Chiropractic entered into my life when I began having tension headaches as an undergraduate. I was amazed that a chiropractor's help could change my symptoms and keep me well and active on campus.
Later, I understood that becoming a doctor of chiropractic could be my unique contribution to people’s lives. After graduation, I began by practicing more traditional and sports related chiropractic in Southern California. I had the opportunity to serve a diverse group including professionals, students, cyclists, professional beach volleyball players and even a few celebrities.
In an attempt to address scary, unresolved and unexplained symptoms that I was experiencing, I found a unique, effective and gentle approach to the spine named Network Spinal Analysis. More specifically, Network Spinal Analysis significantly improved various food intolerances, chronic fatigue, and a number of other symptoms that many other disciplines and approaches, Western and otherwise did not satisfactorily address. Not long after experiencing great results in my own body and physiology did I avidly seek mentors and learning experiences for practicing this unique method.
I am a native of the Pacific Northwest, and received an Biology(Botany) Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Washington and am happy to be home again to serve the people living in the greater Seattle area.
It is my distinct pleasure being in care of the practice that has served Bellevue and surrounding communities since 1994. It was a happy and serendipitous event that as I was coming back to my home of the Seattle area that Dr. Trey was returning to his native home of New Mexico. I am honored to have had the extensive and rich opportunity to learn, experience and work side by side Dr. Trey as an immersion in his uniquely informed approach to healing. Time has flown quickly since we first met in May of 2010. I have been amazed to see the results of incorporating evidenced based chiropractic techniques with those that are in the realm of awareness and conscious awakening of the relationships between the body, mind, emotion, and expression of the human spirit.
Some of my interests are education, reading, nutrition, hiking/exploring, outdoor volleyball and photography. Other experiences contributing to my life are Landmark Education, serving high school students in a low income area as a Chemistry Teacher(as part of an Americorps program named Teach for America), and leadership, undergraduate plant genomic research and teaching experiences at the University of Washington.