Dr. Matthew Mancuso

Dr. Matthew Mancuso was called to be a chiropractor as the culmination of an adventure in healing, going through extended bouts of illness from birth to the age of 20, “collecting” diagnoses like other children collected baseball cards – from asthma, allergies, migraines, and ulcers as well as depression, anxiety, and anorexia.

By the time Matthew was in university studying Biology (Pre-Med) and Psychology, he had exhausted every option and ‘alternative’ available to him — medicine, psychiatry, Chinese medicine, Reiki, nutrition, applied kinesiology, and more. It wasn’t until he saw a chiropractor that his health drastically improved and the course of his life changed.

His diverse set of previous professional experiences – including working for public television, serving as a drug rehab counselor for adolescents, and reading tarot cards in nightclubs – gives Matthew a unique set of perspectives on what it is to be human and the living value of health.

After completing his undergraduate education at the University of South Florida, Matthew moved to San Francisco, California for his chiropractic degree at LCCW in 2005. He has practiced in the Republic of Ireland, California, Washington state, and now in Columbus, Ohio since 2012 where he lives with his amazing wife Carrie and their tiny dog Daisy.

In addition to serving at his Worthington practice, Matthew is honored to serve as one of the teaching staff of NetworkSpinal – the advanced neurostructural form of chiropractic he practices – and to travel the world supporting other chiropractors and chiropractic students.