Hello! My name is Dr. Abbey Crouse. I'm a chiropractor and my passion is to care for women, especially during the motherhood transition, their babies, and families. I've dedicated my career to focusing on natural, holistic healthcare with extensive training in women’s health and pediatric care. I'm certified in the Webster Technique by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and a BirthFit Professional. I'm also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP®) specializing in concussion and is on the Ohio Concussion Registry. Additional training programs and specialty techniques she has completed include advanced nutrition, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stimulation (DNS), functional rehabilitation therapy (FMS/SFMA), and RockTape/kinesiology taping, and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) healthcare professional training. To meet the needs of each patient and provide exceptional chiropractic care, I utilize a variety of techniques and instruments. Techniques she uses includes Diversified, Impulse iQ® instrument adjusting, Thompson drop techniques, Applied Kinesiology, cranial therapy, extremity adjusting and mobilization, soft tissue techniques (including active release techniques, trigger point therapy, Graston/instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM)), Flexion-distraction, Cranial therapy, Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT), and Toggle/Upper Cervical techniques. My goal is to help women and their families feel and function their best!
Bachelor of Science in Bological Engineering, The Ohio State University (2008)
Doctorate of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic (2012)
International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA)
International Cesarean Awareness Network (ICAN)
Chiropractic adjustments utilize a high-velocity, low-amplitude impulse to restricted joints. The adjustment stimulates the nervous system to relax the surrounding muscles, reduce pain, and restore motion. Synovial fluid is released and can re-lubricate the joint surfaces to restore normal range of motion. Motion Palpation is used to evaluate the motion in joints as they are brought through movements in order to identify restriction and dysfunction.