Chiropractic care is a healing art that focuses on a healthy lifestyle and believes in the function of the nervous system at an optimum level to achieve that lifestyle. Beginning at the spine and extending out, chiropractic care stresses wellness care within the idea that many ailments are the result of the body’s inability to properly heal itself. Chiropractic care believes that proper function of the nervous system helps restore the body’s innate healing ability.
Chiropractic Care for Adults
At ChiroHealth, we pride ourselves in providing the finest chiropractic and wellness care to our patients in the West Michigan and Greater Grand Rapids, MI areas.
Each and every patient has a situation unique to themselves that requires a specific course of action. Our doctors will consult with you prior to treatment to determine the best individualized course of wellness care for you.
We are a family friendly practice that offers gentle, low impact chiropractic care supported primarily by the Activator Method. Our chiropractors, headed by Dr. Sandra M. Stanton, D.C., D.PSc., practice a variety of chiropractic and spinal adjustment techniques along with the Activator Method that include:
- Pierce Technique
- Thompson Technique
- Palmer Toggle
- Decompression Therapy
From infant to senior, our patients at ChiroHealth are treated to the latest in chiropractic treatment and equipment, assuring that you receive quality wellness care.
We invite you to contact our office, conveniently located just minutes north of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Start on your way to a healthier lifestyle…
Our Chiropractic Techniques
Activator Method Technique:
The chiropractic method where the activator, a unique hand-held instrument, provides the adjustment by delivering a controlled, light, and fast thrust to the patient, without causing undue strain to the patient.
A chiropractic care method where a hand-held instrument, designed to restore the proper curves to your spine, is used.
Chiropractic method where the doctor raises up a piece of the adjusting table while applying force with the hands to the vertebra that is subluxated. The table piece then drops down assisting the doctor in moving the vertebra with the least amount of force.
A chiropractic adjustment usually used on the first or second vertebra of the neck in which the patient is laying on their side. The Doctor then applies a light force to the side of the neck, setting the vertebra into vibration and the vertebra vibrates back in place.