Health passion: Sports and Physical Medicine, I enjoy all areas of medicine, but I have a passion for evaluating and treating injuries. Becoming trained in musculoskeletal ultrasound has allowed me to make much better diagnosis and treatment plans for patients, particularly with overuse injuries. Evaluating and treating back pain is another area I am passionate about. I enjoy seeing the improvement in pain levels and function after performing osteopathic manipulation on patients. In the last six years I become proficient in performing many different types of diagnostic ultrasound, including musculoskeletal, abdominal, GYN, thyroid, breast and testicular.

Favorite pastime: Cross-Country Skiing, I usually participate in 2 to 3 moderate length ski races a year. I am not competitive in these races, but I thoroughly enjoy skiing 35 km through beautiful words on perfectly groomed trails.
Fun and crazy fact: I buy Hatz diesel engines online repair them and resell them to mostly Amish farmers.


Onalaska Clinic
(608) 781-2225


Undergraduate Degree: University of Wyoming – Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Doctoral Training: College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in 1986 With a Dr. of Osteopathic Medicine Degree.

Pediatric Residency at Gundersen Lutheran hospital, La Crosse, Wisconsin 1986 to 1989.

Pediatrician for Gundersen clinic from 1989 to 2002.

Role: Director of Student Health University of Wisconsin La Crosse from 2002 to present.

Years with UWL: 14 years