Will Cornett, D.C.

Chiropractor

Mt. Lookout and Sports Injury Center

455 Delta Ave Ste 1, Cincinnati, OH, 45226, United States


 

  • Academic Backround

•Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College
•B.S. in Biology from St. John Fisher College

Specialties & Certifications

•ART Full Body Certified
•Chiropractic Manipulations
•Fascial Movement taping levels 1 and 2 (FMT)
•RockTape
•Certification in Sport Science and Human Performance from New York Chiropractic College
•Advanced Training in Full Spine and Extremities Adjusting from the Motion Palpation Institute (MPI)
•Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

Athletic & Training Background

Prior to attending chiropractic college, Dr. Cornett was a competitive athlete winning a high school basketball New York State championship in 2006 where he was named New York State co-player of the year. He also played soccer, baseball, and ran cross country in high school. He then went onto becoming a four year starter for the Mens Basketball team at St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY where he participated in the 2010 DIII NCAA tournament. To maintain his competitiveness, Dr. Cornett continues to train intensively with Olympic lifting and CrossFit. This fitness regimen has inspired and enhanced his approach to exercise, nutrition and overall health.

Current Role Working with Athletes

I treat several conditions ranging from shoulder issues to low back pain. I workout regularly so I am able to see what workouts my patients are doing and in what ways they are injuring themselves. I use this information to assess, treat, and them prescribe rehab for the athletes to initially get out of pain, and then stay out of pain.

Professional Philosophy

My mission is to provide quality patient centered care, so that those I treats may achieve optimal health and function. I use a full body approach to treatments and I look at the body as a complete functioning unit rather than just single parts to a system. This approach allows me to correct dysfunctional movements that a patient doesn’t even know they have.