Dr. Scot is a fun loving guy with a great sense of humor. He's also a bit of a foodie. If you ever need a restaurant recommendation, or a happy hour special suggestion, he's your man! Dr. Scot is also quite the home improvement specialist, so if you find yourself stuck on a project, hit him up for advice! In his free time, Dr. Scot enjoys kicking back and watching a football game with his friends or cruising on the lake with his family. You can also find him helping his step-daughter with her 4-H projects or chasing down a rouge family pet.
Dr. Scot is a family doctor in the truest sense. He takes a real interest in his patients and their lives, and as such, the office environment is friendly, inviting ,and often filled with upbeat conversation. It is not uncommon to find him inquiring about the outcome of project, the health of some hand raised chickens, or the success of a family gathering.
But how did Dr. Scot come to be a chiropractor? Well, let us tell you the tale...
After serving his country as a United States Army Paratrooper from 1986 to 1989, Dr. Scot enrolled in the pre-med program at The Ohio State University. Because of his experience on the U.S. Army powerlifting team, Dr. Scot decided to continue powerlifting competitively in college, where he went on to win the National Natural Powerlifting Championship.
While training for his next competition, he sustained a low back injury. In excruciating pain, and unable to drive, he saw his medical doctor, who prescribed muscle relaxers and anti-inflammatory drugs. Unfortunately, the treatment provided no relief. On the recommendation of a fellow powerlifter, Dr. Scot decided to visit a chiropractor. Within two chiropractor adjustments, the pain was gone! After two weeks of chiropractic treatment, Dr. Scot was back to training for his next powerlifting competition. The injury, however, changed his views on medicine forever. Dr. Scot's career focus shifted from traditional medicine to chiropractic care.
Dr. Scot went on to complete two bachelor degrees, one in Exercise Science and one in Anatomy. He then completed his master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and received his Doctorate degree from Parker Chiropractic College in 1998. From 2000 to 2004, Dr. Scot served as an Anatomy Professor at Columbus State Community College. In 2005, Dr. Scot became the first chiropractor in Ohio to be utilized by the United States Armed Forces, where he implemented the standards and protocols to be used by future chiropractors.
If you're interested in learning more about our Koala-fications, we can certainly satisfy your curiousity. We just want to warn you though. There won't be any koalas. Hopefully you're not too disappointed.
My human captors refer to me as "Oscar", but my real name is Montague LeFluff Dauntless. I very recently eluded my humans and went on a purrfect excursion. I scoured the vast countryside in search of scrumptious rodents and portly fowl. Visions of legendary adventures filled with intrigue and guile danced in my eyes. But alas, it was not meant to be. During my caper, I realized I had not yet completed my game of cat and mouse with the snake. Yes, yes. He and I have a score to settle yet...
Trusssst me when I tell you that the filthy fluff ball's recent escape was no feat on hisss part. Yourssss truly frequently slidesss around the house unattended, and using my ssssuperior brain, I devised a way to dispossse of him. I very cassually left a door ajar, and the witless wonder took the bait! t was a glorioussss day! The house, and mice, were all mine! The humansss, however, were dissstraught. Much to my dismay, they managed to lure the beast back inside. I must dispossse of him once and for all!
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1367 Georgesville Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228, United States
Monday: 11am - 1pm, 4pm - 6pm
Wednesday: 11am - 1pm, 4pm - 6pm
Friday: 11am - 1pm, 4pm - 6pm