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2050 Cincinnati Dayton Rd.

Middletown, OH 45044 USA


Meet the Doctor

Dr. Matt Houchin is a licensed Chiropractor serving the Middletown community.

Dr. Houchin has been freeing people from pain in the clinic in Middletown, OH. As a chiropractor with experience, he is committed to promoting optimal health and well being of patients.

Dr. Houchin uses a "whole person approach". This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) and make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Houchin is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to good health.

  • Matt Houchin, DC

    Matt Houchin, D.C. is certified by the National and Ohio State Chiropractic Boards as a chiropractor serving the Middletown community. Dr. Houchin graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic.  He completed his undergraduate work at Cedarville University on a baseball scholarship.

    His professional commitment is devoted to getting to know his patients as he develops an understanding of one’s problems.  He seeks to determine first if he can help you, and then if so, formulate an individualized treatment program directed to your recovery.  If he cannot help you, he will find someone that will.

    Incorporating current research and state of the art treatment, Dr. Houchin recognizes the importance of first determining the cause of your problem prior to initiating treatment. A comprehensive evaluation allows for a specific treatment program tailored to your individual needs. You are not just another patient at Chiropractic Associates Inc., you are an individual deserving specific chiropractic treatment tailored to your needs.

    Our goal at Chiropractic Associates is to provide for you the opportunity to obtain the highest quality health to be able to provide for your family and give to your community.

    Dr. Matt Houchin has continued with post-doctoral education in whiplash injuries. He is certified in A.R.T. which is a specialized technique for treating repetitive muscular injuries such as tendonitis or tendinosis. He also holds certifications in Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) and the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI).


    • Harrison High School, Harrison, Ohio

    • Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio

    • Palmer College of Chiropractic, Iowa 


    • Private Practice, since 2012   


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