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Chiropractor Jenison, MI

Higher Health Chiropractic, Jenison Adjusting Clinic

At Higher Health Chiropractic, it is our goal to help patients and their families achieve better health. It is our mission to equip our Jenison community with better health strategies. Chiropractic care is a drug-free, physiologically compatible healthcare that allows the body to heal itself by allowing the nervous system to function better. When our Jenison Chiropractor removes nerve interference through gentle chiroprac­tic adjustments, healthy cell metabolism, organ function, and mental and physical well-being are restored.

Ac­cording to the research, that means more energy, better movement, and a stronger immune system! More and more families are choosing chiropractic care because no one is ever too young or too old to obtain a healthy nervous system for life. Healing takes place from the “inside- out,” and that begins with a healthy nervous system!

Higher Health Chiropractic – Jenison Adjusting Clinic

Higher Health Chiropractic provides very specific care and attention through state-of-the-art technology and premier office amenities. Our staff at Higher Health truly have a heart to serve others by helping you get back to the things you enjoy most in life! Whether that is participating in sports, playing with your children, or getting back to your golf game, our mission is to provide chiropractic care that is affordable for the whole family.

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Your first two visits will be at our Wyoming facility which is our state of the art health clinic! At our Wyoming Clinic we will gather all the necessary data to determine how we can help you achieve your health goals. After your first two appointments you will be able to schedule your adjustments at our Jenison location. Book your initial appointment at the Wyoming office now….

Simply select your preferred date and time from the calendar below. Leave your name, email, and phone number and we will give you a call to confirm your appointment. We look forward to serving you soon.

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Jenison Adjusting Clinic

180 Baldwin Street, Suite 101, Jenison, MI, 49428

Our Jenison Adjusting Clinic Hours

Monday: 7–9AM, 3:30–6:30PM
Tuesday: 10–11:30AM, 3:30–6:30PM
Wednesday: 3:30–6:30PM
Thursday: 7–9AM, 3:30–6:30PM
Friday: 10 AM–12PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Meet Our Jenison Chiropractors

Dr. Michele Lucassian

Dr. John Deyo

Are you interested in Chiropractic care but unsure what your insurance will cover?

Are you tired of suffering from neck pain, back pain, headaches, or other chronic conditions but unsure what your unsure what your insurance company may cover? Our Chiropractors are experienced in helping your body heal so that you can get back to doing the things you love.

Fill out our new patient application today and get prequalified. Once completed, you will know exactly how much care is or isn’t covered. All information is securely collected through our web form linked below. Once completed, our team will contact you with the results as soon as possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I get my adjustments? Does it matter what days I get them on?

Most new patients are asked to receive approximately 3 adjustments per week as they begin their care, it does not matter which 3 days you choose as long as you get the recommended visits each week. The number of visits you come will depend on your Corrective Care plan recommended by the doctors. It is important to stick with his recommendations so you see the best results.

Can I be adjusted too much?

There is no fear of adjusting too much… we are trained to know if you need an adjustment or not. If you do not need an adjustment, you will not receive one.

How do you know where to adjust?

We have been fortunate to have been able to care for many thousands of patients all with their own body type and health challenges. With that experience we are able to use many different types of “indicators” when deciding where to adjust each patient, and to do it efficiently and effectively. For example, we use our hands to detect subtle changes in spinal muscle tension, inflammation, tension or tone of the joints, and restricted motion or misalignment of the joints. We are constantly visually observing patients for changes in posture, unusual walking patterns, head tilt or rotation, along with many other visual indicators that can uncover a clue of where an underlying problem exists. X-rays serve to help us to confirm what we are feeling without hands or observing with our eyes.

Why do you look at my feet so much while doing the adjustment?

Subluxations in the spine and pelvis will create imbalances in posture, strength and motion that can be measured by many different tools. One way to quickly measure that imbalance is to observe a person’s function leg length. We ‘check your feet’ frequently to measure your leg length and to see how it changes as we make corrections to your spine. Using these leg length indicators do not tell us where to adjust, but rather inform us of how balanced your spine is and how tension on the spinal cord is changing with each adjustment we make.

What is that tool that you use? How does it work?

Torque Release Technique is the newest, most researched technique in chiropractic. The instrument that we use is called an Integrator.

Over years of stress, the joints of the spine can lose motion and symmetry and eventually will begin placing pressure and tension on the nerves they were made to protect. In order to heal these diseased and damaged joints, we must restore motion to the ‘stuck’ joint and place it back into a healthy position. To accomplish this, a certain amount of force must be applied to a very specific area of the spine.

The integrator allows us to correct these damaged joints and nerves in a very gentle way by creating force through speed and acceleration rather than mass and brute strength. It also allows us the opportunity to be very, very specific to correct the exact joint that needs correction without affecting the healthy joints around it.