The Doctor

Dr. Sid Disbrow, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Disbrow has been in practice over thirty years as a Chiropractic Physician and Applied Kinesiologist. The past seventeen years he has been at his Grand Haven, MI location and prior to that he was in Plymouth, MI.

Dr. Disbrow holds a B.A. degree from Hope College and an M.A. degree from The University of Michigan. He received his D.C. degree from The National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Disbrow is a Diplomat of the American Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He is a certified specialist in Applied Kinesiology and he does extensive work in Sports Biomechanics. He is an Independent Medical Examiner for State Farm Insurance and for Certified Management Consultants. He served as a Chiropractic Physician and Applied Kinesiologist at the 2004 United States Olympic Trials for Track and Field in Sacramento, CA. He has been a guest lecturer in the Continuing Education Program of The University of Michigan Medical School.

He taught school in the Plymouth, MI school system. In addition to his teaching responsibilities Dr. Disbrow was a Track and Field Coach and also coached basketball at the Middle School level. He worked as a therapist on the Psychiatric Ward at Milan Federal Prison seeing individual patients as well as running small group therapeutic sessions.

He is a member of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors and the American Chiropractic Association. He is a winner of the American Chiropractic Association Journal Scientific Paper Contest. He is a published author:

“A Comprehensive Look at the Results of Sensory Deprivation, Its Relationship to the Somatic Structure, and Its Rationale for Chiropractic Psychotherapy.” ADA Journal

“A Consideration of Biomechanics in Low Back Pain and Injury Prevention in the Dental Profession.” West Michigan Dental Association Journal.

Dr. Disbrow holds many honors and awards; “Joseph Janse Administrative Council Award,” “Delta Tau Alpha Outstanding Senior Award,” “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities,” “Outstanding Young Men in America,” “Distinguished Leaders in Health Care” “Who’s Who in Chiropractic,” “Who’s Who in the Midwest,” “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare,” “Who’s Who in America,” “Guide to America’s top Chiropractors,” “Who’s Who in the World,” Dubridge Community Service Award from the Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce, and Rotarian of the Year from the Rotary Club of Grand Haven.

Dr. Disbrow is an active member and contributor to his community as a member of the Rotary Club of Grand Haven, Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce, Grand Haven Historical Society, Grand River Sailing Club, Spring lake Yacht club, member of First Presbyterian Church of Grand Haven where he sings in the choir and plays trumpet, Masonic Lodge, and the Scottville Clown Band.

Dr. Disbrow has been president of the Plymouth Rotary Foundation, president of the Plymouth Rotary Club, president of Plymouth Community United Way, Campaign Chairman for Tri-Cities United Way, District Conference Chairman for Rotary District 6290, and Elder, First Presbyterian Church, Grand Haven.

He is a member of the Alumni Associations of National University of Health Sciences, Hope College, University of Michigan, and is a member of the H Club at Hope College. Dr. Disbrow has been an active runner starting from his days as a varsity athlete at Hope College. He has run sixteen marathons including the Boston Marathon twice, and numerous River Bank Runs.

My Pledge to You

“I want to thank you for visiting our web site. We are dedicated to providing you with the very best possible Chiropractic and Applied Kinesiology therapy. We will do our very best to give your problems individualized attention and the very best care possible. This includes medical referral to the appropriate specialist as needed. Our pledge to you is that we only treat that which we can help. We are associated with numerous medical doctors and specialists to assist you with your medical problems and offer you an integrated approach to your health care. Chiropractic while it is an effective means of treatment does not cure all things. When appropriate we will refer you to who can help you best. Your health is our sole concern.”