Dr. Jodi Cooley
I grew up in Northern Michigan and began my academic career at Michigan State University where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Physiology. I continued my education at the Ohio State University earning a Master of Arts in Exercise Physiology and I completed my Doctor of Chiropractic at National College of Chiropractic (now known as National University of Health Sciences) in Lombard, Illinois.
My interest in chiropractic began in graduate school when I severely injured my lower back and visited a chiropractor. I responded so well to treatment for my lower back injury that I also received treatment for chronic neck pain caused by a car accident several years prior. I had lived with that chronic pain for so long it had become a part of me. I realized that I did not have to live with pain and chiropractic care became an integral part of my life. After exploring other careers, chiropractic seemed to be a natural fit with my desire to help people and my interest in muscles, joints, the skeletal system as well as wellness. I use my knowledge of fitness and exercise daily in practice. I also spent several years as an adjunct professor at Columbus State Community College.
In my spare time, I enjoy golfing, gardening and spending time at my Indian Lake cottage.
Dr. Michael Fisher
I grew up in Barnesville, Ohio and attended Ohio Valley University in West Virginia on a baseball scholarship. While there I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Science. I earned my doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2007 from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis. I have added additional post-graduate studies in Active Release Technique (a muscle and soft tissue technique), Kinesiology Taping and Pierce Adjusting Technique.
My interest in Chiropractic began at a very young age when my parents would take me regularly for Chiropractic care. Going to the Chiropractor was as commonplace in my family as going to the dentist. My mother has said that I always knew I wanted to be a chiropractor. As I got older, I realized I wasn’t having the constant, recurring health issues and injuries my friends and teammates were experiencing. When I connected it all together, it could all be traced to regular chiropractic care.
I strive to become an integral part of your total health care team. I use my past experience in both athletics and professional practice to craft treatment plans aimed to help you achieve optimal health and function and to improve your quality of life.
I live in Gahanna with my amazing wife Whitney, son Cole and daughter Caroline. Besides practicing Chiropractic I enjoy exercising, spending as much time with my wife and kids as possible, and of course, OSU football!
Dr. Fisher and I strive to provide you and your family the most comprehensive chiropractic and rehabilitative care for optimal musculoskeletal health. Treatment plans are crafted with your unique health care needs in mind.