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1930 Pearl Rd. #2 Brunswick, OH 44212
330-220-2001
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Daniela Cambouris
Office Manager

Daniela grew up in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Her primary language is Portuguese. She has been married to Dr. Cambouris for over 12 years and they have 2 beautiful kids. Daniela has managed the Chiropractic Spine Center for 10 years. She is a very energetic person and enjoys working behind the office scene and creating solutions. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Dietetics and is currently pursuing her RD License. Her hobbies include horticulture, travel, cooking and listening to great authors.

“I love chiropractic because natural healing and alternative care is an intelligent way to gift your body. Chiropractic is an essential part of that. My favorite part about our office is the great results we get with our patients.”


Carrie Doedderlein

Chiropractic Assistant/ Accounts Assistant

Carrie grew up in Berea, OH and has been married for over 10 years and has two children - a girl and a boy, and a cat named Chloe. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, boating, and reading.

One of Carrie’s favorite things about the office is the warm and friendly atmosphere. She loves chiropractic because she loves to watch people transform without the use of medicine!


Taylor Danner
Chiropractic Assistant

Taylor grew up in Medina, OH. She has two older brothers, Travis and Tyler and lives with her mom and dad. She also has three dogs and one cat. Taylor is currently working towards a degree in Medical Assisting.  Her hobbies include riding her quad, fishing and hanging out with friends.

Taylor enjoys helping people, and knowing that they are feeling much better than they were before they came into the office. Her favorite thing about the office is working with the patients and seeing them achieve results without having to take medicine!


Emily Deaton
Chiropractic Assistant and Community Outreach Coordinator

Emily grew up in Graham, Washington and moved to Ohio in 2010 to attend Baldwin Wallace University. She graduated in December of 2014 with a degree in History and minors in Integrated Social Studies and International Studies. Her hobbies include traveling, reading, and being outdoors.

Emily’s favorite thing about chiropractic is that it is a natural and holistic way to treat the body. She also loves the caring atmosphere of the office and the dedication of Dr. Cambouris to his practice and patients. 



Ivy Power
Chiropractic Assistant

Ivy grew up in Medina and lives with her mom, step-dad, brother and dog. She enjoys listening to music, creating art, and reading. Ivy also volunteers at the local library.

Ivy loves the friendliness of the office staff and the patients who come into the office. “Seeing the progress of the patients who come in is amazing and hearing them talk about their recovery gives you a nice feeling.”

 


Randy Moore

Holistic Health Coach

Hometown: Columbus, NE

Family life: Two daughters, one adopted daughter, five grandkids, and a dog!

Why you love chiropractic: Chiropractic goes perfectly with good eating. We need to get the whole body in balance. Even when I feel good it is better after an adjustment.

Favorite thing about your office: It is comfortable place to sit with clients. We have a scale that gives us really good information that we use to fine tune our diet plans.

Hobbies: Anything outdoors! Snowboarding, gardening, hikes with the dog, etc.

Randy Moore is a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner, certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Randy has attended the Global College of Natural Medicine and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, the latter being the largest nutritional school in the world.

Randy has been studying food and nutrition for most of his life. He has studied over 100 different diets. This is helpful since everyone is unique. What works for one may not work for others. Randy’s goal is to teach you how to listen to your body’s many cries for help.

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