Jerry began his path with a modest massage practice. Having spent the last 22 years as a licensed chiropractor, he comes full circle some 30 years later and has returned to these roots with a redefined sense of touch and with a keen eye for seeing and prescribing movement as medicine.
During his years as a chiropractor, Jerry steadily deepened and widened his knowledge, studying with cutting-edge doctors of physical medicine in Europe, and investigating a range of therapies, including new mobilization techniques, soft martial arts, neuro-developmental approaches to manual therapy, massage, Pilates, yoga, meditation, physical therapy and Gyrotonic®.
While always practicing, he also taught and consulted. In 1991 he organized a special group of interns at Cleveland Chiropractic College; a program focused on the work of his professors at Charles University Medical School in Prague. He also co-created the first chiropractic post-graduate program for rehabilitation that became the model for similar programs.
One of the principles Jerry adheres to, when possible, is the Principle of Least Effort. so Jerry now eschews a single technique in order to simplify without diminishing the effectiveness of his clinical impact.
In 2002 Jerry and his wife, Carol, moved from Los Angeles, to Rye, NH and finally in 2017 to Brevard, North Carolina where he currently practices.