Charles McNinch, D.C.
Dr. Jamie McNinch is a Board certified Chiropractor in the State
of Michigan.  Founder of McNinch Chiropractic, Dr. Jamie is
transforming the health of hundreds of families in the Greenville
community, by teaching them how to achieve true health an
healing through maintaining a health spine an living a healthy
life style.  Dr. Jamie is passionate about empowering patients
with the knowledge that " the power that made the body, heals
the body" and that healing comes from within.  Dr. Jamie sees
amazing results with his patients because he makes it his top
priority to give patient's the most effective chiropractic treatment
and the most cutting edge information on health and wellness.

Community Involvement
Dr. Jamie believes that his success is a direct result of giving
back to the community.  He currently sponsors several youth
sports teams with the Community Recreation Department as
well many individuals who compete is dance or pageants. Dr.
Jamie also volunteers his time with the local schools, providing
free scoliosis screenings.  He has been involved for several
years with the Reality Store at Greenville Middle School as well
as the Mock Interviews for the Greenville High School.  He
donates to the local Boy Scout troop as well as a sponsor with
the Yellow Jacket Challenge 5K race.  He has been the sponsor
of the Belding High School Cross Country Camp for the past
couple years.  

Dr. Jamie received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the
prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa.  
He holds a Biology degree from Grand Valley State University.

Dr. Jamie has received advanced training in spinal correction,
sports injury and nutritional science and has access to the
latest scientifically based research and protocols.

Dr. Jamie prides himself on the fact that being a Palmer
graduate he is very versed in many techiniques.  He is proficient
is Diviersified, Gonstead, Thompson, Toggle Recoil and
Activator to name a few.  Every person is different so therefor
every technique must be unique for each individual.