Education: I am originally from Madison and attended Daniel Hand High School. I attended college at Fordham University, and ultimately completed my pre-med and sociology degree from Quinnipiac University. Then I attended the University of Bridgeport College of Naturopathic Medicine Program, finishing in 2013. That same summer I completed a Yoga Teacher training.
My Practice: I started my private practice right away. Over the years it has evolved; as I learn how more and understand patient’s needs, I have realized that for patients to get the best care, it is best to see people quite frequently early on. It helps build trust and helps me understand more about them and their situation so I can be more helpful.
I have seen patients with a wide variety of conditions; the most common conditions that I treat are digestive disorders (IBS, chron’s, colitis), pain (acute pain, arthritis, joint pains), fatigue, and hormonal disorders (infertility, PMS, PCOS, menopause).
During the past years, I have seen many patients suffer from symptoms of stress or adrenal fatigue and it is frustrating that they are not finding the help they need. I went through a tough time myself and had many of the symptoms. I learned a ton about it and how to treat it. This is ultimately what has propelled me to research Adrenal Fatigue inside and out and now I can provide the best care possible for patients who truly need it.
My Personal Life: I practice what I preach; I love to attend a yoga class 3-4 times a week, if time allows. I love to walk everywhere. I love to cook nourishing meals for my family. I love to go to the farmer’s market. I love to research about health, nutrition, yoga, home birthing, and spirituality. I love to read crime novels. And most of all, I love spending time with my husband and daughters.