Relieving Pain Through Nonsurgical Treatment

Pain — you know, the kind that feels like a burning sensation deep beneath the skin causing never-ending waves of aches and discomfort — has been experienced by nearly everyone at some point in their lives. Pain is real and although it’s felt...

Heart's connection to Brain

Give Your Brain a Break, Keep The Blood Flowing

The two main blood vessels in the neck that supply blood to the brain are called the carotid arteries. When these arteries narrow, blood flow to the brain is reduced. This is called carotid artery stenosis. The gradual buildup of fatty substances...


Conquer Chiari – Walk Across America 2016

Dr. Holly Gilmer joined her past patients and their families and answered questions about Chiari during the Conquer Chiari Walk Across American on September 17, 2016 at Stoney Creek Metropark. The Conquer Chiari Walk Across America is a series of...


5 Tips for the Spring Athlete

Golf, Tennis, Running, Baseball, you can feel it in the air, right? It’s time to loosen up those couch potato muscles and get outside to play your favorite sports. But not too fast….Robert Farhat, D.O., physiatrist at Michigan Head & Spine...

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