I am originally from Cleveland, and I am still a Browns fan. I attended the University of Notre Dame for my undergraduate degree (Go Irish!). I went to the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, which provided excellent training, but I eventually got tired of getting snowed on and moved south to Anderson, S.C. for my residency. South Carolina gave me a real taste of southern hospitality, so my wife and I decided to make Atlanta our home. In Atlanta, we can continue to experience big-city life, but still live under the sun! My interests include medical mission work in Haiti, something I have done since 2000. Performing medical mission work is in line with why I became a doctor: "To help people." To me, it is as simple as that.
Acerca de mi práctica médica
I like to focus on preventive care, which is trying to prevent illness before it starts or at least delay the progression of illness over time. I enjoy practicing evidence-based medicine and having conversations with our members about the best ways for them to thrive. I truly enjoy making a difference in people's lives.
Cómo vivo bien
I follow the adage, "You'll never find a motorcycle parked outside a psychiatrist's office." I try to ride my motorcycle whenever possible! I spend Saturday mornings getting a doughnut with my daughter. Even though I am a doctor and know about fat grams and carbs, she is Daddy's little girl and it is our weekly ritual.