For a collaborative approach to individual health care by practitioners with a strong understanding of natural medicine, many who live and work in Heritage Hill and Eastown look to Grand Rapids Chiropractic and Acupuncture (GRCHAC).
During the first visit, a team of professional practitioners and support staff warmly welcome you, get acquainted with you, and learn more about your health needs. While information is shared, questions are encouraged at the first meeting and throughout your treatment. In every step of developing and implementing your exclusive treatment plan, GRCHAC’s holistic approach focuses on your health and wellness.
The GRCHAC team boasts four dedicated practitioners:
- Dr. Doug deVries, Chiropractor
- Kristin Swann, MAcOM, Acupuncturist and Licensed Herbalist
- Duffy Magin, Licensed Massage Therapist
- Carrie Bacon, MSTOM, Acupuncturist and Licensed Massage Therapist
Beyond a Local First membership and ongoing commitment to giving back to the Grand Rapids community, GRCHAC is also affiliated with several chiropractic and acupuncture associations.
Co-founder Kristin Swann says, “At GRCHAC, we stand by the effectiveness of hands on and natural medicines. We use the herbs and supplements that we prescribe for ourselves and our family. Our practitioners bring a solid knowledge of Western medicine practices and years of experience in the health care world.” Dr. Doug deVries adds, “All of us are dedicated to promoting wellness through injury prevention and health maintenance – and we educate and empower our patients to achieve these goals.”
To learn more about GRCHAC and achieving wellness through natural medicine, check out the website, blog and current class offerings below.
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