To begin with, thank you for taking the time to read this letter. I want you to feel comfortable with me and our office. Your choice of healthcare professionals in your life is very important. I am glad you are learning more about me.
In 1996, I began my journey to become a chiropractor. I graduated from Life University College of Chiropractic in September of 2000. I also have a B.S.B.A. from Central Michigan University, majoring in both Human Resource Management and Psychology.
Like many people, I was in need of pain relief. My introduction to chiropractic came by way of sports. I was swinging for the fences in pony league baseball and something happened to my back.
The pain was excruciating. I was 14 and was already receiving my first series of adjustments. I continued to get adjusted throughout my high school career. My chiropractor told me this would keep me healthy and in peak performance. He was right.
This is how it works.
A healthy spine and nervous system, and many other factors, play important roles in restoring and maintaining health. Keeping the spine and nervous system free of interference will help the body work better. Every cell, tissue, and organ in the body is controlled by the nervous system, the “Master System” of the body.
I grew up in Sunfield and went to Lakewood. Sarah and I got married in 2003. Leo, our little boy, joined us in 2004. Sienna, our baby girl was born in 2006. Tessa, is our newest addition and was born in 2010. Family is so important to our practice. I want everyone to know that we are a family resource for wellness.
We enjoy fitness. Even though it is hard to fit into the normal day, we try to stay as active as possible. We have workshops on other factors of health like: exercise, nutrition, and relaxation.
Lake Chiropractic Center has been in operation and growth since July of 2001. Our office utilizes advanced postural based adjusting techniques for correction of vertebral subluxation. Continued education is very important to all of us. We train as a team on a weekly basis and travel to seminars across the country three to four times a year.
If you have any questions you can contact me directly at (517) 622-8552 or email me:
Yours in health,
Chad M. Lake, D.C.