Daniel B. Leonard, DC

Dr. Leonard was born in Canfield, Ohio.   Upon graduation from high school, Dr. Leonard attended Miami University where he received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and exercise science. During his four years at Miami, he was fortunate to be a part of the varsity baseball team and was selected by his team to be Captain his senior year.

Dr. Leonard went on to attend Logan College of Chiropractic where he focused his studies on biomechanics, anatomy, rehabilitation, and manual medicine. This approach has enabled Dr. Leonard to continue to refine his knowledge and skills in the functional rehabilitation world. He is very active in continuing education and is always reading current literature and books to expand his knowledge.

He currently lives in Downtown Columbus with his wife, Hannah and their English bulldog Thor.  When not in the office, Dr. Leonard enjoys being outside fishing, hunting, or working out.

Dr. Leonard has studied extensively in the areas of sports medicine and rehabilitation.  A few of the groups Dr. Leonard has partnered with and spent time learning from include:

Rehabilitation Prague School

Motion Palpation Institute

The McKenzie Institute

Science Based Nutrition

American Sports Medicine Institute


Kevin Brown, DPT

Kevin is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. As a former Division 1 athlete, Kevin’s passion for fitness and movement has shaped career. He is devoted to helping people become fit and reach their health goals. Combing his knowledge of injuries and performance he is able to work with patients to create a sustainable and safe fitness program.






Dylan Seeley, DC

Dr. Seeley is from the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C. He attend Wheeling Jesuit University where he completed a degree in athletic training while also playing for the highly-ranked Cardinals rugby team. He later went on to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic and continued his rugby career there. His focus in the clinic is rehabilitation and strength and conditioning.  His training includes The Prague School of Rehabilitation, The McKenzie Institute, and various others. His strength and conditioning resume includes working with a wide range of athletes such as those you see on tv and those who are still learning how to double-knot their shoelaces. When he isn’t in the clinic you can find him working on the farm, reading books, and playing with his English Bulldog, Sammy..