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  • Dr.
    Ed Jennings

    As a healthcare practitioner, I believe that personalized preventive care is of the utmost importance in helping people achieve their health goals. My education and experience in the healthcare field has enabled me to incorporate a patient-centered approach to health that is tailored to the unique needs of those who seek my counsel.
    Because beliefs, attitudes, and motivations can all play a major role in overall wellness, I examine and include the physical, mental, and emotional aspects of all of my patients in order to make a more holistic and accurate diagnosis. My devotion to good health is the basis and primary focus of my practice. I value the trust and confidence of my patients with whom I work in partnership for better health.


    Logan College of Chiropractic/American College of Chiropractic Neurology Program (1989-1991)


    Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Neurology (1991)

    Diplomate American Academy of Pain Management (1991)

    Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (1990)

    Rehabilitation for the Primary Care Practitioner Logan College of Chiropractic (1994)

    ADHD and Learning Disorders Certification- Carrick Institute

    Vertigo and Balance Disorders-Carrick Institute(2005)


    Youngstown State University BS in Education

    Palmer College of Chiropractic (1981-1984) Doctor of Chiropractic

    Logan College of Chiropractic (1991) Post Doctoral Neurology Specialty Degree

    Whiplash and Brain Traumatology (2002)

    Carrick institute, Treatment of Vertigo and Related Disorders

    Washington Wellness Center, Chiropractic Director (1997-1999)

    Logan College of Chiropractic Post Graduate Neurology Electromyography

    Cleveland College of Chiropractic Post Graduate Neurology (1995-2000)

    Memberships & Associations:

    American Chiropractic Association

    California Chiropractic Association

    American College of Chiropractic Neurology

    ACA Council of Neurology

    American Chiropractic Board of Neurology

    President's Club Palmer College of Chiropractic

    Palmer College of Chiropractic Alumni Rugby Association

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