Originally, this blog post was designed to help our current patients (and future patients) get to know us a little better. We learned so much about each other. We hope you enjoy our secrets!
- Dr. Yost’s great-great-great (he doesn’t know exactly how many greats) grandfather was a dentist – he put ivory teeth in George Washington’s mouth.
- Dr. Yost played in the Little League World Series.
- In 2017, Dr. Bowen was voted as one of the top 7 ALL-TIME football players at Lakota East.
- At Dr. Bowen’s wedding, they experienced hurricane-like winds that caused virtually everything to blow over, break, blow away and even caused tables to catch fire. It made the local news.
- Dr. Nabi graduated high school 20 pounds lighter than he started high school. He’s 6’5”!
- Dr. Nabi loves to play guitar. He has two and he has named them – a Taylor acoustic named Gwen, and an American Stratocaster named Lenny.
- Dr. White’s mother’s grandparents worked on his father’s grandparents’ farm in Santa Maria, Italy in the early 1900s. His parents learned this information early in their relationship. Small world.
- Dr. White played in the Quebec International Hockey Tournament. The experience allowed him to understand “trash talk” in several different languages.
- Before Dr. Hodge went to chiropractic school, she worked as a front desk assistant at our Norwood office.
- Dr. Hodge played basketball at Denison University and her sophomore season they went 28-0.
- Kirsten made an appearance on The Price is Right. She (and her friends) were placed in the front row. They were shown several times because they were “dancing like fools.”
- Kirsten loves to travel. Her goal is to visit all 50 states; she has already made it to 30.
- Annie can write holding a pen with her toes. She really can.
- Before Annie started her massage training, she was in college studying classical music and vocal performance (singing classical music, opera, etc.). We are grateful she found massage!
- One of Alexis’s grandfathers helped build the motor that won a Daytona 500.
- If there was an award for “Best Aunt,” Alexis would win – hands down. (Guess who wrote that one )
- Brenda was one of the first girls to play on the boys’ little league team “way back when.”
- Brenda used to go to Little Miami Whitewater Park and pretend that she was a roller derby player. She would race around the track as fast as she could, making all sorts of moves.
- Ashton was a qualifier in the National DECA Business Competition held in Atlanta.
- Ashton was a 4-H member and showed hogs, chickens and even turkeys.
- Kelsey did a year of service with AmeriCorps after college in eastern Kentucky.
- Kelsey played a year of college lacrosse at the College of Mount Saint Joseph.
- Chelsea has hiked Machu Picchu three times!
- Chelsea has sung the National Anthem at countless sporting events.
- Christina was valedictorian of her high school class.
- Christina’s family had 4 different foreign exchange students live with them for a year each when she was growing up.
26.1. Mallory has watched the movie Jurassic Park over 1000 times.
26.2. Mallory was on a jump rope team for six years.