, with several years additional experience as a chiropractic assistant, I am confident that I encompass the skills, mindset and experience necessary to benefit a subluxation-based, family wellness practice.
In addition to my classroom education, my experience in the Life University Clinic system, as well as outside seminars and mission trips, has helped me to sharpen my analyses and manual adjusting skills.
As a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, I have a strong calling towards a family-based practice. I am certified in the Webster’s Technique and have plans to take the entire ICPA curriculum over time. I am currently working with Dr. Joel Alcantara, head of research at the ICPA, to have a research paper published on the benefits of chiropractic care and the resolution of infantile colic.
I am comfortable using a variety of techniques and analysis throughout the chiropractic spectrum, including: Full Spine/Diversified, Thompson, SOT, Activator, BGI, Webster Technique and pediatrics. My most recent clinical experience with Dr. Pamela Stone-McCoy at Stone Family Chiropractic has provided me with extensive knowledge on pediatric, pregnancy and whole-family, wellness-based care.
A great strength of mine is establishing and maintaining meaningful patient relationships. I pride myself on not only my retention of patients, but also my word-of-mouth positive reputation following patient care. I am a very social person and am comfortable both in one-on-one interactions as well as in front of an audience.
My experience working as a chiropractic assistant for almost three years has given me immeasurable experience with patient communication, education and interaction. Aside from my adjusting skills, I have great confidence in patient care including chiropractic philosophy, as well as office policies and finances.
I grew up in Denver, Colorado and enjoy backpacking, hiking, mountain biking, and exploring nature. I am an active athlete who loves both yoga and rugby. While in school, I played for the Atlanta Harlequins Women's Rugby club and took 1st place in the USA Rugby National Championships in 2012.
I have plans to open a practice in the Denver area in the Spring of 2015. It is my goal to work in a chiropractic environment in the time from when I graduate in September, 2014 until I am able to open on my own. I believe it is important to me physically, mentally and emotionally to be actively involved in the chiropractic lifestyle during this time. Whether it is work as a cover doctor, exam doctor, chiropractic assistant or marketing assistant, I am looking to find a practice to work with that is willing to take on a new graduate who is eager to work and learn while mutually benefitting both parties.