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Meet the Staff

  • Amanda
    Office Manager & Chiropractic Assistant

    Amanda is the Office Manager & Chiropractic Assistant at Semlow Chiropractic, as well as, Dr. Kirk's wife.  Amanda and Dr. Kirk have a son Krue and daughter Kendall.  Amanda enjoys being outdoors, hiking, running and spending time with friends and loved ones.  Amanda is here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have.  Feel free to call us!  We look forward to seeing you soon!

  • Karla
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Karla is our star Chiropractic Assistant at Semlow Chiropractic.  She joined our team in June 2011.  Karla has two dogs Duke and Nala whom she enjoys spending time with.  Karla also enjoys running, being outside, and spending time with family and friends.  Karla is here to answer any health questions or concerns you may have!

  • Kali
    Chiropractic Assistant

    Kali is our Chiropractic Assistant, she is currently attending Muskegon Community College to earn her undergraduate degree in Math and Science.  Kali enjoys riding her dirtbike, working out, hiking and biking.

  • Kari
    Chiropractic Assistants

    Kari is another of our Chiropractic Assistants.  She is currently in her last year of undergrad at Grand Valley State University majoring in Exercise Science with an emphasis on health-fitness instruction.  She enjoys gardening, running, hiking, and working at the Coffee Grounds with her dad.

  • Tracey
    Certified Massage Therapists

    Tracey is one of our Certified Massage Therapists.  Massage enhances the function of muscle and connective tissue and promotes relaxation.  Our Massage Therapists improve ROM (Range of Motion), circulation, and improve structural balance throughout the body.

  • Alyssa
    Massage Therapist

    Alyssa is another great Massage Therapist at our office.  She was born and raised in Grand Haven.  Alyssa graduated from Everest Institute with certification in Massage Therapy.  She has been working as a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2011.  Some of her main focus is deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, Swedish massage, sports massage and prenatal massage. She finds her job rewarding to help patients find pain relief and relaxation. 

  • Nick

    Nick graduated from Blue Heron Academy with a certification in Medical Massage Therapy and a National Board Certification through the NBCA.  He has been working as a licensed massage therapist since 2016 with some of his main focus being deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, and techniques to help improve ROM. Helping people find relief and feel better is extremely important.  To be a critical aspect in that process is an incredible feeling.

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