• Stretching strategy
  • Why chiropractic works
  • Wellness strategies
  • Rotator cuff
  •  Postural correction
  • Fighting migraines
  • "Core" exercises
  • Benefits of massage

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Staff

Michelle came to join Schafer Chiropractic in 2011.  Her previous chiropractic experience includes four years as chiropractic office manager / massage therapist.  Beginning her career in  both the retail and financial industries, she felt the need to do more with her life.  By turning her focus to massage therapy, she was  able to follow her passion for helping people live healthy and productive lives .  She now continues her path by helping people experience similar benefits through chiropractic.  Her knowledge and experience are much appreciated at Schafer Chiropractic, as she is both front desk manager and senior massage therapist.  


  1. Nagging neck pain
  2. Running Injuries
  3. Computer ergonomics
  4. Sciatica

All of our massage therapists ask that you communicate openly and honestly about what you need help with so that they can create a massage that works specifically for you.  They are here to listen, help and heal.  All of our therapists also do manual therapies, including trigger point therapy, myofascial therapy, and manual stretching techniques. 

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Schafer Chiropractic requires all massage therapists to mainatin their State of Michigan license.

Andrew Schafer began his journey into the  health care field  by becoming a personal trainer in 1991.   He quickly found that while he was taught to train healthy people, (without medical complications)  his actual clients were anything but.  . They were in pain because they  did not exercise.  However,  exercising without any  guidance hurt them  even more.   Driven to find a better solution, Dr. Schafer graduated from National University of Health Sciences in 1998..  An avid runner, weight trainer and yoga enthusiast, he now encourages patients to find an exercise that works best for them.  His expertise lie in looking at both form (posture and alignment) and function (muscular component)  to find the source of pain, This naturally improves their mind-body connection. Completing his first marathon in 2011 was his way of leading by example.  He is now training for his first triathlon.  He sees patients with everyday muscle aches and joint pains, auto injuries, arthritis, disc herniations, nerve pain, as well as sports injuries.

Dr. Andrew Schafer

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Sheri Beth Schafer  is a Stress Management Consultant.  She is a licensed Massage Therapist, Reiki Master, Meditation Teacher, and Ayurvedic Bodyworker.  Sheri Beth has been teaching different forms of meditation for 20 years and studied with Deepak Chopra and Davidji among others. 

A believer in following your dreams she also works in the film industry and narrates audiobooks.  She is a member of the Producers Guild of America and an actress.  When she's not at the office you may catch glimpses of her on television or in films.   

Michelle Vigh

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Everyone in our office, from our receptionist to your chiropractor, has one goal in mind--to help you feel better fast. We know that when your body isn't in top shape that your entire outlook on life can be affected. That's why you'll always be greeted with a smile here and leave with an even bigger one on your face.