Dr. Gregory Woeste
Meet Dr. Woeste
With the proper foundation, the body has the innate ability to heal itself."-Dr. Greg Woeste
30+ Years Experience
Dr. Woeste has been treating patients since 1990. He has been practicing traditional chiropractic and functional medicine for 30+ years.
Formulated his unique professional supplement line, based upon his experience with nutrition and helping people get healthy.
Developed 3D Lifestyle
This health protocol was created in response to the need for an easy to follow, anti-inflammatory health protocol.
Cincinnati Health Institute was created through the evolving vision and beliefs of Dr. Greg Woeste. Dr. Woeste graduated from LaSalle High School in 1979. During his youth, Dr. Woeste was an avid athlete interested in optimal health and wellness. He spent his undergraduate education at the University of Cincinnati and earned his B.S. in Psychology in 1985.
At this point, Dr. Woeste had an intense interest in the mind/body connection, which guided his decision to pursue a doctorate in chiropractic care at National College, graduating in 1988. He has significant postgraduate education in orthopedics, nutrition, and alternative healthcare. He has been able to help thousands of patients throughout his 30-year career.
One benefit of practicing for 30+ years is that Dr. Woeste has been able to learn and change his preferred methods of care to best suit his patients, by witnessing firsthand the most effective treatments and protocols.
In 1990 he established Cincinnati Health Institute as a way of educating people about natural health care solutions. His primary goal was to empower his patients to discover effective natural solutions to their health care needs.
He accomplishes this in his practice and through the supplements he prescribes, by attempting to educate and understand every patient he comes into contact with. He believes a sustainable health care model is not possible without a means of ending the massive abuse of medication, along with the addiction and life-threatening side effects they produce.