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Dr. Bernard Hughey III is a native Michigander hailing from the New Boston area. Dr. Hughey’s interest in chiropractic care was sparked at the early age of 11. He visited the family chiropractor with his father after experiencing his own lower back pain. After simple chiropractic adjustments, he saw first hand the dramatic benefits of spinal adjustment on an individuals life and well being. Dr. Hughey’s dream of correcting personal, physical needs through chiropractic care had begun.
Upon completion of high school, Dr. Hughey attended what is now Life University in Marietta, Georgia. He was a member of the 1988 graduating class. Since graduation he has worked in 9 different chiropractic clinics gaining knowledge of different chiropractic treatment techniques. For the past 12 years, Dr. Hughey has been at his current office location in Westland, Michigan.
Dr. Hughey has over 20 years of experience in chiropractic practice and is licensed by the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners and a member of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors. These memberships allow Dr. Hughey to stay current on the latest chiropractic information, advancements in treatment techniques, and provide better quality of care.
“ I personally feel chiropractic care is the most valuable form of health care available. Chiropractic care focuses on the relationship between the spine (the center of the nervous system) and the overall well being of the entire body. We put nothing into the body and take nothing out. The less stress put on the body the quicker the body will heal. My dream of becoming a chiropractor started at an early age and today I am completely satisfied being able to use chiropractic care to benefit the physical well being of so many individuals.“ -- Dr. Bernard Hughey III