Ardie Singh, D.C.

Wellness Practitioner & Chiropractic Physician located in Worthington, OH

Dr. Ardie Singh, D.C., D.PSc, Chiropractic Physician of Columbus, Ohio, is a wellness mentor, functional wellness practitioner, and national speaker. Dr. Singh has obtained countless hours of Post-Graduate training in nutrition, functional medicine, functional Endocrinology, female hormone issues, and detoxification. Dr. Singh attended The Ohio State University and Palmer College of Chiropractic. Because of his passion for wellness and nutrition, Dr. Singh is one of the most sought out speakers in natural health care.

Dr. Singh brings a unique approach to helping people with, Neuropathy, Hypothyroidism, Autoimmune conditions, neuroimmune issues, weight loss and genetic predispositions. Through cutting-edge diagnostic testing and functional analysis, he is able to uncover the hidden causes of why a patient is experiencing conditions as well as providing solutions to correct the problem.

Dr. Singh grew up in the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland and moved to Columbus to pursue his undergrad at The Ohio State University. There he played soccer for all 4 years and graduated with his degree in business. For 2 years Dr. Singh worked as a pharmaceutical sales representative where he discovered that there are a time and place for medications, but that medications just serve as a band-aid to cover up the symptoms of the disease and don't manage the condition itself. In 199 he was facing some serious medical challenges himself and found himself in the office of a functional medicine physician down in Texas. Dr. Singh was amazed that this physician was able to get to the root cause of what was truly going on with his health and was able to completely regain his health. He knew he wanted to share this experience with others.This motivated Dr. Singh to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic where he learned not only about chiropractic care but how the body has the power to heal itself naturally and through nutrition.


After becoming homesick for Ohio, Dr. Singh moved back to Columbus in 1989 where he could watch the Buckeyes play in person. He worked as an associate for 2 years before opening up his own practice in 1992. A year later, while their daughter was only 1 year old, Dr. Singh's wife, Suzan became terminally ill. This motivated Dr. Singh to dive into functional medicine and he has not looked back since. Because of functional medicine, Suzan is alive and well today. Though nearing 60 years of age, he has no plans of retiring soon. Dr. Singh loves what he does and is on a mission to continue improving the health and well-being of others through natural and holistic medicine.
Suzan and Dr. Singh have 1 daughter, Jasmin, who attends Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Following her dad's footsteps, Jasmin plays both soccer and lacrosse at Queens. Dr. Singh loves watching his daughter play and is deep-rooted in sports himself. He grew up a Cavs, Indian, and (unfortunately) Brown's fan. He enjoys playing golf, coaching soccer, and playing card games.

 

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Dr. Ardie Singh, D.C., D.PSc, Chiropractic Physician of Columbus, Ohio, is a wellness mentor, functional wellness practitioner, and national speaker. Dr. Singh has obtained countless hours of Post-Graduate training in nutrition, functional medicine, functional Endocrinology, female hormone issues, and detoxification. Dr. Singh attended The Ohio State University and Palmer College of Chiropractic. Because of his passion for wellness and nutrition, Dr. Singh is one of the most sought out speakers in natural health care.

Dr. Singh brings a unique approach to helping people with, Neuropathy, Hypothyroidism, Autoimmune conditions, neuroimmune issues, weight loss and genetic predispositions. Through cutting-edge diagnostic testing and functional analysis, he is able to uncover the hidden causes of why a patient is experiencing conditions as well as providing solutions to correct the problem.

Dr. Singh grew up in the Eastern Suburbs of Cleveland and moved to Columbus to pursue his undergrad at The Ohio State University. There he played soccer for all 4 years and graduated with his degree in business. For 2 years Dr. Singh worked as a pharmaceutical sales representative where he discovered that there are a time and place for medications, but that medications just serve as a band-aid to cover up the symptoms of the disease and don't manage the condition itself. In 199 he was facing some serious medical challenges himself and found himself in the office of a functional medicine physician down in Texas. Dr. Singh was amazed that this physician was able to get to the root cause of what was truly going on with his health and was able to completely regain his health. He knew he wanted to share this experience with others.This motivated Dr. Singh to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic where he learned not only about chiropractic care but how the body has the power to heal itself naturally and through nutrition.


After becoming homesick for Ohio, Dr. Singh moved back to Columbus in 1989 where he could watch the Buckeyes play in person. He worked as an associate for 2 years before opening up his own practice in 1992. A year later, while their daughter was only 1 year old, Dr. Singh's wife, Suzan became terminally ill. This motivated Dr. Singh to dive into functional medicine and he has not looked back since. Because of functional medicine, Suzan is alive and well today. Though nearing 60 years of age, he has no plans of retiring soon. Dr. Singh loves what he does and is on a mission to continue improving the health and well-being of others through natural and holistic medicine.
Suzan and Dr. Singh have 1 daughter, Jasmin, who attends Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Following her dad's footsteps, Jasmin plays both soccer and lacrosse at Queens. Dr. Singh loves watching his daughter play and is deep-rooted in sports himself. He grew up a Cavs, Indian, and (unfortunately) Brown's fan. He enjoys playing golf, coaching soccer, and playing card games.

 


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