Chiropractors in Farmington, MI

Comprehensive list of Farmington, Michigan based chiropractors and back pain clinics.

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In practice as well as on-line, we strive for excellence through superior patient treatment, education, and satisfaction. Without surgery or drugs, we treat and aid patients with, sports injuries, whiplash, neck and jaw pains, headaches and migraines, allergies, stress, sinus problems, backaches, hip pains, carpal tunnel syndrome, dizziness, arthritis, asthma and more.


It is our sincere intent to supply you with the very highest chiropractic care that we can possible offer. We trust that your experience with our practice will be productive, cost efficient and pleasant. We welcome any of your questions, comments or suggestions so that we can continue to effectively meet your chiropractic requirements.


A very skilled chiropractor specializing in advanced chiropractic diagnosis and quality gentle care in downtown Farmington, MI. For seventeen years Dr. Cromwell has been gently adjusting spines, relieving pain, and improving nervous systems. He has a very high success rate with many different kinds of conditions and complaints because of a strong appreciation for the healing ability of the nervous



Dr. Jason Ellis is dedicated to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care. Patients seeking treatment at Be Well Chiropractic Center with Dr. Jason Ellis are assured of receiving only the best quality care through the use of modern chiropractic technology and equipment including the Activator Method.


What techniques do Dr. Benestad and Schiffer utilize to treat and improve the spinal structures including the disc and nerve function? Dr.Benestad, who graduated in 1982, and Schiffer, who graduated in 1979, have extensive training in many Chiropractic techniques which include low impact procedures. Are these doctors familiar with sports related injuries?


Dr. Stuart Rubin is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and a licensed Applied Kinesiologist. Applied Kinesiology AK is a form of diagnosis using muscle testing as a primary feedback mechanism to examine how a person's body is functioning. In general, the Applied Kinesiologist finds the muscle that tests weak, and then determines why that muscle is not functioning properly.