Hey there! I’m Dr. David Swain, a native Michigander born and raised in Metro Detroit.
I attended Western Michigan University for undergraduate training earning a B.Sc in Interdisciplinary Health Services. I went on to earn my Doctorate in Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in Chicago, IL.
While attending NUHS, I was a graduate teaching assistant in the Anatomy and Physiology Department under the supervision of Dr. Khan, MD. I’ve earned over 250 hours of advanced coursework in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie Method), Pain Mechanism Classification Systems, which was founded at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, and coursework in manipulation and manual therapy from the Motion Palpation Institute.
I have a passion for helping others and providing people with a solution to their frustrations, which is what got me into Chiropractic. I utilize a reliable evidence-based mechanical assessment, the McKenzie Method, that is aimed at helping you understand and solve your problem. Pain and disability can be difficult to handle and at times frustrating.
“It is my goal to find you a solution, not just a quick fix.”
Nobody should have to suffer and experience disability on his or her own. It is my goal to find you a solution without unnecessary treatments, and not just a quick fix. In doing so you will gain a better understanding of your condition(s) and how to manage it on your own without relying on someone attempting to heal or fix you. This is where the magic happens. We aren’t saving lives but we are saving lifestyles.
I enjoy spending time with my fiancée Whitney, friends, and family, as well as fishing, golf, hockey, and outdoor activities.