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Dr. Greg Prybylski, D.C.

Originally from Buffalo, NY, Dr. Greg has always had a passion for health and sports of all kinds. He played college hockey at Buffalo State College where he graduated with a Bachelors in Health and Wellness and a minor in Biology. He found his way to Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, IA graduating with his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 2010.


Chiropractic Assistant

Elarka was born and raised in Lakewood, Ohio. She now resides in Parma Heights where she is raising her family of three incredible children and four dogs alongside her partner Dan. Elarka and her family love to travel and have been to some amazing destinations!

While she loves to travel, she also enjoys spending time with family and friends and soaking up the sun in the summer months.

Elarka has always been passionate about helping people in whatever capacity she could. She believes that being a kind human being is of utmost importance and does her best to stay humble.

Elarka is excited to be a part of the Paramount Chiropractic and Family Wellness team, working with Dr. Greg and sharing his passion for the care of his patients and health and wellness as a whole.


Chiropractic Assistant

Cassie is a great addition to the Paramount family. She resides in Cleveland with her husband and 12-year-old son. She loves to spend time with her family outside of work and enjoys long rides with her husband on his motorcycle. After serving in the restaurant industry for over 15 years, she decided to go in a different direction and enrolled in the Medical Front Office, Billing & Coding program at Valley College. After graduation, she began her journey to become a Chiropractic assistant. She has made it her priority to help others understand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and continues supporting and guiding patients in their journeys every day. 


Chiropractic Assistant

Kiki is our newest Chiropractic assistant at Paramount. Her love for helping others reach their full potential naturally persuaded her to start a career in special education. After a rewarding 12 years of teaching preschool, adaptive swim lessons, and being a one-on-one paraprofessional aide, she decided to switch careers to pursue her interest in health care and wellness. 

From early morning swim practices in high school to year-round softball practices throughout college, Kiki has continued to dedicate her time outside of work to recreational sports such as softball and volleyball. She loves to travel and hike and always makes time to check out new coffee shops along the way!

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