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Kreg D. Huffer, D.C., L.C.P.kreg.jpg

Dr. Kreg, a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, has been serving in the chiropractic profession for over 34 years. Dr. Kreg specializes as a Sacro-Occipital Craniopath, in the Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique (B.E.S.T.), and also in sports-related injuries. Dr. Kreg has earned a post-graduate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in the Legion of Chiropractic Philosophy, which lead to a doctorate in philosophy. He has served as a faculty-extension professor in philosophy at Palmer College and with Life College. He has been involved with the Ohio State Chiropractic Association board of directors for the past 25 years and served as president of the OSCA in 2015-2016. He has also served on a national association to get recognition and coverage by 3rd party insurance companies for chiropractic care benefits for our patients. This association also helps advance the public recognition and use of natural health care.

It is Dr. Huffer's goal to equip the patients of this office with the knowledge and understanding of the impact chiropractic has in corrective and wellness care. Our staff has the compassion and desire to educate, motivate, and inspire patients to reach their full human potential.

We are committed to expanding our knowledge and awareness as new techniques and research is done; to find benefical ways to help people reach their health goals through regular chiropractic care.

Jason E. Hartle, D.C., C.C.W.P.Jason.jpg

Dr. Jason Hartle has been a licensed chiropractor since 1997, and joined Huffer Chiropractic in 2002. Dr. Hartle is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and has been a Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (C.C.W.P.) since 2005 which deals with all aspects of wellness (eating well, moving well, and thinking well) As a chiropractor he is committed to promoting health and wellness to all patients.

Dr. Hartle uses an all encompassing approach to educate, motivate, and inspire our patients through the latest techniques, procedures, supplementation, and education available at our office. He is trained in B.E.S.T. (Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique), S.O.T, Cranial Adjusting, and helps athletes perform at their best on the field.

Travis M. Elsass, D.C., C.A.C.C.P.

Dr. Elsass graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 2005 and has been a part of our office since. he is trained in B.E.S.T., Cranial, Webster's Tech., and SOT. He is certified by the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics and an active member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is involved with "Epic Pediatrics and Accelerators" a group of elite chiropractors who train to help serve kids and families better, through the power of chiropractic. Dr. Travis's passion is taking care of kids and creating phenomenal, healthy families by allowing full expression of their lives. "Having 3 kiddos of my own, I see first hand how the chiropractic lifestyle positively impacts the health of my familiy. I want this type of phenomenal life for all families and this is what drives me to do what I do."

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