Dr. Gabe Spruch

Chiropractor
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Gabe Spruch moved to this area with his wife and partner, Sherrie, and together, they started All Care Chiropractic in January of 1990.

Dr. Spruch received his undergraduate degree from the Ohio State University and his Doctoral Degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic. While at NWCC, Dr. Spruch also completed and elective certification program in acupuncture/meridian therapy.

Dr. Spruch and Sherrie started All Care Chiropractic with a vision of becoming a leader in Natural Health Care for the region. In addition to being a chiropractic physician, Dr. Spruch is a licensed professional acupuncturist, proficient in a number of techniques, both needle and non-needle. Dr. Spruch works together with his staff as a team to assist patients to achieve better health with proper nutrition, exercise, structural alignment and balanced internal energy. To better reflect this mission, the practice name was changed to All Care Health & Rehabilitation Center in 2003.

Dr. Spruch is a member of the Indiana State Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association. He is a Diplomate of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Spruch and Sherrie are members of Northside Christian Church in New Albany and have two sons, Alac and Spencer.

Sherrie Spruch

Practice Manager
Sherrie, originally from a small town North of Indianapolis is the Practice Manager for All Care Health & Rehabilitation Center.  She oversees all aspects of the day to day running of the office, and partners with her husband in the care and nurturing of their sons.  Sherrie is very busy , but never too busy to work with patients, or to share her wealth of knowledge about chiropractic and acupuncture to help patients understand the importance of making natural health care a priority in their lives.  Sherrie, has an infectious energy that continually motivates everyone around her.  Together Dr. Spruch and Sherrie have made All Care Health & Rehabilitation Center what it is today.