Dr. Ronald J. Farabaugh
Dr. Farabaugh graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic and became licensed to practice in Ohio in 1982 He is married to Connie with 2 children, Alex and Ashton. He resides and serves the Westerville and North Columbus area and is involved in his community and church. He helped start a free chiropractic clinic in the Vineyard Community Center in order to serve the poor and needy. He has received numerous awards over the years and has been appointed by two separate Governors in Ohio to serve in the Work Comp area and on the Chiropractic State Board. He is also heavily involved in DC education and involved in his local, state, and national associations. He teaches all over the country on the topics of evidence-based chiropractic care. He founded the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office in 1985, and has been serving the north side of Columbus/Westerville ever since, over 30 years.
Dr. Brett C. Stefan
Dr. Stefan was born in the beautiful mountains of Cumberland, Maryland, where he spent the first few years of his life. From there, his family moved to Columbia, South Carolina until he was 12 and finally, settled in Massillon, OH. As a year round athlete competing in football, basketball and baseball, enduring minor musculoskeletal issues and recovering from training, practice and games were essential. Somewhere in the middle of sprained ankles and low back pain, a good friend’s father was a chiropractor and offered his help. The rapid progress and lasting benefits were so significant that Brett knew from then on that he would be committed to making chiropractic a priority in his life. After graduating from Jackson High School, Dr. Stefan knew he wanted to combine his love for sports and helping others into his future career and chiropractic fit the bill to a tee. Dr. Stefan attended Ohio University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology.
After four years in Athens, Ohio, Dr. Stefan moved to St. Louis, Missouri where he attended Logan University. There, he received his Doctorate in Chiropractic as well as a Masters in Nutritional Sciences. While in St. Louis, Dr. Stefan focused on the anatomy and biomechanics of the human body while also incorporating its utmost importance in connection with nutrition and fueling the body properly. Dr. Stefan finished his training in St. Louis at the Biofreeze Human Performance Center then moved to Washington, D.C. for his internship.Dr. Stefan made the move back to Ohio because in his own words, “Being in different places makes you realize how much you miss the good people of Ohio and the pride and passion they hold in their communities.” He currently lives in Worthington with his girlfriend, Natalie, and their fox red lab, Riggins. In his spare time, you will find Dr. Stefan on the golf course.