Dr. Morgan Crowley, DC, BCAO

 

Dr. Crowley received her BS, Magna Cum Laude, from The University at Buffalo. She then continued to pursue her Doctor of Chiropractic from the prestigious Life University, graduating Cum Laude.

After researching the many different chiropractic techniques, Dr. Crowley found the Atlas Orthogonal Program.  This unique program is the most advanced iteration of upper cervical chiropractic that combines 3-D analysis and instrument adjusting.

 

Through the Atlas Orthogonal program, Dr. Crowley was able to relieve herself of chronic sinus infection, brain fog, and many other persistent chronic conditions that had plagued her since a motor vehicle accident as a child. 

 

It is now her passion to help other people who feel they have exhausted every other medical avenue and have no hope; to find new hope and healing through the power of the atlas orthogonal program.

Dr. Crowley is always willing to provide a complimentary consultation to those who seek her counsel regarding their upper cervical spine.
In her free time, Dr. Crowley spends time with her fiancé an astrophysicist at the University of Michigan.  

 

They enjoy hiking through our state, and national parks as well as cooking, scuba diving, and tending to their ever-growing garden

Dr. Brandon Brock, DC

Dr Brandon Brock received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport IA. While pursuing his doctorate,  he suffered from debilitating migraines that have consistently affected his life for many years.

It wasn’t until he researched the science behind upper cervical chiropractic care that he received his first atlas adjustment and found the cure to his migraines.

He completed his externship with Dr. Brett Owens DC DCCJP and then went to practice upper cervical in Phoenix, AZ until moving back home to Southeast MI.

Dr. Brock utilizes Atlas Orthogonal and Blair Upper Cervical techniques and also works on the rest of the spine with activator, Thompson and Webster techniques.