Carol Grimm, Chiropractic Assistant, Office Coordinator

Why do I like to work for WOW?

I came to WOW as a patient many years ago. At that time, I was the girl crying in the waiting room, in great neck pain and unable to turn my neck.

Needless to say, at WOW, I received great care, was given tools for the future to help with my neck pain, and was welcomed into the wonderful world of Chiropractic Care.

Having stayed home with my children for essentially 19 years, when it was time to return to the workforce, guess where I wanted to work?

At WOW, we help people just like me get back to living their lives pain-free and encourage a lifestyle of health and wellness. What could be better than that?


Kevin-Keiser-Wellness-Coordinator Kevin Keiser, Wellness Coordinator

Kevin helps patients achieve optimal results with our Nutritional/Cleansing program.

His experience, gained over the last five years, enables him to counsel patients on ingredients, best procedures, and scheduling for speedy results.

He is available to provide guidance and answer questions as patients move toward weight loss, increased energy, and greater clarity.






Lisa Panzone, Insurance Coordinator

There are many reasons why I like working for WOW.

The one that stands out the most is that we get to help patients reach their full potential which makes me feel like our office and that I make a difference!

There are not many professions that take into consideration mind and spirit as well as body which I feel is also important.

It is also a bonus to get to meet so many great people and work with the best coworkers ever!



Carol, “CC” Logan: (Chiropractic Assistant)

My love of exercise and chiropractic led me to my Chiropractic Assistant position at Worthington Optimal Wellness.

We have a fun crazy time with our patients and co-workers every day.

Being able to offer so much more than the typical medical office, we can provide complete wellness which gives all of us great job satisfaction.

Being a dog lover, the icing on the cake is when patients bring their dogs too!