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Our personable and knowledgeable team is here to provide the best care available in the Kalamazoo/Portage area. 

Dr. Andrew Heib, DC


1985 - 1988: Palmer College of Chiropractic - Cum Laude, Doctor of Chiropractic Degree


1984 - 1985: Western Michigan University - Chiropractic Pre-requisites


1982 - 1984:  Michigan State University - Pre-Med/Chiropractic Curriculum



Dr. Heib grew up in the Kalamazoo area. He attended and graduated high school from the Mattawan School District and then went on to attend college at MSU, WMU, and Palmer College of Chiropractic.


You can read more about Dr. Heib's drive to become a Chiropractor here.


Dr. Heib graduated Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic and started Heib Chiropractic Clinic shortly after graduation. Dr. Heib became a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physican, which is a postgraduate designation by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicans, however, he no longer maintains this certification. 


Dr. Heib loves has a passion for growing deeper in his relationship with and serving Christ. He also greatly enjoys spending time with his family.


He and his wife, Nannette, own the practice. They have a son, Tony, and daugher-in-law, Kaisa. They also have a daughter, Rachel, and son-in-law, Jonny. They have seven lively grandchildren (who have all received Chiropractic care by their "Opa" since birth)!


Nannette Heib, Office Manager

Nannette is the office manager of Heib Chiropractic Clinic. She is a Boston, MA native and completed her degree as a Certified Chiropractic Technician at Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1986. She has assisted Dr. Heib since the clinic opened in 1989.


Nannette adores her family and loves spreading the love of Jesus by being hospitable and serving others well. She will almost always offer someone a homecooked meal! 

Valerie Smith, Massage Therapist

Valerie has been a massage therapist since 1991 and part of the Heib Chiropractic Clinic massage team since 2014. She graduated from the Crystal Circle Massage School, which later became the Kalamazoo Center for the Healing Arts. Most of her experience as a massage therapist has been in the clinical environment of a chiropractic clinic. She enjoys this type of setting because she feels the two professions compliment one another for the ultimate patient benefit.


Valerie practices various forms of massage including deep tissue, neuromuscular reeducation, Swedish Massage and myofascial release.  

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