Dr. drBennett.jpgBennett is a native of Northeast Ohio. He attended Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio and later the National College of Chiropractic outside of Chicago, Illinois. While attending Baldwin-Wallace College Dr. Bennett was a varsity athlete in wrestling and cross-country. He also water-skied professionally for Sea World where he was first introduced to chiropractic care. Dr. Bennett received a Bachelors of Science degree in human biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the National College of Chiropractic where he graduated in the top of his class with Summa Cum Laude Honors in 1999. He has also holds several advanced certifications including Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Since graduation in 1999 Dr. Bennett has obtained Diplomate status through the American Academy of Pain Management (DAAPM) and Fellow status through the American Board of Disability Analysts (FABDA). He is also a Certified Independent Chiropractic Examiner certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (CICE). Additional certifications include Electrodiagnosis which allows Dr. Bennett to perform needle EMG/NCV tests for neuromuscular injuries and certification in Manipulation Under Anesthesia for chronic neck, low back and extremity injuries which he performs at Lutheran Hospital. Dr. Bennett is still an avid athlete and continues to enjoy water-skiing at a competitive level, golfing, running, weight lifting and coaching wrestling, just to name a few.
'I am privileged daily to help people who present to my office with complex injuries and ailments that no one else has been able to alleviate. Chiropractic care is what enabled me to continue to water ski at a professional level after sustaining injury to my hip and back. When my staff and I help patients get relief from their pain and suffering and allow them to return to the activities they enjoy, there is no better feeling in the world. The phone call that patients make to my office is often the difference between a full and complete recovery or a lifetime of pain. That is why I became a doctor.'