Dr. Jeffrey Zehr is the founder and director of Zehr Chiropractic in Norton Shores, Michigan. He has been practicing upper cervical care in the area since 2002.

Dr. Zehr holds a masteral degree in Sports and Medicine. After completing his studies, he worked as an athletic trainer, then went to Palmer College to become a chiropractic doctor.

Over the years, he has helped more than 2000 patients in his practice. He believes that through chiropractic care, patients have a greater potential to heal and recover. By removing the interference in the spine, he believes that people can lead a happier and healthier life.

Technique/s: Upper Cervical, Atlas Orthogonal, Activator Technique

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Blogs by Dr. Zehr

Why It Took 150 Years to Find the Cause of Meniere’s Disease

A study was published after an upper cervical chiropractor cared for Meniere’s disease patients for 6 years. How does upper cervical chiropractic help with problems in the inner ear? Here are some findings from this extensive research. How a Cervical Misalignment Can Lead to Meniere’s Disease Injuries to the upper cervical spine due to concussions, whiplash, and other forms of head and neck trauma can affect the inner ear. In addition, it affects the central nervous system and causes all of the symptoms of Meniere’s like tinnitus, vertigo, hearing loss, and a feeling of fullness in the affected ear. But [...]

By |May 7th, 2017|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Why It Took 150 Years to Find the Cause of Meniere’s Disease

3 Diet-Related Migraine Triggers and 1 Natural Solution

Migraines are an extremely common problem, and many of the medications for dealing with them produce disappointing results. For one thing, many of these drugs have unwanted side effects. For another, most do nothing to prevent migraines from occurring – they merely provide symptomatic care. As a result, many are trying to determine their own unique migraine triggers so as to reduce migraines by avoiding the triggers. Others are going one step further and trying to find the underlying cause of their migraines. A Study Uncovers 3 Migraine Triggers According to researchers in Cincinnati, Ohio, 3 migraine triggers in food [...]

By |March 5th, 2017|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on 3 Diet-Related Migraine Triggers and 1 Natural Solution

The Most Likely Underlying Causes of Dizziness

Dizziness is a feeling of lightheadedness that generally serves as a symptom of an underlying condition rather than as an illness in itself. A person who is dizzy may also feel woozy or lose his balance easily. As a result, it is important to identify the underlying cause and find a way to stop the dizzy spells from recurring. Common Causes of Dizziness The following are some common causes of dizziness (in no particular order): Labyrinthitis – This is a condition that involves inner ear inflammation. As a result, the nerve that detects movement of the head becomes inflamed, and [...]

By |January 1st, 2017|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Most Likely Underlying Causes of Dizziness

The Combination of Migraines and Tension Headaches

Yes, migraines and tension headaches can occur together. They can be called mixed tension migraines, transformed migraines, chronic daily headaches, or chronic migraines. Most people do not realize that their migraine may be accompanied by a tension headache because the migraine pain is so severe it encompasses their attention. So, how can someone know if they are having two headaches at the same time? What Do a Migraine and Tension Headache Feel Like Together? Along with normal migraine symptoms, a person may also notice pain behind one eye, head or neck pain, and pressure like a band around the head. [...]

By |November 6th, 2016|Categories: Migraines / Headaches|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The Combination of Migraines and Tension Headaches
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