Meet the Doctors:

 

Dr. Sarah Prater-Manor


Dr. Sarah grew up in Farmington Hills, Michigan. She graduated with high honors from the University of Michigan, where she earned a bachelors of science degree in Bioanthro-Zoology. She received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and was the valedictorian of her class. She was inducted into Pi Tau Delta Chiropractic Honors Society. Dr. Sarah specializes in pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic care. She has earned an extra certification in Webster’s technique and is working towards the completion of an advanced certification in pediatric care from the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA). Dr. Sarah has experienced the life changing effects of chiropractic care since she was a young girl. She loves what she does and feels honored to share services and knowledge with individuals and families in Stockbridge and the surrounding communities.  Dr. Sarah and her husband, Greg, live in Chelsea, MI with their daughter Mabel.

 

 

Dr. Erin Clifton


18_203x300.jpgDr. Erin Clifton is a graduate of the esteemed Life University.  She has 2 wonderful young boys.  At Life University her specialty focus was on pediatric, pregnancy and family health care. Dr. Erin is a great resource for expectant mothers, as she has experienced both a hospital and home birth with the delivery of her sons. She has taken additional educational courses in both pediatric and pregnancy analysis and adjusting technique.  Dr. Erin has had personal experience with the benefits of chiropractic care while pregnant and both of her boys have been adjusted since birth.  She looks forward to completing more research studies involving the health components of chiropractic care. While living in Atlanta she was employed as the Pilates instructor at the school’s Wellness Center, and continues to lead various health and wellness classes in the Stockbridge area.  She has a personal passion to educate and inspire those in the community to work with the body, not against it, to achieve health and healing.

 

Meet our wonderful Office Manager:

Kerrie Digia

 

Kerrie grew up on Beaver Island, MI and now lives in Ann Arbor with her husband and 2 dog children. She's been with Positively Chiropractic from its inception in 2012 through 2015, and returned to our team in 2016 after a year living in Austin, TX, where she also worked at a chiropractic office. Kerrie received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, and is also a certified life coach through the ICF accredited Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching. She is motivated to help improve our nation’s health one individual and family at a time by supporting and empowering them in their physical and emotional health & life goals.

Kerrie first visited a chiropractor in 2010 when she sought help for numbness and tingling in her arm due to a pinched nerve in her neck. After receiving consistent chiropractic care for about 6 months, she also began reporting increased focus, an inner sense of calm, and better sleep. For these reasons and after having learned so much about the nervous system, she also made the decision to stop taking the ADD medication prescribed to her and hasn't looked back! Kerrie is inspired by the innate intelligence of the body and the healing powers of consistent chiropractic care, and seeks to share this message with others. 

 

 

Meet our amazing Chiropractic Assistants:

Myranda Fairbotham

Myranda grew up in Stockbridge where she graduated high school and is currently raising a family of her own.  She is married and has two young boys. She is currently going to Liberty University for a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Myranda’s son struggled with very bad headaches before being under chiropractic care.  At 6 years old, he had his first migraine.  Myranda brought him in to get adjusted and within an hour of getting adjusted, his migraine was gone.  Seeing that being under consistent chiropractic care can make such a large impact on a person, Myranda is now choosing to have her entire family under care instead of using medication as a fix.