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Dr. Benjamin Gillis grew up in Escanaba, Michigan. He graduated from Lake Superior State University where he played basketball. He suffered a serious back injury during his freshman year and was told he would have to live with pain. After pursuing chiropractic care, he was able to live pain free and play basketball again. This experience inspired him to change his career path so that he could help others receive the gift of chiropractic care. He graduated from Parker College of Chiropractic and opened his own practice in Wyoming, Michigan. His drive and passion as a Chiropractic Physician is shown through in his successes of creating one of the most sought after clinics in the state. Dr. Gillis shares in his enjoyment with his wife, Krista and two young children, Kinley and Brooks. When he isn’t outside or at the park with his family, you will often find him playing a round of golf with friends.
Dr. Adam Greenman is the newest addition to our office. He graduated from Hillsdale College where he played football and ran track for 5 years. From there, he attended Sherman College of Chiropractic and has been in practice ever since. Dr. Adam opened up his own clinic in South Carolina before deciding to move back to Michigan with his family. His combined knowledge and passion for chiropractic care shows through in his daily practice. Dr. Adam enjoys spending time with his wife, Chrissy and two children, Brooke and Tyler. Since moving back to Michigan, they have much appreciation for the changing seasons and keep an active lifestyle throughout the year.
Dr. Tim Hartman has been with our practice for two years. He graduated from Oakland University and later attended Palmer College of Chiropractic. It was there that he learned the Gonstead technique and fell in love with the practice of chiropractic and healing others. While attending, he became a certified CrossFit trainer. He actively uses his certification to coach healthy lifestyles and to help athletes keep their bodies strong with chiropractic. Dr. Tim enjoys traveling with his girlfriend, Shae and their puppy, Finn, as well as taking weekend getaways to Traverse City.
Margaret is our Practice Manager. Her focus is to guide our team with leadership and compassion to ensure our systems are providing patients with the best care possible. Margaret graduated from Ferris State University with a degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in Science and Language Arts. She loves uniting her passion for education and chiropractic care to be able to empower all of those around her. Margaret spends her time enjoying the outdoors with her husband, Matt and two young children, Avery and Alex.
Shelly functions as our Executive Administrative Assistant. She provides administrative support to all team members and patients. Shelly processes the insurance payments, vendor account management, bill pay, and product ordering. She also assists patients with insurance questions. Chiropractic care is close to her heart as she has seen life changing results herself. Shelly attended Grand Valley State University, and when she is not vacationing in Walt Disney World she is spending time with her husband, Ken and two children, Matt and Macy.
Kelly functions as our Director of Rehab and Fitness. She uses her background in personal training and rehabilitation to provide the highest quality of healing. Kelly graduated from Grand Valley State University earning a degree in Advertising and Public Relations. Her desire for living an active life style shows through in her Chiropractic Biophysics work. Kelly loves spending time with her husband, Ryan and two little girls, Aubrey and Quinn. They enjoy family time up north exploring all that the seasons have to offer.
Ashley is our Director of Patient Relations. Her focus is to educate our patients and the local community about the benefits of chiropractic care and how to live a healthy life. Ashley graduated from Grand Valley State University with degrees in Health Communications and Advertising and Public Relations. She enjoys interaction with all of those around her and watching lives change. Ashley loves being outside and being active. You will most likely find her and her husband, Seth at the beach with their dog, Cannon.
Amanda is our Front Office Specialist where she is the first smiling face you will see at Check In. She graduated from Grand Rapids Community College with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Amanda is always willing and able to assist our patients in answering any questions you may have. Her love for meeting new people is apparent as you will always feel welcome upon arrival. Amanda loves spending time cooking and baking with her husband, Matt.
Allie is our Front Office Specialist where her cheery, helpfulness will assist you at Check Out. She has worked in settings where a strong background in customer service is a necessity, in which this trait shines through. Allie is always willing and able to give you the attention our patients deserve. Her love for the community is apparent as you will always feel welcome at the office. Allie loves spending time outdoors with her husband, Greg and their dog, Cooper.
Meg is our Licensed Massage Therapist. She graduated from Blue Heron Academy where she studied Medical Massage and Manual Therapy in 2008. Meg uses a gentle hand to find the comfortable pressure for each client to promote deep, relaxed breathing while increasing circulation and promoting proper musculoskeletal alignment. Her specialties include work with the hips, neck and maternity massage. Meg loves doing yoga when she is not spending time with her husband, Eric and young son, Oscar.
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