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32595 Grand River

Farmington, MI 48336 US

(248) 471-1250

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About Us

Meet Your Chiropractor in Farmington

At Anchor Health & Wellness, our chiropractor in Farmington and her dedicated team are proud to have been serving the surrounding areas for more than 30 years. Specializing in safe, natural, and comprehensive health and wellness services, our skilled and experienced team is here to serve you with the highest standard of care. Whether you're in need of chiropractic services, injury treatment, nutritional counseling or anything in between—you're always in good hands here.

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Meet Our Farmington Chiropractor

What sets Anchor Health & Wellness apart from many other chiropractic offices in the area is that we believe in taking a "whole body" approach to health and wellness—both in theory and in practice. We have been in the business long enough to understand that there is no such thing as a "one-size-fits-all" approach to treatment, and each patient is unique in their specific needs. As such, we always take the patient's unique needs and lifestyle into consideration when building a fully customized treatment and wellness plan.

Our very own Farmington chiropractor, Dr. Michele Foxworthy, has been rated the area's top female chiropractor and has been practicing for more than 30 years. She completed her Doctorate in Chiropractic in 1983 at Sherman Chiropractic College in South Carolina after developing a strong interest in health and wellness throughout her high school years.

A Michigan native, Dr. Foxworthy moved back to the area to practice in Farmington, where she has been working ever since. She has numerous areas of expertise, including:

  • management of neuro-musculoskeltal conditions
  • neck and back pain
  • arm and leg pain
  • disc disorders
  • spinal joint problems
  • sciatic nerve pain

In our office, Dr. Foxworthy performs hands-on spinal adjustments, trigger point therapy, spinal decompression, and a number of additional treatments to people of all ages.

Services Offered & Conditions Treated

We treat a wide range of conditions at Anchor Health & Wellness, ranging from chronic back and/or neck pain to arm and shoulder pain, headaches/migraines, scoliosis, herniated discs, and more. Below is a sampling of some of our more common services offered:

Chiropractic Care - including spinal adjustment using techniques like Gonstead Thompson, Pierce, Palmer, Toggle, and Activator. We also offer spinal decompression for herniated discs or sciatic nerve pain. We also offer dedicated pregnancy and prenatal chiropractic.

Massage Therapy - often recommended in combination with chiropractic care, our massage in Farmington is ideal for promoting healing and relieving pain.

Nutritional Counseling - learn how to properly fuel your body to reach your health and wellness goals with nutritional counseling from our team of professionals. We can also recommend lifestyle changes to optimize your results.

Schedule an Appointment With Our Farmington Hills Chiropractor

If you're interested in scheduling an appointment with our Farmington Hills chiropractor, give us a call today at 248-471-1250. Our Anchor Health & Wellness team would be happy to answer any questions you may have and find an appointment date and time that works with your busy schedule.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00am

7:00pm

Wednesday:

9:00am

6:00pm

Thursday:

9:00am

7:00pm

Friday:

9:00am

5:00pm

Saturday:

8:00am

12:00pm

Sunday:

closed

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