It is common knowledge that chiropractors are the best fit practitioners for helping people resolve their neck and back pain, but what many people don’t know is that chiropractic happens to be the ideal protocol for additional conditions, including colic or ear infections, IBS, Fibromyalgia, digestive challenges, low energy, migraines, and so much more.
Therefore, in our office we assess your entire life (Physical, Biochemical, and Emotional) in order to determine exactly what type of chiropractic adjustment you need and the frequency of visits. In addition, once you “get out of pain” we will administer a preventative program so that your conditions do not continue to resurface, and your quality of life continues to improve.
Dr. Michael Aker has maintained a focus on spinal and neurological health for over 35 years. He is currently attending post graduate neurology programs of study which will earn him Diplomate status in functional neurology and treatment of traumatic brain injury.
He has studied extensively on nutrition and metabolism and provides metabolic evaluations and nutritional counseling.
Dr. Sarah De Preter specializes in maternity care because she understands the importance of supporting a woman throughout her pregnancy. Chiropractic care reduces discomfort and optimizes the mechanics of the mother’s body and reduces the risk of breech presentation and improves labor and delivery times. Dr. Sarah specializes in pediatric Chiropractic care. Gentle adjustments during these early life stages have been shown to reduce symptoms of colic, reflux, earaches, latching problems and behavioral concerns.
Dr. Jenny Talbert treats all ages with chiropractic spinal care. She has a degree in Nutritional Biochemistry and specializes in nutrition and lifestyle counseling with an emphasis on weight loss and gastrointestinal health. She is passionate about grain and sugar free cooking and loves to teach people a new way to eat and live. Her classes are a popular feature of the care she provides.
Daniel Waterman, A.T.C. has extensive training in muscle patterns, injury evaluation and treatment, rehabilitation, and patient education. He has a passion for treating and managing concussions.
M: 9:30am to Noon, 2:00pm to 6:00pm
T: 8:30am to Noon, 1:30pm to 5:00pm
W: 8:30am to Noon, 1:45pm to 6:00pm
Th: 8:30am to Noon, 1:30pm to 6:00pm
F: 8:30am to Noon