Columbus Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center
Welcome to the Columbus Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center. Our mission is to provide high quality, patient-centered care to the Columbus community. We believe that health is a way of life. Our goals are to empower patients to surpass what they thought was possible and achieve their movement goals.
At the Columbus Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center, we take an evidence-based, functional approach to musculoskeletal problems. We specialize in chiropractic care along with physical therapy and manual therapy. We do so in order to eliminate pain, but also to address the source of pain to prevent reccurrence.
So come in and see what Columbus Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center can do for you!
Supplying high quality care requires identification of not only the source of the pain, but the dysfunction that has resulted in the pain. If the primary dysfunction is not addressed, the problem is destined to return. A thorough, detailed examination is required because the dysfunction, or root cause of the problem, is often not where the pain is. As an example, many lower back problems result from foot dysfunction and many hand/wrist problems result from shoulder or neck dysfunction. It is our passion to identify the cause of our patient’s problem so that we can get them out of pain and restore them to full, healthy activity as quickly as possible.
Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Benjamin Kraft
Dr. Benjamin Kraft has been at CCRC since 2013. He is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College in upstate New York. He is a certified DNS practitioner and certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). He specializes in functional assessment, manual therapy,
strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation as they relate to everyone ranging from the elite athlete to the weekend warrior to the casual jogger. He focuses on using chiropractic care blended with physical therapy and manual therapy techniques. Prior to attending Chiropractic college, Dr. Kraft graduated from the University of Toledo where he majored in Biology.
Dr. Kraft and his wife Allison as well as their three children proudly call Columbus home. When he is out of the office, Dr. Kraft enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, and watching sports. He and his wife also run a nonprofit organization to help families that have lost a child.
Dr. Bradley Muse
Raised in Delaware, Ohio by Doug and Jeanette Muse, Dr. Muse has taken a less-beaten path to being a Chiropractic Physician. Initially having the intent to attend school for a degree in Photojournalism, after suffering a broken leg playing soccer Dr. Muse decided to pursue education in Sports Medicine. He soon found himself in Westerville working towards a degree in Athletic Training at Otterbein University. After obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree in 2011, Dr. Muse made the move to Dayton to act as a Graduate Assistant for the Wright State University Athletics Department for two years until graduating with a Master’s Degree in 2013. Upon graduating, Dr. Muse became a full time Athletic Trainer for the Raiders. It was over the seven years he spent as a Division 1 Athletic Trainer that his interest and drive in learning more about the human body and function grew substantially.
Dr. Jordan Meyer
Dr. Jordan Meyer is a chiropractor focusing on using myofascial therapy and rehab exercise in addition to chiropractic care. He enjoys incorporating the latest scientific research in his practice style to better serve his patients and improve their functional movement. His goals are to empower his patients to live pain free and move well. His educational background includes earning a bachelors in biology from Wright State University and a doctorate of chiropractic degree from Logan University. Some of his certifications include McKenzie Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). His additional education has allowed him to learn from some of the brightest minds in conservative healthcare, and further advances his ability to help people perform at their best.
Dr. Meyer lives an active lifestyle with running, strength training, traveling, and photography. He loves reading expanding his knowledge in topics such as travel, nutrition, finance, and economics. One of his biggest goals is to visit all 63 of the National Parks in the US.
Dr. Richard Ulm
Dr. Ulm has been with CCRC since the beginning. Wanting to offer the best possible, most progressive care to the Columbus community, after graduating from National University of Health Sciences in 2011, he opened up Columbus Chiropractic & Rehabilitation Center. Dr. Ulm has a long history with athletics and strength & conditioning, which has profoundly influenced his clinical approach. Trained by Jud Logan (4x Olympian and world-famous track coach), he won two NCAA Division II National Championships in college and competed on the US national level for 5 years. The pinnacle of his career was competing at the 2004 Olympic Trials in Sacramento, CA. In addition to being an athlete himself, he was also a strength coach at the collegiate and post-collegiate levels. His over 15 year career in sports is what shaped his functional approach to treating patients. It made him realize that the best care utilizes a variety of treatment techniques, not just joint manipulation. To this end, he is an avid consumer of information, always looking for the best therapies to utilize with his patients. Dr. Ulm is a certified provider by the Motion Palpation Institute (MPI), for whom he also teaches.