Dr. Jennifer Minnich, D.C.
I grew up in Wapakoneta, Ohio as the oldest of five children. Caring for my younger siblings gave me a huge heart for serving children. After I graduated with a B.S. in Biology from Ohio Northern University, I went on to pursue my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. While at school, I was highly involved with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, where I learned how to care for children and pregnant mothers and even helped to proctor the conference sessions. Through these seminars my passion for serving pregnant moms and little kiddos grew and I earned my Webster certification.
While I love serving each person who comes through the front door, there is a special place in my soul for pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic. My hope is to give each mom-to-be the chance to have the best pregnancy and delivery possible and for every child to have the opportunity to live life to 100% of their God-given potential.
I love being a part of improving and advancing our profession. I have published a chiropractic research paper, writing a case study on the benefits of Chiropractic care in relation to Cerebral Palsy. In addition, I have been a speaker for seminars for the Ohio State Chiropractic board on Pediatric and Pregnancy care.
I am so looking forward to meeting you and your entire family to help you find out how Principled Chiropractic Care can improve your quality of life.
Dr. Joseph Minnich, D.C.
I grew up in Maryland, and as a youngster, I was very active in sports and other activities. At the age of 14, I woke up one morning unable to get out of bed. I called to my dad and told him that my back hurt too badly to move. The next stop was the Chiropractor’s office. After only two adjustments, I returned to the baseball field and was able to play in my championship game two weeks later. It was an adjustment I would never forget.
Later, I attained a B.S. degree in Chemistry from East Carolina University before earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University. While in Marietta, I published a case study on how Chiropractic care helped women with infertility. Best of all, I met the love of my life (Dr. Jen).
I have a passion for serving the greater Cincinnati area and helping people avoid dangerous drugs and surgeries. We love attending and volunteering at Rivers Crossing Community Church and in my spare time I’m a referee for local youth soccer leagues.