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Welcome to my practice! Medicine is much more than taking pills. It is equipping you to live your life well. We are not made up of only hands or only eyes. Imagine if we were! The entire body functions together and helping you see these complexities in an understandable way is what I like to do. The more you see, the more you can thrive!
I am originally from Southern California. I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia, my medical degree at Temple University and residency at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I am board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. When I am not practicing medicine, I enjoy being a husband, raising our children, and teaching in our church. The outdoors, woodworking and swimming are other interests. My practice is in Building D.
Your body is amazing. It is able to do millions of things so easily. It is also the one place in which you experience the joys and sorrows of life. It does so much! However, without some simple attention, it will begin to lose its edge. Your ability to experience and enjoy life can fade if you are not careful.
Exercise regularly. Eat healthy. Be a learner. Enjoy the relationships that you have or, if there are broken ones, go fix them. Ask the big questions. Don't be afraid, be real, be honest and be humble. Life is always bigger than you think, but often shorter too.
|Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA|
|Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA|
|Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine|
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