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Cincinnati Chiropractor Dr. Matthew Haumesser

Dr. Matthew Haumesser, Cincinnati Chiropractor

Dr. Matthew Haumesser

“Chiropractors are Quacks!” I say.

When I was a child, I began getting intense headaches everyday. I would take 4-6 maximum strength painkillers 5-6 times a day. That’s 20-36 tablets a day! My father, under chiropractic care for his low back, told me that I had to either go see a chiropractor or a neurosurgeon. I chose the traditional medical community because I felt like chiropractors where “quacks.” The neurosurgeon diagnosed me with “migraines” and gave me some medicine. I took the medicine religiously for over a month. It did not work.

Finally with a lot of pressure from my father, I decided to try chiropractic care. I went to the chiropractor that my dad was seeing. He later told me that the medicine the neurosurgeon gave me for my headaches had a side effect of “causing headaches.” I saw my chiropractor regularly and my headaches soon ceased. The whole time he was working with me he kept saying, “You are going to be a chiropractor.” I kept laughing it off. I wanted to be a pediatrician. In high school I became interested in wrestling and drug-free bodybuilding. Focusing on my health and fitness helped me to appreciate the benefits of a natural drug-free method of healing. My doctor was right. I was going to become a chiropractor.

A Chiropractic Education

After declining a wrestling scholarship to the University of Toledo I attended the University of Cincinnati. I received a Bachelor of Science in health promotion and exercise and fitness in 1996. I proceeded to Logan College of Chiropractic, in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri. In 1998 I obtained a second bachelors of science in human biology. August of 2000 I earned my doctorate of chiropractic also from Logan College of Chiropractic. I have treated many individuals with many different health concerns and backgrounds from patients only 12 hours old to patients 103 years old. We have treated a variety of health concerns from migraines, to asthma, to allergies and many more. I believe in treating all my patients like they are members of my immediate family.

ChiroMission: Dominican Republic


Dr. Haumesser feels it is important in life to give back and serve humanity for the greater good! He travels with a group called Chiromission, to third world countries such as the Dominican Republic to promote chiropractic and adjust people where resources are so limited. Dr. Haumesser mentors two chiropractic students out in the field and they adjust 500-1000 people a day, often right in the streets, but also in schools and orphanages! Dr. Haumesser feels that stepping outside of his comfort zone was necessary for personal growth and has sparked a much greater appreciation for mankind and the gift of Chiropractic.

On a Personal Note…

Dr. Matthew Haumesser's son Nathan

My wife Brandy and I have a son named Nathan Michael and a little girl named Scarlett Rhae. We also have two four legged babies. Tyson is an intimidating but gentle Cane Corso (Italian Mastiff) and Rain, is a sweet but stubborn Dogue de Bordeaux (a French Mastiff – you know a Turner and Hooch dog). I have a few different chiropractors who adjust me. No one not even a chiropractor can adjust themselves. I get treated at least once a week and most times twice a week.

I am still very involved in body building and powerlifting. so I spend much of my free time at the gym. I work out four days a week, in Milford and in Blue Ash. I am a three time consecutive undefeated national power lifting champion (2004-2006), two time undefeated world power lifting champion (2004 and 2008), and International powerlifting champion (2008). On May 12, 2012 I became a professional Powerlifter, after winning the Ohio State Powerlifting Championships. At that meet I squatted 905 pounds, bench pressed 585 pounds and deadlifted 700 pounds. I have competed in many bodybuilding shows in the past, and placed well. I don’t take any medications; I feel we can do without most of them. I disagree with most vaccines and antibiotics, but we can talk about that more later.

Give Us a Call!

Enough about me! Thanks for visiting our site. I look forward to meeting you in person and learning how we may be of service to you. I consider myself an excellent listener and hope I get the opportunity to meet you in person and discuss your specific health challenge. Give Eastern Hills Chiropractic a call or email me with the link below to see how we can help you!

Eastern Hills Chiropractic | (513) 528-2200

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