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Farmington, MI 48336 US

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At Anchor Health and Wellness, our Farmington Hills chiropractor and team are committed to serving you with the highest standard of care. For more than 20 years, our very own Dr. Foxworthy and team has been proudly serving Farmington Hills and the surrounding areas, providing a wide range of chiropractic and wellness services to help patients lead happier and healthier lives.

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Chiropractic Care and More in Farmington!

Whether you're looking for relief from chronic pain, treatment for a spinal injury or anything in between, our Farmington chiropractor is here for you. Below is a sampling of the many services we provide our patients.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is ideal for naturally and non-invasively treating injuries and medical conditions, such as back pain and sciatic nerve pain. Through the use of spinal adjustment techniques like Gonstead, Thompson, Pierce, Palmer, and more, we're able to improve the alignment of your spine and relieve symptoms. We also offer spinal decompression as part of our chiropractic care services, which is great for treating herniated discs as well as sciatic nerve pain.

General Wellness Care

Even if you're not suffering from an injury or medical condition, our general wellness care services can keep you feeling your best. We'll sit down with you and get to know you and your lifestyle, as well as your wellness goals. From there, we can come up with a customized wellness plan to help you care for your spine and, in turn, the rest of your body.

Lifestyle Changes

We'll sit down with you and review what a typical 24-hour period looks like to get to know your lifestyle. From there, we can make lifestyle recommendations to help you improve your health daily.

Nutritional Counseling and Weight Loss

Unhappy with your weight? Consider our weight loss and nutritional counseling services to meet your goals. We'll help you become better educated on the proper nutrition your body needs to lose weight, stay fit, and boost your immune system. We can also come up with a customized weight-loss plan to suit your goals.

Massage Therapy

Often recommended in conjunction with spinal adjustments, our massage therapy services help to promote healing, loosen tight muscles, and improve overall circulation throughout the body.

Stretches and Exercise

Let us show you some exercises and stretches you can do at home to help improve your range of motion and flexibility. These are great for restoring blood flow after an injury and helping you get back to your normal way of life.

Pregnancy and Prenatal Chiropractic

Pregnancy and prenatal chiropractic services can help you enjoy a smoother and more comfortable pregnancy and labor by ensuring proper spinal alignment.

Breast Thermography

This non-invasive breast health monitoring method is offered as a means of detecting potentially cancerous growths in the breast early on and without radiation.


Our custom orthotics help you achieve the arch and lumbar support you need to enjoy better posture. In turn, this can relieve back pain, neck pain, and other common symptoms.

Request Your Appointment with Our Chiropractor in Farmington

Schedule your appointment with our chiropractor in Farmington and Farmington Hills by calling Anchor Health & Wellness at 248-471-1250!


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