Daniel E. Geck, DC

Chiropractor located in Ann Arbor, MI

About Dr. Geck

Daniel Geck, DC, is a licensed chiropractor with over 10 years of experience in functional medicine. He serves patients of all ages and all walks of life at Restorative Wellness Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In his practice, Dr. Geck emphasizes natural healing through deliberate lifestyle changes. 

Dr. Geck earned his undergraduate degree in exercise science from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He went on to get his doctoral degree in chiropractic medicine from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa. He has completed training in Neurological Integration System (NIS) and he’s certified in Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT).

While studying at Eastern Michigan University, Dr. Geck was an active member of the wrestling team. He served as a volunteer wrestling coach for a local high school following his formal education, and gained valuable experience working with active, performance-minded athletes during that time.

At Restorative Wellness Center, Dr. Geck takes an active approach to preventing disease and healing pain. He’s passionate about clinical nutrition and its effects on the body. He wants every patient to know that it’s possible to find relief from chronic afflictions. By addressing the root cause of pain and other health conditions, balance can be restored to the body.

Dr. Geck prioritizes continuing education and has over 300 hours of post-doctoral training in autoimmune disease, hormone imbalance, thyroid disorders, neurotoxic illness, metabolism disorders, and digestive problems. He also has over 100 hours of training in spinal, joint, and nervous system disorders.

An active member of the medical community, Dr. Geck participates in overseas chiropractic volunteer programs and promotes the benefits of functional medicine at home in Ann Arbor with regular free lectures. His goal and the goal of Restorative Wellness Center is simple: Help every patient achieve optimal wellness and fight disease with a patient-empowering approach.

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Daniel Geck, DC, is a licensed chiropractor with over 10 years of experience in functional medicine. He serves patients of all ages and all walks of life at Restorative Wellness Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In his practice, Dr. Geck emphasizes natural healing through deliberate lifestyle changes. 

Dr. Geck earned his undergraduate degree in exercise science from Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. He went on to get his doctoral degree in chiropractic medicine from Palmer College in Davenport, Iowa. He has completed training in Neurological Integration System (NIS) and he’s certified in Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT).

While studying at Eastern Michigan University, Dr. Geck was an active member of the wrestling team. He served as a volunteer wrestling coach for a local high school following his formal education, and gained valuable experience working with active, performance-minded athletes during that time.

At Restorative Wellness Center, Dr. Geck takes an active approach to preventing disease and healing pain. He’s passionate about clinical nutrition and its effects on the body. He wants every patient to know that it’s possible to find relief from chronic afflictions. By addressing the root cause of pain and other health conditions, balance can be restored to the body.

Dr. Geck prioritizes continuing education and has over 300 hours of post-doctoral training in autoimmune disease, hormone imbalance, thyroid disorders, neurotoxic illness, metabolism disorders, and digestive problems. He also has over 100 hours of training in spinal, joint, and nervous system disorders.

An active member of the medical community, Dr. Geck participates in overseas chiropractic volunteer programs and promotes the benefits of functional medicine at home in Ann Arbor with regular free lectures. His goal and the goal of Restorative Wellness Center is simple: Help every patient achieve optimal wellness and fight disease with a patient-empowering approach.


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