My career to date has been spent dedicated to community-based primary care. My early
education in Washington DC, medical school/residency training, and practice on the south side of Chicago denote my dedication to the person to person relationships which have built trust, and a humble practice.
It has been my pleasure to function in multiple venues of service. I have practiced within diverse
primary and preventive environments like addictions/recovery, Re-Entry care, HIV care,
community health clinics and Home physician care.
I have also had extensive teaching
experience in outpatient settings and on In-Patient ward and Medical consultative services.
These experiences inform my treatment style and emphasis. I treasure the adage “First, Do No
My strengths spring from my background. Growing up in a multicultural America has provided a perspective that has served me well by allowing me to slip on another’s slipper, so to speak.
I have traveled the world studying my craft and have seen how one-half the world’s population
lives on less than three dollars per day.
Such an understanding promotes perspective and,
hopefully, a detachment from the world while living in it. This understanding drives my desire
to continue my service as an advocate, a confidant, a teacher, and a physician.
Medicine is my ministry.
Budo dictates my personal life. Years of martial training have left me with little skill but greater
understanding. Everything is Kung Fu. Yin vs Yang.
As such, modern medical practice may be
informed by traditional medicine, allopathic complemented by alternative. Life’s true teaching is compassion, and Budo is its expression.
With years of experience, our medical team will assess you and create a custom recovery plan that's right for you. We understand the importance of educating you on the most effective ways to take care of your body, so that you can heal quickly.
Bushido: The Soul of Japan is a book written by Inazo Nitobe exploring the way of the samurai. It was published in 1900. Bushido: The Soul of Japan is, along with Hagakure by Yamamoto Tsunetomo (1659–1719), a study of the way of the samurai.
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