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Sammamish, WA 98074 US

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J Michael Schweitzer

J Michael Schweitzer is a Sammamish chiropractor who serves Sammamish and the surrounding communities in WA .

J Michael Schweitzer uses chiropractic care to improve the health and wellness in all areas of patient's lives, whether they are having problems with back pain or neck pain, or just want to start feeling better when they wake up in the morning.  Schweitzer takes a "whole person" approach in chiropractic care, which means looking for the underlying causes of disease, discomfort, and pain, as opposed to just treating the symptoms. Many seemingly unrelated symptoms often arise from imbalances in the spinal column, and Schweitzer will be able to determine the root of the pain and create a personalized chiropractic and wellness plan to suit each patient's individual needs. Under the supervision and care of our caring and skilled chiropractor, patients report higher functioning in all areas of their lives. 

Dr. Donald Bennett

Chiropractor who serves Sammamish and the surrounding communities in WA .

I was a junior in high school when I first heard about chiropractic.  My mother had fallen and twisted her ankle and gone to see a chiropractor.  Being curious, I asked her what a chiropractor was.  I had no idea that question would change my life.  She told me that he had “adjusted” her and that she felt a lot better.  She told him that I was on the tennis team and had been diagnosed with scoliosis as a child.  He asked if he could check my spine, and he said that he may be able to help me have better balance and improve my footwork.  When I went to see him, he explained how my spine was out of alignment and that he could correct it and help me feel better and improve my game.  I started getting regular adjustments and he was right!  I started seeing improvement in my overall game and I felt better as well.  It was at that point I knew this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.  I got a tennis scholarship to Daytona College, but I told my mother that I wanted to go to Chiropractic College.  No one in my family had ever gone to college before and my mother was not sure about me getting a college education.  Money was always tight, and the belief that all success begins by starting at the bottom and working your way up the corporate ladder ran long and deep in our family.  Unfortunately at that time I put aside my dream, assuming that it was not a realistic goal.  I went into sales, worked hard, and brought home a paycheck every week, but deep down was not happy and felt unfulfilled.  But things were about to change!  I met my wife Cheryl of 34 years now in church, and put her through college, and had a son.  As my 30th birthday approached I began to become somewhat down hearted, and disappointed.  I always thought that by this time I would have gone off to college, owned a home, and had a family.  I sat down with my wife one evening and I talked to her about me going back to school, and then on to chiropractic college.  She was very excited and supportive and convinced me to “go for it.”  I quit my job and spent the next two years taking classes to obtain my degree, and some science classes required to enter Chiropractic College.  Our family then relocated to Houston, Texas in 1994, where I entered Texas Chiropractic College and I graduated in 1997 with my Doctorate in Chiropractic.  After graduation I chose to practice and teach at Texas Chiropractic College.  For 17 years I taught adjusting techniques.  I also was a clinic physician teaching student doctors how to care for patients with both acute and chronic conditions.  In January of 2012 my wife and I moved to Mill Creek, Washington as her job with Boeing brought us here.  I thought about retiring, but realized that I had a lot more to give to my patients and my profession.   I began to search for an associate’s position, and that is when a good friend of mine told me that Dr. Schweitzer may be looking for an associate doctor for his office.  I feel truly blessed to have the opportunity to now serve and care for patients here at Precision Chiropractic.

If you have any questions about our Sammamish chiropractor, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Precision Chiropractic, please call us at 425-868-9025 today!

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I started to go to Precision Chiropractic and Massage in 2014 for the Ideal Protein program, had a great experience and reached my goal. Then I returned to them a few months ago for massage services, reasonable pricing, both Sharon and Tami are GREAT! Then I started seeing Dr. Schweitzer and Dr. Bennett for my neck, shoulder and back problems, and felt much better just after a few adjustments. Now I take my mom there too for adjustments. I've always had a great experience there, love the front desk ladies! I suggest you go check them out!"
    Meng W. Sammamish, WA
  • "Tami is one of the most caring massage therapists that I have gone to. I tell her what the problem is and she works it out. I would highly recommend her to anyone wanting to get excellent massage therapy."
    Jim R.
  • "I feel way better since coming to see Dr. Schweitzer. He's helped me with my lower back, hips and even my tennis elbow. I also just signed up for Ideal Protein through his office."
    Skyler Z.

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