Attended The City College and Hunter College of New York before completing a Medical Degree from Rush University in Chicago. This was followed by internship and residency in Emergency Medicine at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York with Trauma training at Shock Trauma in Baltimore, Maryland and UCLA Harbor in Los Angeles.
He has volunteered extensively for Physicians for Human Rights, Remote Area Medical, The Refugee Health Alliance, and with recent Afghan Arrival through Task Force Liberty with the US Air Force.
He previously worked as an Emergency Medicine Physician at Santa Clara Valley where he was a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine for Stanford and for the Department of Public Health for Santa Clara County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
He completed a fellowship in Pain Management at Stanford University. His Pain Management experience includes fellowship training specializing in the multi-disciplinary management of acute and chronic pain. Techniques include all standard ultrasound procedures, radiofrequency ablation, sympathetic blocks, spinal therapeutic procedures, spinal cord stimulation, and multi-modal medication management