Dr.Brandon TurinoDoctor of Chiropractic
Dr Brandon is a husband and a 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 an avid mountain biker. On nights and weekends, you can find him riding the chunky stuff 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.
Alex MaxwellActive Release Technique Therapist
Alexandra has practiced massage for thirteen years, focusing on therapeutic and intuitive bodywork. Her education at the Michigan School of Myomassology in Berkley, MI focused on medical approaches to massage therapy with a strong foundation in anatomy, physiology, and pathology. In the last year, Alex traveled to Vancouver, B.C. to get her first Active Release Technique certification and is now a certified ART provider. Alex will happily nerd-out on anatomy at any time and has a commitment to continuing her education so she can provide the best care possible.
Alex has a bachelor's degree from Northern Michigan University in Sociology with a minor in Native American Studies. When Alex isn’t helping folks feel good in their bodies here at IWC, she’s out in the community teaching yoga, meditation and running North Country Sunday Revival with her good friend.
Alex is technically a troll, having grown up on a horse farm in Metamora, MI, but she has a deep love for the U.P. and hopes that one day, Yoopers will finally accept her as their own.
Dr.Kevin NoelDoctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Kevin is a recent graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic and attended Grand Valley State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Exercise Science. In Palmer’s clinic system, he worked as an intern in the rehabilitation department, focusing his efforts on sport and postural rehabilitation. He currently holds certifications from the Prague School of Rehabilitation in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) protocol and the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
In his spare time, Dr. Kevin enjoys coaching, spending time outdoors fishing, and working out as he believes being active is an integral component to health sustainability and “a body in motion, stays in motion”.
Samantha WetthuhnChiropractic Assistant
After spending 9 years living in the Grand Rapids area studying english and creative writing and fine-tuning her customer service skills, Sam moved back to her hometown of Gladstone in 2017.
First coming to IWC as patient working to manage daily migraines, she joined the team in 2018 as the self-proclaimed chaos coordinator. She’s here to keep everyone who works here on task and everyone who comes in scheduled & entertained...plus a bunch of other really boring, organizational stuff.
Sam enjoys a cup of coffee, a good book, relaxing with her two dogs, and exploring the UP with her wife, Amy.