Owner and director Dr. Dan McAleer founded Kingswood Chiropractic Center in the hope of guiding patients toward healthier lives. Along with fellow back-wrangler Dr. Garrett Kuhlman, Dr. McAleer aims to address problems before they start, identifying the root cause of discomfort and illness rather than merely treating the symptoms with medicine and candy bribes. The pair of doctors and their savvy staff instill comfort and well-being in patients through services such as exams, adjustments, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling. A free online membership supplements the custom wellness-and-treatment plans the team cooks up.
Doctor of chiropractic Ron Fried has treated countless sports-related injuries throughout his 20-year career, many of which occurred during his stint as the chiropractor for the Detroit Lions. Today his services are available at his eponymous chiropractic and wellness center, where he and his staff offer spinal adjustments, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, and, physiotherapy.
Chiropractors treat much more than back pain – something Dr. Ken McCauley learned at the age of 19. Suffering from debilitating migraines, Dr. McCauley reached out to a chiropractor after countless medical doctors unsuccessfully treated his skull-splitting episodes. The relief from the first adjustment was instantaneous, and that moment spearheaded his excursion to chiropractic school.
Now a chiropractor himself, Dr. McCauley sweeps away migraines, neck and back pain, and joint injuries from sports such as football or raucous bocce ball matches. He accomplishes these feats with a variety of chiropractic techniques and on-staff massage therapists dispensing kneading sessions.
Dynamic Chiropractic Centers' chiropractic doctors aim to treat aches and pains while also focusing on preventative care. The team takes a "whole body approach," which means proactively treating imbalances that could one day develop into more serious issues. The doctors also complement treatments with postural screenings, which can discover spinal ailments such as a cracked vertebrae. Massage therapists address other non-chiropractic needs.
Jeffrey Remer, owner of Eight Gate, applies 21 years of studying Eastern healing techniques to each of his treatments. After receiving his master's degree from the American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, he studied acupressure, Chinese massage modalities, and zen Shiatsu, then learned constitutional-acupressure-renewal methods from Mary Elizabeth Wakefield at the Chi-Akra Center. He strives to foster health in his clients by working in harmony with Western medicine and in vocal harmony with passing barbershop quartets.
Doctor of Chiropractic Greg Kamego's goal is to help his clients live healthier and, therefore, happier lives without ever making an incision or prescribing a single drug. He is backed by a degree with honors from Life University and a slew of noninvasive chiropractic services. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, he and fellow staff members ease patients' pain with massage and laser pain-relief therapy. During the treatment, also known as cold laser therapy, they point low-intensity lasers on areas of localized pain or injury, working to stimulate the healing process.