The Highland County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cuttin cermony for True Life Chiropractic, located at 599 Harry Sauner Road, Suite C, Hillsboro,which says its mission to restore community members’ health through specific, neurologically-based chiropractic care.
“We are committed to helping individuals and family members live free from the fear of sickness and disease by working with the God-given healing power that comes from the inside-out,” news release said. “We are a family-based chiropractic office aimed at providing natural healing for you and your children. Drs. Ashley Mohr and Austin Trueblood both specialize in pediatric and prenatal chiropractic care. We want our children to have the best start to life. Chiropractic has been shown to significantly help not only to relieve pain and irritation in small children and infants, but to help the nervous system flourish and grow.”
Trueblood grew up near the Hillsboro area in Sardinia and went to Whiteoak High School. He was a very active member in the Highland County 4-H program while raising and showing beef cattle. He received his first adjustment while he was in high school and it had a profound impact on not only his health, but life’s purpose. The education that Trueblood received from that chiropractor highlighted the body’s ability to heal itself naturally, provided the proper conditions, by having a properly functioning nervous system. This natural approach to health care, backed up with the health benefits and improved performance he experienced, led Trueblood to Davenport, Iowa to pursue his doctorate in chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic.
While in Davenport, Trueblood met Mohr and together they moved to Michigan and helped grow two amazing family-based chiropractic clinics.
Trueblood is honored to have the opportunity to serve his hometown community, children and adults alike, with state-of-the-art chiropractic care.
Mohr grew up in a small town in Lake View, Iowa. She was a participant in many events and sports in school. She received many adjustments throughout her life and many during her high school career of sporting events. She had already started a lifestyle which involved receiving chiropractic care at a young age. She has experienced the life-changing effects of chiropractic care since she was a young girl. She went on to discover more of the effects of chiropractic care by attending Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.
Mohr specializes in pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic care. She has earned an extra certification in Webster’s technique and is working toward the completion of an advanced certification care from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA). She loves what she does and feels honored to share services and knowledge with the individuals and families in the Hillsboro and surrounding communities.
She is excited to call Ohio her new home and bring hope to the masses in the Hillsboro area through specific, scientific chiropractic care.
Submitted by Lauren Hamilton, The Highland County Chamber of Commerce.
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