Became an Airrosti Provider:2021
Undergraduate School:University of Houston
Graduate School:Parker University
Hobbies:I enjoy being active outdoors either running, hiking with my wife and dog, or playing golf. I am a big sports fan and I love spending time with my wife and dog and am always a fan of some good barbeque.
Interesting Facts:I am named after Marshall University- the "We are Marshall" movie. My parents met there and my dad is a 5th generation history teacher to graduate from there so I carry on the name!
Awards and Recognitions:Clinic Excellence Award
What Airrosti Means to Me:Airrosti to me means a team of people working together to make a positive impact on people by helping them live their lives pain free doing what they love.
by Aislynn Trubee
We live in Georgetown and had our first experience with Airrosti last week when my 12-year-old daughter strained an inner thigh muscle. The original doctor, Dr. Wall, saw her on the first 2 visits and we agreed to see Dr. Anderson on the 3rd visit as Dr. Wall was taking time off. Dr. Anderson was fantastic! We would highly recommend him and would see him again for any concerns in a heartbeat! He was thorough, so kind, and did an exceptional job of making my daughter feel comfortable during her treatment. Dr. Anderson – Thank you so much!