Kevin Sarich, Chiropractor (Pediatric)

Kevin Sarich


3969 Trueman Blvd Hilliard OH, 43026


Dr. Kevin Sarich is a Chiropractor practicing in Hilliard, OH. Dr. Sarich specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Sarich seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine.

We are committed to finding the root cause of your pain by providing researched-based spinal and postural rehabilitation. We’re the only certified corrective care chiropractor in central Ohio by Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP®) CBP® is the most researched, advanced, results-oriented and effective chiropractic technique, and stands at the leading edge of chiropractic advancements.

Chiropractors in Hilliard, Ohio that specialize in cutting edge Chiropractic care. We address the cause of your pain, not just the symptom. We are a holistic wellness clinic providing: Corrective Care Chiropractic, Functional Medicine, Custom Nutrition/Detox and Fitness Programs.

We offer complimentary consultations for the whole family, from babies up to adults (including during pregnancy) Our Hilliard doctors and team are specialized and/or hold advanced certifications in: Structural Corrective Care Chiropractic, Functional Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, Myofascial Release Pediatric & Pregnancy Sports Injury Auto Accidents Natural Healthcare

Education and Training

Life University DC 2014

Excelsior College Bachelor of Science: Biology 2013

Board Certification

American Clinical Board of Nutrition

Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner by Functional Medicine University

CBP Basic Certified by Chiropractic Biophysics

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  • TMJ Chiropractor Columbus, OH

    TMJ Chiropractor Columbus OHAre you looking for a chiropractor around the Columbus, Ohio area that has a specialized focus on TMJ disorders and pain relief? Do you suffer from TMJ pain? Do you have a hard time chewing your food or opening your mouth wide to yawn and stretch?We are proud to say our...

  • What is the clicking thing chiropractors use?

    The clicking thing most chiropractors use is something called an Activator. It's a chiropractic instrument used by some chiropractors to help their patients. I recommend it for elderly and small children/babies. It's a very gentle way of helping a patient with their problems. READ MORE

  • Is it normal to be sore after the chiropractor?

    It is completely normal to be sore after the chiropractic adjustment, especially for your first few weeks of care. Remember, a chiropractor is changing your spinal alignment and posture. This is new change for your body. Just like a new exercise regimen, which can make you sore at first. The chiropractic adjustment and prescribed rehab exercises can create soreness too. Don't worry, the soreness will pass with time as your body gets acclimated. Drink plenty of water, and feel free to ice any sore spot after the visit, 20 minutes on, 30 minutes off. You can repeat this 3 times. READ MORE

  • How long after a chiropractic adjustment do you feel better?

    This really depends on your specific condition and health of your spine. I will say that the majority of back and neck problems don't happen because of a single event, it's a process that created it. It will be a process to fix someone's spine and get them feeling back to 100%. I've seen people feel 100% better after one adjustment and one after forty. It's a case by case basis. READ MORE

  • Is ice good after chiropractic adjustment?

    Yes! Using ice after your first adjustment is always recommend. I would apply the ice to any sore spot, 20 minutes on and 30 minutes off. Not everyone, but some people will experience soreness as you break up scare tissue and mobilize spinal segments that have been fixated in the wrong position for awhile. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Lower Back PainNeck PainSciaticaDisc Bulges and HerniationsDegenerative Disc DiseaseTMJ DysfunctionSI Joint DysfunctionUpper Body Extremity Health (Shoulders, elbows, hands)Lower Body Extremity Health (Hips, knees, feet)

Kevin Sarich's Practice location

3969 Trueman Blvd -
Hilliard, OH 43026
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