“The Greatest Service One Can Provide Is To Positively Impact The Health Of Others”
Dr. Ryan Burke was born and raised in the Metro Detroit area. After graduating from the University of Michigan, he began a career in finance. After years of successfully working in the corporate environment, he sought a career in which he could positively impact the lives of others.
This calling lead him to leave his corporate finance job to pursue Chiropractic.
Dr. Burke is very knowledgeable, friendly and warm. He truly cares about his patients and you can tell he loves what he does.
Dr. Burke's approach to chiropractic is a bit different than many traditional chiropractors in Ann Arbor. He has received advanced training in pre-natal and pediatric adjusting as well as clinical nutrition, functional lab testing and pediatric health disorders. He uses state of the art equipment and analysis to deliver gentle, precise adjustments to correct structural shifts in patients' spines.
He specializes in using a "whole person" approach in order to identify underlying causes of patient's problems and develop long-term solutions. Dr. Burke's goal is not only to alleviate individual's symptoms, but also to help them achieve maximum health and live a full and vibrant life.
Graduated with high distinction from The University of Michigan — Dearborn Honors Program
Magna Cum Laude Graduate of Life University Doctor of Chiropractic Program
Advanced training in pre-natal adjusting, pediatric adjusting, the Webster Technique, clinical nutrition, spinal correction, nervous system balancing, physiotherapy, functional lab testing and pediatric health disorders
Advanced proficiency certified in Activator Methods Technique
“I Highly Recommend Dr. Ryan Burke”
“Dr. Burke is awesome! I drive from Plymouth, around 25 minutes, even though there are a bunch of good chiropractors in my area.
One of the many things I like is that Dr. Burke doesn't do the twisting and popping type of manipulation. I especially don't like that on my neck.
With his method, I feel better after I go, and I can feel the difference when I haven't gone in a little while.”
Patient of Dr. Burke