Dr. Nicholas P. Bigrigg, D.C.
Dr. Nick Bigrigg was born and raised in Northeast Ohio, along the shores of Lake Erie. He graduated from Amherst Steele in 2001 with an honors diploma. While attending Steele, Dr. Nick excelled in football and track and field, where he led the Comets to two conference championships in football and as a senior, placed second at Ohio High School State Track and Field meet in pole vault.
Dr. Nick completed his bachelor's degree at Kent State University where he also played varsity football from 2001-2005. He earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic. Post graduation, he has undergone extensive training in structural (postural) analysis at the CBP training facility, Ideal Spine Health Center in Boise, Idaho. Dr. Nick has also pursued additional training in advanced soft tissue (muscular) treatments and pediatrics.
While competing in professional indoor football leagues during his undergraduate, Dr. Nick suffered an incapacitating injury to his low back. He was told that in order to sustain a reasonable quality of life, the injury would require surgery and that he would no longer be able to be an athlete. It was then that Dr. Nick sought a second opinion with a chiropractor who addressed the structure of his low back. Through that treatment, Dr. Nick was able to avoid surgery, maintain a high quality of life, and even returned to the field for one more season. During his treatment, Dr. Nick noticed other improvements in his overall health, which then led him to explore the full benefits of chiropractic care. It was this experience and the desire to share it with others that led Dr. Nick to pursue a career in chiropractic care.