Dr. Marc Terebelo

Dr. Marc Terebelo Applied Kinesiology Southfield MI ChiropractorDr Marc Terebelo has been a Chiropractic Physician for over 31 years and the owner of Chiropractic Wellness Center, Michigan. He is knowledgeable in many different holistic techniques and molds his treatment approach to what works best for the individual patient.  Dr Terebelo studied under Dr. George Goodheart, founder and developer of Applied Kinesiology, and Dr. Ellen Cutler, the founder and developer of the BIOSET system of allergy desensitization.Dr. Marc Terebelo DC Southfield Chiropractor

Applied Kinesiology techniques allow Dr Terebelo to: *specifically locate and correct spinal misalignment (vertebral subluxation) and soft tissue injuries (disc, muscle and ligament) *work with acupuncture points *perform cranial-sacral therapy with TMJ *accurately utilize nutrition to support the body to heal and maintain good health *The BIOSET method allows Dr Terebelo to explore the effect of food and environmental sensitivities as it relates to his patient’s health Dr Terebelo has been the recipient of 17 awards of commendation and excellence from the Michigan Chiropractic Society (now the Michigan Association of Chiropractors) and a member of the International College of Applied Kinesiology since 1986. Dr Terebelo is well-known in the community as a teacher of holistic education.  For 14 years he has taught a 10-session course entitled, “Fundamentals of Muscle Testing”, for those interested in learning more about the latest breakthroughs in holistic healthcare. Dr Terebelo successfully treats the whole family from the youngest to the eldest providing comprehensive holistic care from chiropractic adjustments to advanced diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of health challenges.  Through attention to the spine and the nervous system and providing appropriate individualized nutrition, Dr Terebelo achieves impressive results that keep his patients healthy and vibrant. 

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