With almost 10 years of experience in family practice, caring for people of all ages, my heart lies in family practice. At Aspen Family Care, located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, I enjoy getting to know people and feel that continuity of care is critical for achieving positive results. I enjoy all areas of family medicine, particularly men’s health, sports medicine, and testosterone replacement therapy, along with other endocrine disorders, including diabetes. I believe strongly in preventive medicine and feel that it is one of the keys to a long, healthy life.
I received my medical degree from Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. My bachelor’s and master’s degrees were completed at North Carolina State University.
I consider myself down to earth, practical, and somewhat of a good ole’ boy, and after several vacations in the state, wondered why anyone would want to live anywhere but Colorado. My family and I decided to fulfill our “manifest destiny” and move out west. I am a family man and love to spend time with wife Lori, a veterinarian, and daughter Quinn, who hopes to be a cowgirl. I enjoy hiking, hunting, fishing, competing in triathlons (I’ve finished three Ironman triathlons) and playing with my four dogs -- Patton, Montgomery (Monty), Josie, and Sam. I hope to learn to ski, rock climb, and summit all of Colorado’s 14ers.