Dr. Vince Taylor was born in Indiana. Growing up, he participated in cross-country, basketball, baseball, and track. In high school he decided to concentrate on running. He went on to be a two sport collegiate athlete competing in cross-county and track. Later in his collegiate career, he focused on the decathlon where he was all conference and team captain.
Dr. Taylor received his bachelor’s degree in Human Biology at the University of Indianapolis. He went on to earn his Masters of Business Administration degree at the University of Indianapolis.
Dr. Taylor attended Logan College of Chiropractic where he graduated with Summa Cum Lauda honors. He earned his Masters of Sports Rehabilitation degree at Logan University while enrolled in the Doctor of Chiropractic program. While at Chiropractic school, he tutored students in gross anatomy, spinal anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, fundamentals of diagnostic imaging, and physical diagnosis. It has always been rewarding to Dr. Taylor to teach and help others learn.
For two trimesters, he was the president of Chi Rho Sigma, a non-for-profit organization promoting the chiropractic profession. He was an assistant track and field coach at Parkway West High School for two seasons coaching hurdles and pole vault while attending Chiropractic school. Currently, Dr. Taylor serves on the Board of Directors for the Health Science Academy in the Montgomery County School System.
Dr. Taylor is passionate in helping individuals reach their full potential by means of chiropractic care, dry needling, acupuncture, and functional medicine.
Dr. Taylor is married to Dr. Erin Taylor. They have has a daughter named Lydia and a son named Logan. They enjoy running, biking, hiking, and camping.