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32595 Grand River

Farmington, MI 48336 US

(248) 471-1250

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Meet The Team

  • Lauren Nash
    Office Manager / Insurance

    Lauren is our office manager/ insurance person and has been involved in the chiropractic profession since 1984.  She is quite experienced in the ever changing world of insurance coverage and billing.  Lauren is very helpful to all of our current & new patients in explaining their coverage, benefits and billing questions. You can count on her for help with all your insurance needs.

  • Kathryn Krist
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Kathy is our Chiropractic Assistant. A previous and current patient herself, she is able to share with patients the importance of a healthy lifestyle, which includes Chiropractic Care.  Her friendly demeanor and positive attitude adds to the over all wellness energy of the office. 

  • Amanda Mcnitt

    Amanda graduated from Irene's Myomassology Institute in 2004.  She has been with the Anchor Family since 2008.  She specializes in Deep Tissue Massage with Trigger Point Release, Sports Massage with gentle passive stretching to increase range of motion, Myofascial Release Techniques for Carpal Tunnel, Sciatica...Amanda has worked in rehab facilities before joining the Anchor Family, which gives her the knowledge she uses to determine the right treatment plan for her clients.  She supports regular chiropractic care with massage as they compliment each other and the patient benefits from overall wellness. She is a valuable asset to the Anchor Family.

  • Danylle Engatios

    Danylle is a Licensed Certified Massage Therapist.  She specializes in Deep Tissue and Therapeutic Massage, Sports / Myofascial / Swedish Massage.  She is a graduate of Irene's Myomassology Institute of Southfield.  Danylle has worked in other Chiropractic facilities, which makes her a good fit with Anchor, because she understands the Wellness aspect of Massage and Chiropractic working together.

Chiropractic & Massage Therapy- serving Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Novi area for over 30 years.


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