Dr. Chris Lofquist ‘05
After graduating with a degree in athletic training, Chris completed his Doctorate in Chiropractic and Master’s Degree in Sport Science and Exercise Rehabilitation at Logan University in Chesterfield, MO. He practiced in Lima, Ohio for a short time after completing an internship with The Ohio State University’s Strength and Conditioning Department. Currently, he is a Doctor of Chiropractic, manual therapist and owner of Flag City Sport & Spine in Findlay, Ohio.
In his clinical practice he treats the entire body from the traditional chiropractic cases of headaches, neck pain and back pain, to Repetitive Stress Injuries such as carpal tunnel, shin splints, tennis elbow, rotator cuff tendinitis and plantar fasciitis. He has a special interest in sport performance improvement, and TMJ (jaw) treatment and rehabilitation. In addition to chiropractic and rehabilitation, he is also in the Elite Provider Network of Active Release Techniques™ which is focused on reducing and eliminating scar tissue and adhesions between soft tissues.
In addition to his clinic, Chris also covers North Baltimore High School athletics, serves as a consulting physician for Tiffin and Findlay Universities, and is an adjunct professor at Heidelberg University. Additionally, as a member of the Elite Provider Network, he provides corporate wellness through Active Release Techniques' Corporate Solutions program. Chris currently services two locations of a Fortune 500 company, where he assists in reducing and eliminating workplace injuries and improving employee health.
“I felt that I was leaps and bounds ahead of my classmates when it came to actually treating patients, since I had been doing it since my freshman year at Heidelberg. My background in anatomy and physiology also surpassed that of most of my classmates. Overall, I feel a large portion of my success after school is a result of the ATEP program as well, as it has opened doors not available to many of my colleagues, and afforded me the opportunity to communicate with other professionals early on in my education, which carried over to building bridges in my professional career.”
Tony Tahy '01
As a former ‘Berg athlete and Hall of Fame inductee, after graduation Tony followed his passion and became an assistant Cross Country and Track coach and substitute teacher at Lakota Local Schools. He coached two girls’ teams and one boy’s team to the State Cross Country Championships.
After receiving his Athletic Trainer Certification, he joined Ohio Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in Findlay, OH where he was the athletic trainer for Arlington High School. He helped build a great injury prevention program and promoted athletic training as a career.
Tony received his Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Rhodes State College in Lima, OH. After 6 months of being a PTA/ATC at Ohio Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, he decided to move his family to Columbus and accept a PTA/ATC position at The Ohio State University Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Program.
“It is great to see the success within the Athletic Training Program and the growth of the facility at Heidelberg University. I am proud to say that I am a Student Prince!”