About

Meet Dr. Brent Reeve

 

"I just wish I had known then what I know now,” admits Dr. Reeve. Growing up, he was heavily involved in many sports, climbing trees, and just your all around typical American boy with sometimes unexplained bumps, bruises, and cuts. Except he never received, or even knew about, chiropractic care because his parents were the old-fashioned type who rarely sought any type of medical treatment outside of emergencies.

"We always ate a pretty well-balanced diet, I stayed hydrated, and did plenty of exercise, suffered very few serious injuries, and very rarely was sick with anything more serious than the common flu. But something was missing. Had I received regular chiropractic care, I wouldn’t have some of the problems that I do now. This is why it is my goal to explain chiropractic, how the power that made the body heals the body through proper care, and that regular chiropractic care helps people life up to their potentials and lead better lives."

Dr. Reeve was born and raised about 40mi NE of Detroit and, barring his time attending the "Fountainhead of Chiropractic" Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, has lived in the great state of Michigan his entire life. He met his wife, Kerri, in Lansing while working full time at a hospital as a phlebotomist and also attending Baker College of Owosso and Lansing CC for his undergrad. Following graduation from Palmer, Dr. Reeve accepted an associate position at a successful Upper Cervical practice utilizing the QSM3 technique in Ann Arbor.

 

Dr. Reeve continues his education at numerous seminars throughout the country in a range of topics and disciplines, constantly striving to provide his patients with the best quality of care available. He is looking to get more involved in the community through volunteering and fundraising events throughout the year.

 

He still enjoys watching and playing numerous sports and various outdoor activities like camping, hunting, and fishing. Kerri and Dr. Brent do not have kids of their own yet, but they're always up for spending time with friends and family and love most dogs and cats.  
 

Dr. Brent Reeve

Comstock Park Family Chiropractic

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