After graduating from the University of Florida with a BS in Health Science, I moved to Atlanta, GA, where I attended Life University College.of Chiropractic and received my Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Upon completing four National Boards, Physiotherapy board and the Florida Chiropractic board, I obtained my chiropractic license. I was immediately hired as a medical director of a multidisciplinary practice in South Florida.
I worked there for 1 year, then went into private practice by opening Hope Chiropractic in North Miami. Five years later, after my husband (who is also a chiropractor and was also in private practice) and I were married and expecting our first child, we decided to merge our individual offices into one, keeping the name Hope Chiropractic. We have been practicing together ever since.
When I became pregnant with my first child, I witnessed first hand the tremendous health benefits of receiving chiropractic care throughout my pregnancy. As a result, I became a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), and became Webster Certified which is special training to work specifically with pelvic imbalance during pregnancy. Not only was I adjusted regularly throughout both my pregnancies, my children have also been adjusted consistently since birth.
Routine adjustments while pregnant is safe, gentle and effective. It is a great way to relieve the added stress on your spine that comes along with a growing baby and weight gain. It can also prevent sciatica, maintain pelvic balance, and help you feel better over all during pregnancy. In addition to taking care of our patients, my husband and I have spent the last 12 years volunteering our time to community outreach, both individually and as a team. We regularly preform health seminars, screenings and workshops to local churches, community and civic organizations. To learn more chiropractic, or why I became a chiropractor , please visit my office website by clicking the link below.