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Down to Earth Chiropractic & Rehabilitation

ContactDr. Kyle McKamey
EmailDrKyle@DrKyleMcKamey.com
Address114 Commercial St., 2nd Floor
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-462-9464

Dr. McKamey and his staff are dedicated to providing their patients with the most effective and efficient care possible.  They believe they have the best certified therapeutic massage therapists available in southwest Michigan.  Dr. McKamey offers services that other practices just don't have. 

Down to Earth Chiropractic strives to become your wellness partner and healthcare coach.  If you have been to other chiropractic clinics and had distasteful experiences, Dr. McKamey would like to show you what makes his practice different from the others.  Down to Earth Chiropractic is in-network wih most insurances, including BCBS and Michigan Medicaid.  It is also a provider for the Pokagon Band.

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Dowsett Chiropractic Health Center

ContactDr. Timothy Dowsett
EmailTJDowsett1@frontier.com
Address301 Commercial St
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-3247
Fax269-782-3326

DOWSETT

Dr. Dowsett is pleased to provide hands on, personalized treatment for conditions including, but not limited to: neck and back pain, arm and leg pain, headaches and most other issues involving the joints and musculature.

Born and raised in Dowagiac, Dr. Dowsett is community minded as he is an active board member and past president of the Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the Board for the Dowagiac Credit Union. He is a member of both the Michigan Association of Chiropractors and the American Chiropractic Association.

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Eckman Chiropractic Clinic

ContactJames Eckman
EmailDrJEckman@netscape.net
Address56119 M-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-1144
Fax269-782-1145

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    Money brings management, operational and event planning experience gleaned from over twelve years of employment at the University of Notre Dame to this Chamber of Commerce role.   Also, as a founding member of the Young Professionals Against Poverty in South Bend, Indiana, Money helped create, and then served as event director, for that community’s On the River Festival for eight years.  The event raised over $900,000 for South Bend’s Center for the Homeless.

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