Dr. Orr decided to choose chiropractic as his profession because he has seen and experienced how chiropractic can improve the quality of life naturally and effectively. Dr. Orr invests the time to talk with each of his patients before providing any treatment. He is a firm believer in educating his patients on injury prevention, as well as, choosing appropriate exercises to gain further progress with their treatment.
Dr. Orr lives in Stow, Ohio with his wife and his 3 children. He is the owner and founder of Stow Chiropractic Health Center, where he practices. His clinic is a small family practice that puts priority on patient care. His interests and hobbies outside of practice include spending time with his family, reading, rock climbing, and hiking.
"I consider myself very fortunate to have the opportunity to work in a profession that helps people naturally to get well. Every day presents a new challenge to learn and grow, as well as, an opportunity to help many people."
Dr. Orr attended Youngstown State University where he received his bachelor's degree in biology, as well as, his master's degree in biology. While pursuing his master's degree, he taught at Youngstown State University for 2 yrs (courses included fermentation, microbiology, and anatomy). Dr. Orr attended Logan College of Chiropractic (in Missouri) where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree (D.C.).
Doctor Orr received his doctorate degree in chiropractic (D.C.) from Logan College of Chiropractic in Missouri. He is also certified in a technique called FAKTR (functional and kinetic treatment with rehabilitation), which is a technique using a metal instrument to reduce muscle pain and increase movement.
The techniques used at Dr. Orr's clinic (Stow Chiropractic Health Center) include chiropractic adjustments (including Activator, which is a gentle adjusting style), FAKTR, dry needling, traction (used for disc bulges and pain down the legs and arms), tailored exercises, e-stim therapy, ultrasound therapy, and strap taping (a technique used to apply a specialized tape to support muscles and joints).