Dr. Pete is originally from Abingdon, MD and is one of six boys in his family. During his youth, Dr. Pete was very active in sports such as basketball and baseball and played baseball at a local junior college in Baltimore.
Dr. Pete graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. He received his doctor of chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic-Port Orange campus. He is certified through the National Board of Chiropractors in both Virginia and Florida. He is a certified Thompson practitioner and is a certified Activator doctor through Activator methods. He is also Performance Movement Techniques and Fascial Movement Techniques level 1 & 2 through Rocktape. Dr. Pete also has had the privilege of working with the US Air Force Parajumpers at Patrick Air Force base and also providing Chiropractic care to homeless Veterans of Brevard County, FL. Dr. Pete also had the privilege of taking care of people at the Salvation Army and other rehabilitation centers in Voulsia County, FL.
Dr. Pete lives in Centreville with his wife Kelly and daughter Maya. In his spare time, Dr. Pete enjoys spending time with his family, Crossfit and exploring new adventures with his family.