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Welcome to Van Skyhock Family Chiropractic! Our mission is to help as many people live healthier lives by receiving regular chiropractic adjustments at an affordable price.


Located in the heart of Traverse City, just West of Munson Hospital in the Oleson's West plaza. Our practice is operated by Dr. Justin Van Skyhock, DC.  Please Like our FACEBOOK page for keeping up with the exciting events at the office.

Patients seeking care at Van Skyhock Family Chiropractic are assured of receiving only the finest quality chiropractic care through the use of modern equipment and technology and a sincere desire to inspire all families to live healthier lives!

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Van Skyhock Family Chiropractic is the official team chiropractors for the Traverse City Beach Bums baseball team, TC Wolves football team, and the Traverse City Toxic Cherries roller derby!

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Yours In Health,

Dr. Justin Van Skyhock, D.C.
Traverse City Chiropractor | Van Skyhock Family Chiropractic |  231-922-0219


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "They have worked wonders for me! I feel great. The headaches have cleared 99%. They have a very positive office and I also have my husband and 3 children comng, my parents, in-laws, siblings, friends and neighbors. It's so awesome helping people find a healthier way of life!"
    C.R. / Traverse City
  • "My summer allergies were just starting and I had an ear infection. I came into the chiropractor's office and within 4 days my ear infection was gone. This is also the first summer in years that I haven't had to get allergy shots. Ever since I started getting adjustments, I've had more energy, been healthier, and felt better all around. I plan on continuing my wellness plan and look forward to coming back each time."
    C. B., Traverse City
  • "My son was diagnosed with ADHD and was always in trouble at school and home and was doing very poor work. He had trouble drawing anything but scribbles and had trouble with his letters and words. He's been under chiropractic care for 2 months now and is doing so much better! He's improved in school and everyday life and is even behaving better! We plan to continue chiropractic care for as long as possible."
    M.D., Kingsley

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