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  • Dr.
    Leigh Elceser

    Service is the word that comes to mind when I think of what is most important to me. It has been my honor to serve patients in my office since 1994. Chiropractic is more to me than just straightening spines. It is about assisting our patients in achieving a better quality of life through optimal nervous system function.

    To me it is also important to serve your profession no matter what profession that might be. I have served on the board for our state chiropractic association for 5 years. I continue to serve on several committees that help to ensure that chiropractic care will be available to the people of Michigan far into the future.

    I think it is a blessing for anyone to receive recognition for the work they do. I have been humbled to receive several awards from the Michigan Chiropractic Society including Chiropractor of the Year as well as the Presidential Leadership Award.

    One of my greatest joys is serving as an extension faculty member of Palmer University. This gives me the opportunity to assist students in their final year of Chiropractic College prepare to enter the health delivery system. It is important that physicians realize the great responsibility that we have placed upon us as our patients allow us to participate in the most valuable aspect of their lives….. their health.

  • Dr.
    Renee Statfield

    Dr. Renee Statfield is a nationally board certified Traditional Naturopathic Doctor and a nationally certified, state licensed massage therapist and bodyworker.

    She studied massage at Irene’s Myomassology Institute and went on continuing her education through the Upledger Institute focusing on Cranial Sacral Therapy and Lymphatic Drainage. She is currently a teacher’s assistant for Cranial Sacral level one.

    She also has studied Reiki I & II with William Rand at the International Center for Reiki Training.

    In her quest for natural means of self and client wellness she studied at the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education earning her doctorate in traditional naturopathy.

    Her work background includes Spas, Chiropractic, Pain and Rehabilitation and Health Education teaching.

    Modalities that Dr. Statfield uses but not limited to are Cranial sacral, lymphatic drainage, nutrition and custom diet plans including herbs and supplements, Flower Remedies, Homeopathics, Magnet therapy, tuning forks and more.

    Renee’ is looking forward to work with you and your family to provide health and balance in your life.

  • Haley Graves

    I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2014. My passion is helping patients reach their full health potential. Dr.Leigh & I collaborate by reviewing your health history as well as sharing current data such as X-rays & our examinations. Together we establish a care plan to get and keep you well & balanced.

  • Laura Gilbert

    I have had the pleasure of being on staff at Joslyn Chiropractic Center since 1999.  For the last several years and currently, my position is office manager.  I handle all aspects of insurance. Whether it is finding out your chiropractic benefits, billing your insurance, or if an issue arises with insurance; I am more than happy to help you.

    The part of my job I love the most is the patients!  Over the years, I have seen many peoples lives changed for the better through chiropractic care my own family included.  Helping people to understand how chiropractic can help them and those they love is very rewarding. Nothing is more of a blessing to me than to be able to use my knowledge of insurance and chiropractic to help make someone's life better!

  • Angela Howe

    I started working at Joslyn Chiropractic Center in August 2012. I became a patient at the same time. Within weeks my four children and eventually my husband had become patients as well. Dr. Leigh and chiropractic care have been such a blessing to my family. The changes in my children’s health have been invaluable. From fewer colds, earaches, to my daughter receiving laser therapy on her knee during/after softball season.

    I have enjoyed working here this past year. From my first day here I admired the relationship I saw the other chiropractic assistants have with patients and I am happy to say that I have “my own” patients that I have bonded with and care very much for. I wish more people would choose chiropractic care for their families.

  • Kelly Dunn

    I have been a patient for several years before joining the staff at JCC.  My family along with myself have benefited greatly due to the care we receive from Dr. Leigh.  It is a wonderful place to work with amazing patients that make you feel like family.  Everyone should get chiropractic care at any age, you will see the difference.

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Monday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

2:30 pm-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

By Appointment

Wednesday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

2:30 pm-7:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

2:30 pm-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Closed

Saturday:

9:00 am-11:00 am

Closed

Sunday:

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