Dr Martin Vaught Death – Dr. Martin Vaught, a resident of Akron, Ohio, and the owner and president of Pro Chiropractic and Spinal Decompression Clinic in Louisville, Ohio, has sadly passed away. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Martin Vaught you are an will always be missed by my family! What a kind heart you had for always making time for me !! And those Ohio State Buckeye is going to miss a heck of a fan R.I.P. My Friend.”
Who was Dr Martin Vaught?
Dr. Martin Vaught, a resident of Akron, Ohio, and the graduate of Walsh University and Northeast College of Health Sciences. He was the owner of Pro Chiropractic and Spinal Decompression Clinic in Uniontown, Ohio, and the president of Pro chiropractic DBA Ellet injury Center. Dr. Martin Vaught has been treating patients since 2004 in the Northeastern Ohio area. Originally from Canton Dr. Vaught resides in the Akron area.
He has dedicated his career to helping patients achieve their health goals. He has participated in athletics his entire life and enjoys relating his knowledge of sports to the treatment of injuries. Dr. Vaught has acted as the treating physician for the United States Women’s Olympic Softball team(pictured to the bottom right), many local high school football teams, and has consulted injury treatments for local college athletics.
Tribute To Dr Martin Vaught
Daniel Pack took to social media and shared his sadness in a post that says “14 years ago you first became my Doc, taking good care of Brandy Pack and I, my dogs and family. it didn’t take long before we became good friends, and then you were family.” Daniel added that, “I am going to miss our conversations about politics and the changes of the world, you have touched so many people and their hearts. We will miss you and think of you forever, Martin Vaught.”
Del Shannon also said “Goodbye is never easy and this one i still cant believe. Thank you for always making time for me and helping my family and I through the years. Thank you for encouraging me to get my knee fixed and to find a new job. You’re going to be missed my friend. Rest easy Martin Vaught.”
Dr Martin Vaught’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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