Monthly Archives: September 2010
Please check out this article about Vu Family Chiropractic in the Advance Newspapers.
BY ELSBETH HUSSEY
At The Vu family chiropractic clinic, they believe that chiropractic principle emphasizes that the body is a self-regulating, self-healing organism and that body function is controlled and coordinated by the brain, spinal cord, and the nerves that branch throughout the body. Located on Byron Center Avenue in Wyoming, Dr. Nam Vu of Vu Family Chiropractic is ready to show the local community what chiropractic care can do for a person’s well-being.
“I believe in the healing power of the body and the importance of being in alignment,” Vu said. Vu said he has a “toolbox of different treatments, including X-ray analysis, posture examination, nutritional supplements, wellness coaching, in-office exercise and stretch training, and incorporating massage therapy in the plan of care.
“There is a science in what we do, a philosophy and an art,” he said. Vu is a firm believer in treating the cause of disease instead of simply treating the symptoms.
Vu is a graduate of Grandville High School and Grand Valley State University. He is looking to the community to give him and his work the opportunity to set his patients on the path to better health.
He has been practicing chiropractic treatment for two years in Battle Creek and now has his own clinic, located at 5102 Byron Center Ave.
Since moving to the area from Vietnam in 1990, Vu has loved living in Grandville/Wyoming area, saying “It’s a very open-minded and hard-working community” and now that he has his own clinic in the area, his wish is to grow and prosper here.
He said he hopes to bring influences from his Vietnamese culture and Eastern medicine into his treatments, and he believes that being able to speak English and Vietnamese will allow him to provide equal care.
“Language can be a barrier, but also a tool that I want to use to provide great care for everyone,” he said.