Welcome to Creekside Chiropractic Center
Meeting Your Needs
Hi, I’m Dr. Jodi Cooley, owner of Creekside Chiropractic Center, LLC. I have been practicing chiropractic in Gahanna since 1995 and have seen the benefits of optimal health through chiropractic care time and time again. I have integrated my extensive practice experience with the desire to provide comprehensive chiropractic care in a professional, relaxed environment.
I am pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Michael Fisher to our growing practice. Dr. Fisher has been practicing in Central Ohio since 2007 and is excited to begin to build a practice in Gahanna, where he and his wife live with their 2 children.
Creekside Chiropracitic Center is conveniently located within the heart of Olde Gahanna on the corner of Mill and Walnut Streets. It is easily accessible from Easton and is just off the 270 and 670 interchange in Gahanna.
My staff and I are here to serve you and your health care needs. We offer same day appointments as well as hours to fit your busy schedule.
For your convenience, we are participating providers in most insurance plans and also treat work and auto injuries.
Please browse our website to see how chiropractic can benefit you!
We Can Enhance Your Life With Chiropractic Care By Improving Mobility, Health, and Function
- Carpal Tunnel
- Sports Injuries
- Work Injuries
- Muscle Pain
- Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder, Elbow, or Wrist Pain
- Hip, Knee, or Ankle Pain
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