Chiropractors help the body heal without drugs and surgery.
Dr. Jodi Cooley has been serving the Gahanna area since 1995. She founded Creekside Chiropractic Center in 2008, focusing on patient-centered care in an inviting atmosphere. She was excited to welcome Dr. Michael Fisher to the practice in 2013 and Dr. Michelle Adkins to the practice in 2020.
Dr. Cooley enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions. She tailors treatment plans for each patient and condition. She is advanced proficiency rated in Activator Methods, a low force adjusting technique using an adjustment tool, and manual manipulation of the spine and extremity for optimal results. Dr. Cooley grew up in Northern Michigan and graduated from Michigan State University, Ohio State University, and National College of Chiropractic (now known as National University of Health Sciences).
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, playing tennis and golf, traveling, and vacationing at her Indian Lake cottage.
Dr. Michael Fisher believes being a chiropractor is an amazing privilege. Treating families is a responsibility he doesn’t take lightly. From helping infants with colic, the expectant mother who wants an easier birth experience, or the dad with chronic migraines, he enjoys serving the Gahanna community.
Dr. Fisher has received regular chiropractic care from a very young age. His mother recalls all he ever wanted to become was a Chiropractor. In his family, going to the chiropractor was as commonplace as going to the dentist.
Dr. Fisher grew up in Barnsville, Ohio, and attended Ohio Valley University in West Virginia on a baseball scholarship. He then went on to earn his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2007 from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis.
He has post-graduate training in pre-natal (Webster) care, pediatrics, and activator adjusting techniques. He uses Active Release Technique (a muscle and soft tissue technique), Kinesiology Taping, and Pierce Adjusting Technique in his daily practice.
Dr. Fisher believes he can be an integral part of your family’s total healthcare team. His experience in athletics, education, and professional practice helps him craft treatment plans to achieve optimal health and function and improve his patients’ quality of life.
He lives in Gahanna with his amazing wife Whitney, son Cole and daughter Caroline. In addition to practicing chiropractic, he is a certified baseball umpire, enjoys exercising, spending as much time with his wife and kids as possible, and of course, OSU football!
Dr. Michelle Adkins Rogers began her chiropractic journey in high school after an injury playing soccer. She quickly learned about the benefits of chiropractic, not just for your spine but for your body as a whole. That is when she decided that it was her goal to become a chiropractor and have the ability to help those of all ages achieve better health.
Dr. Adkins grew up in Frazeysburg, Ohio. She earned degrees at West Liberty University and Palmer College of Chiropractic-Florida. She has a post-grad certification in pre-natal care with the Webster technique. She is advanced certified with the Activator Methods Technique and is working towards her perinatal certification through the ICPA.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband Thomas and their fur babies, binging Netflix shows, watching sports (Go Bucks!), exploring the metro parks, and playing softball.
Dr. Adkins enjoys treating patients of all ages! She is excited to be a part of the Creekside Chiropractic team serving the Gahanna community and would love to be a part of your health journey!