Dr. Unruh was born and raised in Oklahoma and after receiving his chiropractic education in St. Louis, Missouri, he returned to the home state he loves to spread the knowledge and benefits of the chiropractic adjustments to as many people as possible.
Dr. Unruh comes from a family of longtime chiropractic "veterans" who have benefited form the power of chiropractic care. From an early age, he witnessed his mother getting adjusted and at that time didn't understand how much it would come to affect his career choice in the future.
Dr. Unruh has always had a passion and desire to help people in whatever way possible. Other major interests and activities that influenced his path were martial arts and natural healing. The science of how the body works, especially when it comes to the healing capabilities of the human body, sparked his interest and curiosity. After high school, Dr. Unruh decided he wanted to work at a Chiropractic clinic to learn more about natural health and how to help people. After many interviews, he decided to instead take a volunteer position which eventually led him to a job as a chiropractic assistant. A job that gave him great opportunity and pleasure of being a part of changing lives by getting people out of pain and into a better way of life through chiropractic care.
After completing his undergraduate studies he received in his B.S. Degree in Human Biology. In 2009, Dr. Unruh received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Logan College of Chiropractic. He has since enjoyed using chiropractics to continue to change lives by improving body function and thus eliminating his patient's body pain. He has been actively practicing in Oklahoma City for almost 5 years.
Dr. Unruh is excited to be able to bring his knowledge, skill and compassion to the patients here at Vertebrae. He truly believes in Chiropractics and its ability help his patients feel better and live better lives. Having a strong belief in God gives him profound compassion and he believes that, as human beings, we must live to love, love to serve, and serve to be humble.