I specialize in nonsurgical spine care and electrodiagnostic medicine. My medical journey began at a very early age as I observed my father, a retired anesthesiologist, dedicate himself to his patients and his craft. I was drawn to physiatry because it is a nonsurgical specialty that trains physicians to assist patients in optimizing their quality of life, and allows for a deep level of doctor-patient interaction. Prior to joining Georgia Bone & Joint Surgeons in Cartersville, I worked at the Emory Spine Center for 18 years. My wife and I enjoy enjoy serving our church community, being outdoors, and playing frisbee with our two Shetland Sheepdogs, Rosie and Rollin.