Bryan Fall, DC

Dr. Bryan Fall grew up in a family of six in small town Arkansas.  Through the use of chiropractic Dr. Fall saw family members have recoveries from illness, childhood asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, and many athletic injuries.  Dr. Fall himself regular care from infancy on through his involvement with martial arts (click here to see what chiropractic can do for athletes). More importantly Dr. Fall grew up in a family that received regular chiropractic care for optimal health and wellness. Four kids would line up on the floor along with their parents as they received wellness chiropractic care from Dr. Tom Taylor of White River Chiropractic in Batesville, Arkansas.


Why does Dr. Fall adjust his wife and 3 kids weekly? Weekly chiropractic checks keep brain/body life channels open by adjusting subluxations that block off nerve supply. This releases nerve impulses that provide energy to move and metabolism to heal. See research here showing how regular chiropractic checks help whole-body health by normalizing the nerve system and compensate for modern stresses (modern postures, nutrient imbalances, and modern stress levels) .


Dr. Fall worked through school in Los Angeles area as an American Council on Exercise certified personal trainer. While studying biochemistry at California State University, Dr. Fall was greatly influenced by a chiropractic educator to study chiropractic.  After four years of undergraduate study, Dr. Fall studied for four years at Southern California University of Health Sciences.  After completing his studies, Dr. Fall interned at the Northridge Kinesiology Department.


Since graduating, Dr. Fall has worked with some of the leading experts in his field in Northern California and Columbus, Ohio.  Dr. Fall credits much to what he learned under these wonderful mentors. Dr. Fall also persists in this learning process with annual continuing education and health research in diet, exercise, and spinal care and adjustment.

Dr. Fall lives in the Cambridge area with his wife, Stephanie and three kids. He enjoys exercise, the outdoors, and above all family. At least once a week, Stephanie and their three children can be seen at his office getting their wellness care adjustments to be the brightest "light bulbs" they can be.

Dr. Fall's better half, Stephanie.

Three busy kids ages 3, 5, and 2 at time of picture.

Call now 740-432-7600
1936 E. Wheeling St., Cambridge, OH

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