Procare Chiropractic has been serving the Cleveland area since 1993. Originally located in Parma,
our office was relocated in North Royalton in 1998. In order to
provide a professional and caring atmosphere for our patients, our office
was once again relocated to our current location in Seven Hills after
combining efforts with Dr. Galati.
Dr. Simokovich is the founder of Procare Chiropractic, and has been
practicing since 1991. He has helped thousands regain a
healthy and pain-free lifestyle without drugs or surgery. He has
lectured to many groups in the Cleveland area on various health
Their office has weekly lectures on topics ranging from maintaining a
healthy spine and nervous system, to neurologic and metabolic
function, thyroid health, and diet.
Following a sports injury at 19, he was told he needed surgery on his low
back. After watching both parents suffer a lifetime of pain
from back surgery, Dr. Simokovich sought another approach.
That's when he was introduced to chiropractic by a relative.
As a result, he never had the surgery and lives pain-free.
After attending Michigan State University and ten years in the Engineering
field, Dr. Simokovich was unfulfilled with his choice of professions
and decided that he needed a change.
Because of the incredible experience he had as a patient, he decided to attend Life Chiropractic College in Georgia and graduated in 1991.
Following an internship in Florida, he moved to Parma where he currently resides with Patty, his wife of 25 years, and his three sons Kyle, Jordan, and Zachary.
Dr. Simokovich continues to learn about health, and is currently working on completion of a Diplomate in Chiropractic Neurology and Metabolic Function. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking and playing the guitar.
Dr. Galati has been practicing since 1998, and has helped many people to live pain-free by
giving life-changing treatment to those suffering. He is a native Clevelander and a graduate
of Brunswick High School.
After serving our country in the Air Force as an Avionics Specialist, and working on F-16's, he knew
that he wanted to help people, and chiropractic seemed to be a natural transition from the military
life for him.
Dr. Galati attended Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City,
Missouri, and graduated in 1998. He has been
practicing in the Cleveland area ever since.
Dr. Galati has dedicated his practice to helping people with chronic conditions that have
not responded well to conventional treatment, and have not met their
goals for recovery.
He continues his education in Chiropractic Neurology, functional blood analysis, functional
endocrinology, and the non-surgical treatment of disc degeneration, disc herniation and other
He is currently studying functional and metabolic medicine to better
assist those seeking a more natural approach to restoring health,
without having to resort to pharmaceutical drugs.
Dr. Galati currently resides in Broadview Heights with Debi, his wife of 14 years, and his two
children Alyssa and Domenic. Dr. Galati's personal interests include spending time with his friends and family, playing the piano, recreational sports, and weight lifting.
Copyright 2011, Vincent M. Simokovich, D.C.