Pete Haggenjos, DC
Pete is pictured with his wife, Dina, twin daughters Viviana and Josephine, and dog Boomer. He explains his passion for health and chiropractic:
I decided to become a chiropractor because of a personal experience when in high school. While playing basketball, I injured my back and hip on a drive to the basket. My father took me to see his chiropractor and I was amazed for two reasons. First, I was so pleased to get relief and return to the basketball court. Second, I was impressed how happy this chiropractor seemed to be while helping all his clients. He really enjoyed his work.
As I received chiropractic care for my basketball injuries, I began to see other improvements in my life as well. Things that I considered normal¹, like frequent headaches and asthma, improved as my body started functioning better. This experience inspired me to learn the principles of health and healing to help others live life with greater vitality. I am pleased to report all these years later that I too love my job. I love helping people improve their health, be their best, and thrive!
In my time away from the office, I enjoy relaxing with my family and friends. I am a Reds and Bengals fan. I enjoy Crossfit training and competitions, yoga and running.
My passion is to help people heal naturally, from within. The most satisfying aspect of practicing chiropractic is seeing people¹s lives improve in so many ways. Call or email to let me know how I can help you!
Denison University, B.A. in Sociology/Anthropology, 2001
Cross Country Captain, Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field
Life University, Doctor of Chiropractic, 2007
Webster Technique - International Chiropractic Pediatric Association