Growing up Myles participated in many sports, and as a result dealt with many different injuries. As a result, Myles was treated by Paolo- in his last two clinics before attending university. During school he knew that he wanted to work with athletes and musculoskeletal injuries. Since he had such great success with PT and DC treatment he knew that having the ability to use manual therapy techniques to help patients, as well as manipulate restricted joints he could receive the best results. Salus has always been a place that was accepting to all patients; however it has always held a great reputation for superb and effective care.
In Myles’s previous positions he has successfully treated conditions such as headaches, neck pain, back pain, and extremity issues. While he does not have a singular focus he loves treating complex issues pertaining to shoulder and hip pain, as well as chronic neck and back pain. It is Myles’s opinion that while there is not one quick fix to any issue, chiropractic care in conjunction with muscular and rehab exercises is the best approach.
Outside of work, Myles spends most of his time with 2 year old German Shepard- Luna. They spend many weekends hiking and exploring the mountains or any area large enough for her to run free. While in the mountains, Myles tests his limits rock climbing and mountaineering. Besides his fur baby, Myles devotes the rest of his time to the gym and training for long distance races including foot races and triathlon/Ironman events.