DR. TANYA DEJKUNCHORN
Dr. Tanya Dejkunchorn graduated from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a member of the International Chiropractic Association, the Michigan Association of Chiropractors, The Michigan Chiropractic Pediatric Association and the Michigan Chiropractic Legal Action Counsel. She currently serves as a diplomat to the National Board of Chiropractic, as well as the Michigan Board of Chiropractic. She is also an active community speaker for the Michigan WorkSafe Program. She has cared for pro-athletes of the NBA, NHL, and NFL. The technique Dr. Tanya utilizes is based on Chiropractic Biophysics. With this procedure, Dr. Tanya will not only help diminish your symptoms, but more importantly she will focus on restoring the spine towards a normal configuration through structural correction and human posture – so you can feel and see the difference.
DR. Blake laursen
An Iowa native, Dr. Laursen earned his Bachelor's in biology from Buena Vista University, and his Doctorate from Cleveland University-KC, graduating magna cum laude and valedictorian of his class. Dr. Laursen had the opportunity to work at both the Kansas City Veterans Hospital and Duchesne Clinic, allowing him the opportunity to practice an integrated approach to patient care. His passion is to provide conservative, research driven care which centers around the patient. In his free time, he enjoys traveling and is working towards a goal of 30 countries by the time he turns 30
Dr. Amy's first introduction to chiropractic came at the age of 16, following a car accident. She found that, together with physical therapy, chiropractic kept her in optimal condition for volleyball, track and soccer. When she turned 18 she started working at a chiropractic office where she saw many cases of how spinal care would help free people from pain, recover from injuries without drugs, while preventing unnecessary surgeries. It was these experiences that inspired her to pursue her career in chiropractic.
Dr. Amy completed her undergraduate work at the University of Windsor where she attained a Bachelors degree in Human Kinetics. She received her doctorate in Chiropractic from The National University of Health Sciences in December 2004. While in school, Dr. Amy was an active member of student council, a soccer coach, and teaching assistant in the departments of Anatomy and Chiropractic Technique. Dr. Amy has completed 100 hours of post graduate work in Acupuncture and has attended several seminars in sports specific injuries and rehabilitation.
Dr. Amy is married, has two children and a dog named Jack. When she finds some free time, she likes to coach her kids soccer teams, read and exercise.