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510 W. Savidge Street, Suite E

Spring Lake, MI 49456 US



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Dr. Sara Young

  • "At 36 weeks pregnant I found out my 2nd baby was breech. I had been preparing myself and body for a 100% drug free and all natural child birth and the news hit me hard. I called Dr. Sara from my OB parking lot and she got me in right away. After only a few visits, my baby girl flipped! I continued to see Dr. Sara for the duration of my pregnancy and even saw her in the beginning of labor for a quick adjustment :) My little girl was born on her due date, 100% natural and weighing in at a healthy 9lbs 6oz and 22 inches long! We love Dr. Sara!! Kara B.

    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. By treating the whole body Dr Sara helped me learn how to take care of myself and maintain a higher level of health. A priceless gift, thank you!"
    - Frank C.
  • "After hearing the results my neighbors experienced with Dr. Sara I decided to check out chiropractic care for myself. The results I have made after less then a month of care have been amazing. I am able to walk at a faster pace, go down the stairs easier without the fear of falling, and stand taller. Also, I've been getting compliments from co-workers about how I look as though I am slimming down! I will be with Lakeshore Family Chiropractic Health & Wellness for a long time!"
    - Sherry K.
  • "Four months ago I started to suffer from pain in my back and hips during my high school softball season. The pain greatly affected my overall performance in athletics and progressed until I was unable to get out of bed in the morning. I was constantly uncomfortable whether I was at school or on the field. I began treatments with Dr. Sara Young hoping to ease the pain while I continued through my softball season. I found my visits to Lakeshore Family Chiropractic not only enhanced my athletic performance but I began feeling changes in my overall health as well. I feel more comfortable in my body than I have for many months. I can get out of bed feeling rested and ready for the day without pain. I exercise more often and move freely. I would recommend Dr. Sara Young to all athletes as well as anyone who wants to improve their overall well being."
    - Rebecca S.
  • "I have suffered from severe chronic headaches and migraines for almost 8 years. I have been to numerous Doctors, Massage Therapists, Neurologists and Chiropractors, nothing seemed to help. I met Dr. Sara and immediately had a good feeling about her. After my first appointment I knew I was headed in the right direction. Dr. Sara helped the severity and frequency of my headaches. She has also helped me with the tension in my neck and back, my diet, and controlling the daily stressors that can cause health problems. Since I have been seeing Dr. Sara I am beginning to feel like I know have control over my body. Dr. Sara has helped me to understand that there are many different elements that may be involved in health issues. Dr. Sara is a wonderful chiropractor and she is passionate about helping people solve their problems."
    - Katie B.

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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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