Dr. David Norris has been working to help individuals reach optimum health and wellness throughout Ohio for over ten years. During that time he has provided temporary coverage work for transitioning and vacationing doctors at approximately 40 locations.
His business, Back in Line Chiropractic and Wellness, is the newest tenant at BB2C Epicenter. Dr. Norris is eager to serve folks in his hometown area by working with the latest health technologies.
Through his work with John Voorhies at the Small Business Development Center, he learned about the opportunities available at the Epicenter to launch his business. “The resources, space and staff at the Epicenter are exactly what I need as I start my business. I look forward to working with students from the various BB2C programs while I grow my business”, says Dr. Norris.
Dr. David Norris received his Bachelor of Science degree from Marshall University. He graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. He has completed studies through the University of Bridgeport and received his Master's of Science degree in Human Nutrition. He holds a certification as a Chiropractic Nutrition Specialist. Dr. Norris also is a Diplomate with the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. He has completed countless hours of continuing education specifically focusing on metabolic conditions such as Type II diabetes and Thyroid disorders.
He is most excited about his new practice in that it brings a new model of chiropractic care to the Mid-Ohio Valley by providing: 1) No Appointment Walk - Ins, 2) No Insurance Hassles - $0 Copays, and 3) Evenings and Weekend Hours, all provided by a qualified, caring professional. Introductory prices are $25 for a single visit, while on-going packages will be $69/month for up to 5 visits.
If you would like to learn more about Dr. Norris, you can contact him at (216) 659-0334 or email@example.com or check out his Facebook page Back In Line Chiropractic and Wellness. Join him for a free seminar “Diet and Inflammation” on August 2 from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Epicenter at 107 Lancaster Street, Harmar Village.