Dr. Rauch Hamilton OhioAt our Hamilton practice, our purpose is to help as many people as possible live healthier lives through chiropractic care. We take pride in not only treating the symptom but also educating our patients to the cause of their problem. We also strive to be a light in our community for God and to have a Christ-like attitude and a servant’s heart to all we come into contact with.

Dr. Rauch and his wife Shelley, who is also a chiropractor, have been married since 2001 and have three children, Noah, Brannen and Ainsley. Dr. Rauch and his family are active in their church and enjoy all kinds of outdoor activity. Dr. Rauch gets adjusted two to three times per month and runs three to four days a week to keep healthy. All of his children received their first adjustment only hours after being born. (If that sounds interesting, be sure to ask Dr. Rauch to explain.)

Why Chiropractic?

“I was 13 years old, out for a joy ride with friends on an ATV that changed my life. I wrecked the ATV breaking my right leg. After my leg healed, and I could start putting weight on it again, I began to feel pain in my right hip. The orthopedic doctor told me the hip was still weak from non use however after the pain persisted we knew something else had to be wrong.”

“A friend of ours just started working for a chiropractor and told us we should have him take a look at it. The chiropractor examined my hip and found the problem: a joint in my hip was “locked”. The even better news, he was confident that he could help. He put me on a schedule of treatments that included adjustments and therapies and before I knew it I was feeling better without having to take a bunch of medication. I mentioned earlier that the accident changed my life, well after seeing first hand how chiropractic helps I knew I had found my calling.”

Dr. Rauch began his education at Southern Illinois University where he recieved his Bacholor of Science degree. He continued his education at Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis graduating in 2000. During his three and a half years at Logan, courses included biochemistry, a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology, x-ray, diagnosis and chiropractic adjustment techniques.