Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN


February 7, 2014

Domenick joins Health Centered Spine and Wellness

GREENSBURG - Health Centered Spine and Wellness welcomes Dr. Jason Domenick to its growing Greensburg facility.

With the addition of Dr. Domenick, the office is now open for business Monday through Friday with expanded evening hours.

Dr. Domenick is a licensed chiropractor who graduated from National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). His alma mater is found in the greater Chicago area and is one of the premier schools for aspiring chiropractors as well as other health practitioners such as naturopathic physicians, acupuncturists, biomedical scientists, massage therapists, and practitioners of Oriental medicine. While attending NUHS, Dr. Domenick worked as the microbiology fellow and enjoyed serving both the underprivileged in downtown Chicago and the diverse population of Chicago’s west suburbs. He also had special interest in acupuncture and nutritional therapies and sought post-graduate training in both. He is currently certified to practice chiropractic and acupuncture in Ohio and Indiana.

As an elite athlete in his teenage years he had the opportunity to be coached by and play for some of the best clubs and coaches in soccer. He’s played for the likes of East-West Busch soccer club (sponsored by Anheuser-Busch, Pan-Am, and Greyhound) which did get to represent the USA during the Olympic boycott years and was coached by Bora Milutinovic (USA national coach).

Dr. Domenick feels growing up in the ethnically diverse northeastern Ohio area was a blessing for his soccer development. He played with and against USA national team players and later coached by their side. Dr. Domenick continues to maintain a coaching affiliation with the Olympic Development Program in the United States. His professional league play includes the following; USISL, CISL, and training with the Columbus Crew of the MLS.

After leaving Chicago (or “Chi-town” as he calls it), Dr. Domenick moved to his place of birth in the greater Pittsburgh, Penn. area to spend time with his extended family and to start practicing in his field. He later moved slightly west, just across the Ohio border, to the town he had spent most of his youth (Austintown). After practicing in Austintown for some time, Dr. Domenick was drawn back to the Indianapolis area where he’d earned his bachelor’s degree in biology and played NCAA Division 1 soccer for Butler University.

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