I sent myself on a long journey to practice non-surgical care of orthopaedic injuries with an emphasis on sports medicine. In light of my own experience as a child, I have a particular passion for serving patients who have suffered from symptoms which seemingly have no solutions.
Throughout my professional career, I have combined classroom and clinical education and mentoring with patient care. I currently serve the sports medicine team of Wheaton College where I have served consistently as one of the college team physicians.
I have also served the Applied Health Sciences (AHS) department of Wheaton College since 2011 as adjunct assistant professor; lead professor of AHS362 orthopaedic and athletic injuries.
Outside of work, much of my time is spent as a leader in men’s ministry through an international para-church organization.
I spend my recreation time with friends and family, exercising, sharing dinners, watching sports and movies together. I especially love acoustic music of all forms, and learning about food and culture from around the world.See Dr. Selby's curriculum vitae