Dr.John M. DiMasiDC, BCAO
Dr. John DiMasi received his doctorate in 1992 from Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he was also President of the Atlas Orthogonal Club and student representative for the International Chiropractors Association. Born and raised in Macomb County, Dr. DiMasi attended Chippewa Valley High School and did his undergraduate studies at Wayne State University while working as a chiropractic assistant.
Dr. DiMasi worked with many of the current chiropractic innovators, including Dr. Frederick Vogel, Dr. Weldon L. Derifield, and Dr. Roy Sweat. While working with Dr. Sweat, creator of the Atlas Orthogonal procedure, he earned his Board Certification in Atlas Orthogonal adjusting. In addition to Atlas Orthogonal, Dr. DiMasi utilizes spinal decompression, Diversified, extremity adjusting, Thompson and Cox-Distraction techniques in the treatment of his patients.
An avid fisherman, Dr. DiMasi currently resides in Macomb County with his two children, and has been practicing chiropractic for over 25 years.
Dr.Theodore M. KouklesDC
Dr. Theodore Koukles is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic where he earned his Basic Science Degree and received his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Prior to attending Palmer College, his undergraduate studies were done at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.
Dr. Koukles has practiced in Eastpointe for over 30 years. During this time, he successfully obtained his Diplomat status in orthopedics and became a Certified Sports Physician. He has completed post graduate studies in extremity adjusting, biomechanics and spinal rehabilitation techniques. Dr. Koukles has taken his experience in sports and rehabilitative medicine and integrated it into a comprehensive health care approach. He continues to keep up with the latest techniques by attending continuing education seminars throughout the year.
He is proficient in the following techniques: Atlas Orthogonal, spinal decompression, Diversified, extremity adjusting, Pettibon, Thompson, Cox, Activator and myofascial release, and is a member of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors, the Macomb County Chiropractic Association, the American Chiropractic Association, and the Palmer Alumni Club.
Dr.Steven L. VergoteDC
Born and raised in Macomb County, Dr. Vergote attended L’Anse Creuse North, Eastern Michigan University, and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1985. He started full time practice in 1985, and decreased to part-time in 1989 as the family business required more of his time.
He moved to Florida in 2005 to begin a career as a high-school teacher and college professor in biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology courses. After returning home to Michigan, Dr. Vergote is still teaching high school and coaching sports in addition to his work as a chiropractor.
Dr. Vergote is proficient in pediatric and sports chiropractic, as well as Atlas Orthogonal, Nimmo-receptor tonus, Cox-Distraction, Diversified, SOT, Cranial, Applied Kinesiology (AK), and Activator methods and looks forward to taking care of your chiropractic needs.
Dr. Vergote is currently residing in Macomb County with his wife of 31 years, and has two children and two grandchildren.
Dr.Ryan P. MaloneyDC
Dr. Ryan Maloney graduated with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA in 2018. Prior to chiropractic school, he graduated from Adrian College with a Bachelor’s degree in exercise science and played four years of collegiate hockey. Dr. Ryan has been a resident of Macomb County for the past 20 years where he attended Eisenhower High School.
Dr. Ryan is proficient in Diversified, extremity adjusting, Thompson, Cox-Distraction techniques and is currently learning the Atlas Orthogonal procedure under the tutelage of Dr. DiMasi.
If you have any questions about our Clinton Twp chiropractors, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at East Detroit Chiropractic Center, please call us at 586-477-1800 today!