Brain Treatment Centers
Columbus and Cincinnati Ohio
Areas We Service
About the Areas We Service
With Brain Treatment Centers in both Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, we are in a prime location to treat patients in Ohio, Illinois, and Kentucky. We service the following areas in Ohio, Illinois, and Kentucky:
- Columbus is the capital and largest city in Ohio.
- The city is home to The Ohio State University, one of the largest and most renowned universities in the United States.
- Columbus has a vibrant arts and culture scene, with many theaters, museums, and galleries.
- Cincinnati, often referred to as the “Queen City,” is located along the Ohio River.
- The city is famous for its historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, known for its well-preserved 19th-century architecture.
- Cincinnati is the birthplace of Cincinnati-style chili, which is typically served over spaghetti or hot dogs.
- Dayton is known as the “Birthplace of Aviation” because it is the hometown of Wilbur and Orville Wright, who invented the airplane.
- The city is home to the National Museum of the United States Air Force, one of the world’s largest aviation museums.
- Dayton plays a large role in the history of innovation and invention, including the cash register and the electric wheelchair.
- Lexington is often called the “Horse Capital of the World” because of its prominent role in the breeding and racing of thoroughbred horses.
- Beautiful horse farms and rolling landscapes surround the city.
- Lexington is home to the University of Kentucky, known for its successful basketball program and academic excellence.
- Louisville is famous for hosting the Kentucky Derby, one of the most prestigious horse races in the world, held annually on the first Saturday in May.
- The city is home to the Louisville Mega Cavern, an enormous underground cavern that has been turned into an adventure park.
- Louisville has a vibrant arts and music scene, including the annual Forecastle Music Festival.
- Indianapolis is the capital and largest city of Indiana.
- The city is known for hosting major sporting events, including the Indianapolis 500, one of the most famous auto races in the world.
- Indianapolis is home to the Indianapolis Museum of Art, which features a vast collection of artworks from around the world.
- Bloomington is home to Indiana University, a renowned public research university.
- The city is known for its diverse community and is often considered one of the best college towns in the United States.
- Bloomington is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, including the Hoosier National Forest and nearby Monroe Lake.
Brain Treatment Cincinnati Location
Our clinic is located in Maineville, a northeastern suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Western Row Center
3187 Western Row Road, Suite #106
Maineville, Ohio 45039
New Patient Coordinator: 614-714-1966
By Appointment Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday
How to Get to Our Clinic Locations
Brain Treatment Center Columbus
From 71 S to Exit 117 for OH-161 W Dublin Granville Road, take the right turn and then turn right to N High Street in Worthington. In two blocks, look for building number 885. It’s an L-shaped building, and we’re in the corner, in suite 105.
From 71 N to Exit 117 for OH-161 E Dublin Granville Road, take the left turn and then turn right to N High Street in Worthington. In two blocks, look for building number 885. It’s an L-shaped building, and we are in the corner, in suite 105.
Brain Treatment Center Cincinnati
Our clinic is on the Northeast side of Cincinnati, not far from the Great Wolf Lodge Waterpark.
To get to the clinic, take the 71 and exit at Western Row Road. If you are traveling south down the 71, you will turn left on Western Row Rd. If you were driving up the 71 headed north, turn right on Western Row Rd. Once on Western Row Rd, take your very first right, and you will be at the Western Row Center. We are in shop # 116.
Contact our New Patient Coordinator
Our New Patient Coordinator is here Monday to Friday until 6:00 p.m. and is happy to answer your questions about MeRT.
She’ll listen to your concerns and explain our protocols and costs. She can also assist you in getting scheduled should you decide to move forward with the initial testing and consultation.
You don’t have to make any major decisions right now. Call the New Patient Coordinator and get a good understanding of the entire process and the first steps. Then, take it one step at a time.
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