I was born and raised in Utah, but left Utah to join the Air Force and receive my medical degree from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. I completed my residency in Diagnostic Radiology in San Antonio, Texas. Following my residency, I spent 7 years as an Air Force Radiologist stationed in Alaska and Nevada, which included a 6-month tour in Afghanistan. Following my time with the Air Force, I completed a fellowship at the University of California at San Diego in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) with a focus on musculoskeletal, abdominal, and brain MRI.
I have experience in all modalities and specialties of diagnostic radiology but have particular interest and training in musculoskeletal radiology. I especially enjoy using MRI to solve complex diagnostic problems. I know that there is a patient behind every radiology exam and I use imaging to help patients find the answers they are seeking.
My wife, Rachelle, and I have four children. I love spending time with my family. In my free time, I enjoy serving in my church, reading, watching soccer and working on my computer.
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