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510 W. Savidge Street, Suite E

Spring Lake, MI 49456 US


Meet the Staff

  • Kristen Hardesty
    Office Manager

    Kristen began working for Lakeshore Family Chiropractic Health and Wellness in January 2013.  Kristen oversees all aspects of the office.  From ensuring everyone receives an excellent experience to answering all of your insurance and scheduling needs.

    Kristen is also here to help educate and promote a healthy chiropractic lifestyle.  She has seen firsthand the benefits of chiropractic with her 6 children. As a busy mom of 6 and wife the importance of health and wellness can't be denied.

  • Pamela Sheets
    Licensed Massage Therapist

    Pamela Sheets is a licensed massage therapist in the state of Michigan and has been working and Lakeshore Family Chiropractic Health and Wellness since 2012.  She graduated in 2005 with her certificate in massage therapy from Spring Renewal in Saugatuck, MI.  She obtained her associates degree in massage therapy in 2011 from Baker College of Muskegon.   Pamela is also a Reiki Master and Ama-Deus master energy practitioner.

    Pamela specializes in Therapeutic and relaxation massage, deep tissue manipulation, pregnancy massage and myofascial release massage. She also can provide services for reflexology, acupressure points, lymphatic drainage, chair massage, energy work and essential oil therapy.

  • Melissa Dohrn
    Licensed Massage Therapist

    Melissa Dohrn moved to Western Michigan and joined Lakeshore Family Chiropractic Health and Wellness in January of 2016.

    Melissa received her massage therapy training at Carlson College of Massage Therapy (Stone City, Iowa) where she was a 1997 graduate.  Melissa is a licensed massage therapist in both Michigan and Iowa. She is also Board Certified through the National Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.  She has been a member of the American Massage Therapy Association since 1999.  

    Melissa has been able to help her clients achieve lasting results from chronic headaches, neck and shoulder pain, low back dysfunction, and sports injuries, to name a few.  Melissa utilizes a combination of myofascial release, deep tissue, trigger point release therapy and active-isolated stretching as well as traditional Swedish massage techniques to help her clients through massage therapy.

  • Hannah Zarzecki Hannah Zarzecki
    Licensed Massage Therapist

    Hannah Zarzeck is a 2017 graduate of Baker College of Muskegon.  She has an Associate's Degree in Applied Science with a two-year study of Therapeutic Massage.  She is licensed by the state of Michigan and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.

    Hannah utilizes a combination of techniques to help client's decrease and manage pain such as gentle rocking techniques to relax muscles and calm the nervous system, Swedish massage strokes to promote overall relaxation of the body, deep tissue techniques to treat musculat restrictions, and trigger point release techniques to treat trigger points within muscles that cause radiatiing pain and muscular dysfunction.

    Hannah is passionate about helping clients get relief from both acute and chronic overall pain and allowing them to be able to go about their normal daily activities pain free.  She is also a group fitness instructor and is passionate about overall health and wellness as well as proactive and preventative care for the whole body.

  • Terra Joneson Terra Joneson
    Licensed Massage Therapist

    Terra Joneson is a graduate of Everst Institue- Grand Rapids.  She's licensed in the state of Michigan and has been practicing massage since April 2013. 

    Before being a massage therapist she practiced as a physical therapist assistant for 10 years.  Her job as a PTA taught her the love of manual massage and body work as well as the benefits of massage for relaxation and therapeutic needs.  She specializes in sports massage, medical massage, prenatal, hot stones and aromatherapy.  Her style is specific to the individual client decreasing chronic pain and muscle tightness due to injures or daily life activities.

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Spring Lake Office


9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm



3:00 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm


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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I highly recommend Dr. Sara. Her approach to healing is refreshing as well as effective. I waited until the pain was so bad I could hardly walk to see her. I noticed some immediate relief on the first visit, and I was better than normal after a few weeks..."
    Frank C. - Spring Lake, MI

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