It's Finally Time!

It's Finally Time... 

The floors have been polished, the tables installed, the walls painted, the coffee machine set up, the lights for the structural stabilization room put in, the Neuro-Structural Analysis system in place. 

Monday. April 9th at 7am we will be open. 

The only type of appointments you can schedule are a complimentary consultation (complimentary) or a Neuro-Structural Chiropractic Exam ($250).
However, even if you schedule an exam we always start with the Consultation.

Because we want to make sure Neuro-Structural Chiropractic is a fit for you and that you are a fit for Optimize Chiropractic.

A consultation is exactly what it sounds like, we sit down and discuss what health issues you have going on, what your goals are and then let you know what we do in our office and how we are different than a traditional or musculoskeletal chiropractor. 

From there you get to make the choice whether to move forward with a Neuro-Structural Chiropractic Exam or not. 

A consultation is a conversation never a commitment, its 20 minutes, no strings attached, no free steak knives and no pressure to go forward with an exam. 

With that being said I hope you've enjoyed reading about the process of opening a Neuro-Structural Chiropractic office here in Columbus.

If you want to come see the office we are having an Open House April 5th @5:45pm-7pm.
It will be at our location.

3070 Riverside Drive
Suite 103
Columbus, Ohio 43221

We will have craft beer from The Ohio Tap Room, wine and hors d'oeuvres for you to enjoy while you get to see more behind the scenes of Optimize Chiropractic. 

I hope to see you there or out in the community in the near future!


P.S. While I will continue to update you on life and practice on this blog, I am going to start writing more articles on different health issues, such as Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Migraines and the science behind those diseases and ways Chiropractic has shown to be beneficial. 

I am also in the process of setting up a research project to be done at the practice and will soon let you know what that entails.

I hope you continue to follow along.

All the best,
-Dr. Jake