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Growing up in a family of chiropractors, I have seen firsthand over and over again the astonishing benefits of regular chiropractic care. I am a third generation chiropractor and a third generation graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. I chose to create Integrated Wellness Chiropractic to combine those chiropractic principles with sound wellness protocols to help the people of Marquette County achieve and enjoy their full health potential.
Wellness, in its true sense, involves taking your health and happiness to a level you previously thought as impossible. Connecting people with resources and opportunities to improve their health is a passion of mine and one of the main goals of this practice. Many of us have tried the same old things the same old ways over and over again with little or no success. I am excited to share new strategies and the latest in science and technology to break the mold and help you achieve your goals.
At Integrated Wellness Chiropractic, we focus on family care. I am a firm believer that we need to create an infrastructure of support and accountability to achieve our goals. Family and friendships are a great place to start. At Integrated Wellness Chiropractic, the clinic itself is a place of support and help along the way. No one should have to go it alone.
I can promise you that your experience here at Integrated Wellness Chiropractic will be unparalleled. We strive to exceed expectations, anticipate needs, and serve with compassion and skill.
I absolutely love the opportunity to share my vision and my services here in Marquette County. I was born in Ishpeming and attended Westwood High School. I did my undergraduate work at Northern Michigan University in Marquette where I met my amazing wife, and we jumped at the opportunity to move back to the UP after graduation from chiropractic school. I am an outdoor lover, mountain biker, and skier. This community has given me so much, and I am happy to attempt to return the favor.
My vision and mission for this practice is to help Marquette County become the healthiest and happiest county in Michigan. Please join me!
A Certified Massage Therapist since 2000, Adrienne Roberts, is our certified Active Release Technique practitioner. Adrienne grew up in Gull Lake, MI. When at the age of 3, her oldest daughter, Alexzandra, was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, she decided to pursue massage therapy to increase Alexzandra’s quality of life. She soon realized she could do this for others and has been using massage therapy to encourage healing ever since.
With over 13 years of hands on experience working with people, Adrienne brings a deep understanding of how the body works to the table. She is adept at perceiving the body’s needs and meeting them with support, intuition and appropriate technique. Adrienne believes in the body’s innate ability to heal itself and that massage therapy combined with Chiropractic care is key to restoring health and wellness to the body.
When not saving Marquette one massage at a time, Adrienne and her husband, Andrew, adore the craziness that their blended family of 5 children brings to their lives. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running and teaching Zumba. Adrienne is excited to be a part of the amazing things happening here at IWC.
Alexandra has practiced massage for eleven 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. Alex believes that beyond having solid understanding of how the body functions, the most important aspect of a successful massage is listening to her clients and providing the care they seek to restore their health. Stress can take a serious toll on all bodily functions, and Alexandra believes that massage is an integral aspect of well-rounded self-care.
Alex has a bachelor's degree from Northern Michigan University in Sociology with a minor in Native American Studies; and when she isn't massaging she can be found practicing and teaching yoga, getting outside as much as possible in any season, teaching herself guitar and ukulele, or volunteering with local environmental groups.