- B.S., Kinesiology, The Pennsylvania State University (2001)
- M.S., Kinesiology, Michigan State University (2005)
- In Progress: Doctorate of Philosophy in Education Leadership, Central Michigan University
An educator and clinician dedicated to providing the best possible opportunities and experiences for the betterment of my students and patients. Collaboration, understanding, compassion, and support are all key elements of these practices.
My career at Alma began in
The assessment and treatment of somatic dysfunction in the thoraco-lumbar spine and pelvis.
Men’s gender identity development, including conformity to masculinity norms, hyper-masculinity, hegemonic masculinity, men’s gender role conflict, and the phenomenon of transcendence.