About Us


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Dr. Michael Detweiler, D.C.

Palmer Graduate


Known across the nation as a highly-skilled chiropractor and health coach, Dr. Michael Detweiler, D.C., is passionate about teaching the principles of free-range wellness to those around him. Living on rolling acres in the great Midwest, Dr. Michael daily guides his herds over fertile pastureland, while guiding his patients on their wellness journeys – seeking vitality for all. When Dr. Michael’s not in his office, he can be found in his pasture, soaking up sun and wind under open sky.

Dr. Michaels’ life verse: “…. To know wisdom and instruction, to understand words of insight, to receive instruction in wise dealing, in righteousness, justice, and equity… Let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance…”

– Proverbs 1:1-6



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Dr. Susan Detweiler, D.C.

Palmer Graduate


Susan Detweiler, D.C. is recognized as an insightful medical practitioner with a vast array of knowledge and skills.

With a special heart for women’s health, she specializes in providing pre-natal and post-natal care and consulting for infants and their mothers.

Passionate about art in many forms, Dr. Susan creates beauty wherever she goes – in her garden, kitchen, with her family, and for her patients.

Dr. Susan’s life verse: “So we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, not by sight… So whether we are at home or away, we make it our aim to please him.”

– II. Cor. 5:6-9


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Rady Michael Detweiler

IT & Technological support


If you have an electrical/mechanical anything in your life, then you’ll wish you had Michael Detweiler Jr. to go with it. If it has gears, creates exhaust, or beeps in any way, Michael can work with it. When he’s not fixing up wires for electrical acupuncture or moving cows in the family pasture, Michael can be found in his garage – wrapping his deft hands around gears, exhaust, and things that beep.

 

Michael’s life verse: “And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.”

– Genesis 1:11



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Levi Detweiler

Former Office Manager


With an infectious personality and a smile to match, Levi Detweiler was the face and voice of the Detweiler’s office for several years.

 

With a variety of skills, including photography, gold-smithing, and more, Levi is currently living in Nashville, TN where he balances a fast-paced work life in multiple arenas – including working as an electrician and at an Apple fulfillment warehouse.

 

But… if you see a picture of a cow or a sunset around here that you really love, chances are, it came from Levi’s camera.


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Teo Detweiler

Culinary & Administrative Support


Teodora Serene is the youngest Detweiler daughter. A delightful young lady who brings rays of sunshine to her family’s home, she also serves as a key member of the Free-Range Wellness team. Inheriting her mother’s eye for art and her father’s “go-to” energy, Teo can be found in the pasture and in the office, assisting in countless indispensable ways. When she’s not working, she can be found creating tasty treats in the kitchen, or at the piano – improvising songs that flow from her heart.

Teo’s life verse: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

– John 3:16



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Aggie Mae

Four-footed friend


The highly-treasured four-footed member of the Detweiler clan, Aggie Mae is their adorable rat terrier. Cheerful yips and friendly yaps endear her to all. Good things DO come in little packages!

Her favorite things include tromping through pastures with Dr. Michael (yes, her little legs can keep up with his!), going places – like, everywhere – with Teo, and greeting visitors energetically. Sometimes…. A little too energetically. But her popularity has never been diminished in light of her good intentions.

At the end of the day, while the cows sleepily chew their cud, and the sun sets slowly over the western gate, Aggie finds her place on Dr. Susan’s lap – and there she cuddles until the lights go out.