Dr. Brandon TurinoDoctor of Chiropractic
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Dr Brandon loves being a chiropractor, but his favorite jobs are that of husband and father. His crew consists of his wife Mercedes and two children; Shiloh and Esme.
He is a third generation chiropractor who looks to anatomy and physiology for clues to the root cause of your health problem, not just the symptoms or pain.
He has been practicing chiropractic since February of 2008. He is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC) and a Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (CCWP) cert as well.
Dr Brandon is a native of Ishpeming, and attended Westwood High School and Northern Michigan University.
He is an avid mountain biker. On nights and weekends, you can find him riding the singletrack out at Harlow Lake or up in his hometown of Ishpeming.
He is also interested in nutrition, consuming whole foods, veganism, and diet.
Dr Brandon chose to create IWC as a place to support you along your healing process. He believes that the human body is designed to heal; and providing your body with the proper movement, alignment, nutrition, and emotional well-being is the key to unlock your true healing potential.
Marissa DickowChiropractic Assistant
Meet the newest member of the Integrated Wellness Chiropractic team! Marissa Dickow started April 2021 as a chiropractic assistant under Dr. Turino. She loves having the opportunity to help patients along their journey for better health, and is excited to expand her knowledge of chiropractic.
An Ontonagon, Michigan native, Marissa graduated high school in 2016. She moved to Marquette to pursue her education. During her time in college, Marissa worked for Menard’s front end department.
While in school, Marissa studied criminal justice and political science. She took extra courses in creative writing and computer science. In 2019, she graduated from Northern Michigan University with an associate’s degree in social science.
Marissa believes having a happy body contributes to having a happy mind. She values natural remedies to help the body recover.
Marissa enjoys spending time with her family, cooking new dishes, puzzles and crafts. She loves summers in the U.P., and can be found at the beach or her back deck reading a good book.