Meet The Chiropractor at NE Chiropractic Center

Dr. Adam Osenga

Dr. O graduated with an Economic Degree from The Ohio State University before attending Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr.O graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors in 2008. While at Palmer he interned in the Rehabilitation and Radiology Departments. He was also an instructor for the International Academy of Advanced Chiropractic Orthopedics. Dr. O is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. With this training, he is able to not only treat injuries on the sidelines at sporting events, but also improve sports performance and rehabilitate injuries. He is also a certified Webster Technique provider which aides in the correction of pelvic dysfunctions in expecting mothers.

Dr Adam belongs to the American Chiropractic Association, Ohio State Chiropractic Association, and Indiana State Chiropractic Association.

He and his wife, Amanda, have four daughters. Dr Adam enjoys the outdoors, athletics and being with his family.

I have always adjusted my wife since becoming a Chiropractor. The adjustments became more frequent when we were starting a family not just because of the aches and pains associated with being pregnant but to allow her nervous system to communicate effectively while developing and nurturing a child. My wife finds that Chiropractic care helps with her aches and pain before and after delivering.

I have treated my three girls since they were minutes old. Delivery, whether vaginal or C-section, can be very rough on the baby’s delicate spine. If the infant suffers from an upper neck subluxation (spinal misalignment), his/her development may be slowed. My oldest daughter, Cassie, even wants to check my neck because she watches me adjust mommy, Kate and Amelia. It is amazing to see my children flourish because their body’s nervous system can control itself without pressure on the nerves.

Natural healing takes time much like everything in nature. You can’t plant a seed and come back the next day and expect a tree to have grown. Not only does it take time but also takes a commitment to being wanting to get well.