Dr. Jeremy Warden
Functional Medicine Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)
While searching for a complete education that represented the holistic approach to healthcare that I grew up receiving, I attended Parker Chiropractic College, Palmer Chiropractic College, and Sherman College of Chiropractic. In 2002, I began my post graduate career by serving under and being mentored by Dr. Jack Armstrong at WholeCare in Blue Ash, Ohio who is an expert in the integration of holistic philosophies and techniques. This training ended up being the spring board that led me to further studies in Acupuncture while practicing in Scottsdale, Arizona. In 2008 I began studying Acupuncture under Dr. John Amaro and finished my Diplomate in Medical Acupuncture in 2016. I have been in private practice now for 15 years and am currently licensed in Indiana and Ohio for both Chiropractic and Acupuncture.
Through providence and patience, I joined Dr. Morris and Good Medicine as the next step in my journey to bring full spectrum wellness to my patients. Functional Medicine is a vehicle that provides an additional diagnostic and therapeutic venue to accomplish that purpose. The complete and refreshing goal of Nathan Morris, in his creation of Good Medicine, is directly in line with the kind of care I want to provide for my patients. The fellowship we share at Good Medicine is a fantastic synergy with a great team of caregivers who are purposed to not only improve, but radically transform lives through healing. Functioning as co-workers in our patients journey of healing, we share that common knowledge… THIS creates powerful wellness!
I use to have hobbies to fill my time… most of which involved being in the mountain’s of Colorado. Now, I have my time filled to the fullest with a beautiful and brilliant wife Lexi and 5 outstanding children (Tyler, Aidan, Makenna, Noah and Zoe). Altogether, they complete my joy.