An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Dr. Andrew J. Limle, DC, CCSP, CSCS, AGFI
Ohio License #3386
Thanks for taking your time to read about our Team at Cincinnati Chiropractic. I am Dr. Andrew J. Limle and the founder of Cincinnati Chiropractic. I am a native of Cincinnati and love all our city has to offer. I have aspired to become a Chiropractor since childhood and feel blessed to have made this dream a reality. I attended LaSalle High School (1994) and still keep involved with LaSalle. I followed this with undergraduate studies at the University of Cincinnati with a focus on Biology/Pre-Med (1998). This led me directly into chiropractic school at the National University of Health Sciences where I attained my Doctorate in Chiropractic (2002). Among extensive post doctorate studies, through Palmer Chiropractic College, I have earned the post-doctorate distinction of Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician.
While in Chicago attending Chiropractic School I met my wife Katie at Wrigley Field. I must have done something right because I convinced Katie to relocate to Cincinnati from Chicago. Now we are blessed with 3 beautiful children; Ellise (2003), Luke (2005), Wesley (2007).
Dr. Matthew D. Spears, DC
Ohio License # 4456
I'm Dr. Matt Spears and I am pleased to have joined the team at Cincinnati Chiropractic in August of 2016. I grew up in Northeast Ohio where I attended Carrollton High School and played baseball, basketball, and football. At Ohio University I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences with a focus in Pre-Professional Studies. I then attended National University of Health Sciences in Chicago where I graduated with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in 2014. I was drawn to Chiropractic as a way to help people not only through relieving pain, but also by educating them on how to take control of their health to stay out of pain. After graduating from Chiropractic school I moved to Columbus, Ohio to be closer to family and friends. In Columbus I worked for two years at a multidisciplinary practice where I experienced treating a variety of conditions.
In my spare time I try to stay active with working out and playing a number of recreational sports. I also enjoy learning to cook new types of foods and learning to play my favorite songs on the guitar.
I look forward to working with you at Cincinnati Chiropractic to achieve your health goals.