Hometown: New Orleans, LA
Undergraduate schooling: University of Southern Mississippi
Family here with you:
Girlfriend: Natalie Turlich
Kids: Riley Rilette (daughter 3yr) Logan Rilette (Son 1yr)
Why did you choose Sherman College?
I chose Sherman College because I agree with the chiropractic philosophy and the reasoning it teaches. The small school environment and low classroom numbers also suited me. I have always wanted to help people in some way, and chiropractic and Sherman seemed to be the perfect fit.
Activities you are involved in at Sherman College:
Favorite thing to do or place to go on a Saturday night:
Hanging out with good friends or playing darts @ Delaney’s in downtown Spartanburg
Favorite thing about Sherman College:
My favorite thing about Sherman, besides the education, is the small community feel that it provides the students. It is almost impossible to walk down the hall and not see a student or teacher that you know or could stop and have a conversation with.
Most challenging thing about Sherman College:
The school work is all do-able if the student puts the time into the class.
Advice for students choosing chiropractic as a career and/or coming to Sherman College:
My advice, being only a fourth quarter student, is to definitely pursue a chiropractic career and give Sherman a chance. Also, even though I am a bit biased toward Sherman, you should research all of the schools to find out where you fit in. Ask each school where it stands on chiropractic philosophy and the profession.