Spine specialist, Dr. Richard Dybowski shares one of the most difficult types of back pain to treat, a disc sequestration or disc fragment.
Dr. R.B. Dybowski graduated from Warren Fitzgerald High School, Oakland University then Palmer Chiropractic College in 1977. After one year of practice in Madison Heights, he opened the Utica Chiropractic Clinic, P.C.
Since Dr. Dybowski has been involved in many sports throughout his life, an interest in sports injuries comes naturally. Medical referral and acceptance of these referrals has been a hallmark of our practice. Multiple advanced and continuing education courses have been completed since his graduation. He is a certified Cox Technic doctor.
Spine specialist, Dr. Joel Kirsch from Birmingham, Michigan shares two patient stories with our listeners and we get to hear from one of those patients as well.
Dr. Kirsch earned his bachelors degree in exercise science from Indiana University in 2003 and doctorate of chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences in 2006. He is a candidate for a Diplomate Degree in Chiropractic Rehabilitation (ACRB), after taking more than 300 hours of post-graduate rehab courses. He is also a member of the International Society of Clinical Rehab Specialists (ISCRS).
Dr. J has worked with many of the world's foremost experts in spinal care and rehabilitation, becoming certified in Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction Manipulation . In the last few years, he has traveled across the country, and as far as Australia and Europe to bring his patients the latest and most-effective treatment available.
Spine specialist, Dr, Bryce Milam discusses a spinal condition called spondylolisthesis treated non-surgically with Cox Technic.
Dr. Bryce Milam is a 1982 graduate from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon. He is also a graduate of the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, the American Academy of Manual and Physical Medicine, and is a certified member of Cox ® Technic , one of only seven certified in the state of Oregon. He started the clinic with a vision to help others and become a rock in the Parkrose community. Over the years his clinic has grown and now shares this vision with Dr. Jackie Cashion, Dr. Daniel Capitano and Dr. Evan Halbert.
Spine specialist, Dr. David Ward and his patient share their story of disabling back and leg pain in a new mom.
Dr. David Ward grew up in Adrian Michigan. It was there that he was first introduced to Chiropractic. After being treated by the hometown chiropractor, he knew he wanted to help heal people just like his chiropractor had done for him.
He soon took off for Central Michigan University to do his undergraduate studies, before moving to Davenport Iowa to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Since his graduation, he has worked in clinics ranging as far and wide as Hyderabad, India. He finally found his home in Grand Rapids MI, and in October 2008 he opened the doors to Active Life Chiropractic. Dr. Ward is also the team chiropractor for the Grand Raggidy Roller Derby team.
Dr. Ward is proud to be a part of one of the largest philanthropic organizations in the world, the Shiners Hospitals. The Shiners Hospitals are committed to helping children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs. His clinic has also helped raise over 60,000.00 for Cystic Fibrosis research.