After Dr. Elwart was in a serious automobile accident at the age of eight, chiropractic care helped him fully recover from his injuries. After another serious injury at age 14, only chiropractic care helped him. Dr. Elwart knew at this point he was going to become a chiropractor to help others.
He attended Oakland University and after receiving his bachelor’s degree, he attended Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia. Upon graduating in 2003, he moved back to Michigan.
Dr. Elwart has experience in family care as well as personal injury. He practices many techniques, all with the goal of treating the entire person and having them return to their optimum health. Dr. Elwart is married with two sons and enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, spending time outdoors and working out.
I was born and raised in Macomb County. After graduating from Utica High School, I attended Oakland University in Rochester. While attending OU, I discovered my passion for chiropractic as a result of a neck injury, which led me to change my majors from business management and accounting to biology, and aim towards a career in chiropractic. While pursuing this new path, I moved to Marietta Georgia and attended Life University where I graduated with my Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2009.
While at Life University, I had the opportunity to do one of my internships with the head of the Functional Rehabilitation department giving me insight to multidisciplinary care, and finished my second half of internship as one of only two students selected to return as a senior intern of the outpatient clinic. I was able to work with clinicians and help students who were just entering the clinic.
After moving back to Michigan I practiced at a multi-specialty company for over 5 years ending my time there as the director of chiropractic. I then proceeded to practice at Rauch Chiropractic and had the chance to work and learn from Dr. Rauch and his 35 years of experience. I have had the opportunity to treat many extensive, rare, and specialty cases involving the spine and extremities. I strive to bring my patients the most effective and safest care possible.
Dr. Tonya Beltran received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree, from Life University, Marietta Georgia, where she graduated with honors.
She was born in Hawaii and traveled through her childhood, as her mother had served, and retired, in the United States Navy. She has returned back to the State of Michigan where her mother was raised, St. Clair Shores, MI.
She has obtained the working knowledge of her patients and is dedicated in providing them with the utmost care and professional service, while addressing their needs for a more productive life.
Dr. Jennifer Hudson grew up in western Iowa in small farm town, one of seven children. She received a full academic scholarship for Briar Cliff College in Sioux City, Iowa. She then continued her education at Marycrest College in Davenport, Iowa, after which she enrolled at Palmer College of Chiropractic, graduating in October 1993 with Bachelor of Science, (minor in Art, using both sides of my brain) and Doctor of Chiropractic.
Dr. Hudson moved to Michigan and practiced at Cook Chiropractic, PC for one year. She then helped open and run Morici Chiropractic, PC in Troy, Michigan, practicing there until early 2007. She has 30 years of Chiropractic experience.
She is the mother of four children (elementary to college age) She is also an avid hiker and skier (kayaking), hiking various places from Moab, UT to Glacier National Park in Montana to Chapel Basin in the UP. She also has skied here in Michigan and various mountains in Colorado.
Dr. Rose Dubay received her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. She is a Michigan native and grew up in Mount Clemens. Dr. Dubay received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology in 2003 from Oakland University in Rochester. She then pursued her dream of becoming a chiropractor and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College in October of 2007.
During her clinical experience at Palmer, she was fortunate enough to provide care to people of all ages. Her future interests include furthering her knowledge in pediatric chiropractic and nutritional counseling. Dr. Dubay believes that being a chiropractor enables her to fulfill her passion for serving others everyday.
Aaron Lundgaard, DC, CCSP, CSCS, has been the Director of Clinical Services and Owner at Total Health Systems in Clinton Township, Chesterfield, St Clair Shores, Centerline, and Washington for the past 15 years.
Dr. Lundgaard graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, where he was an honors student and varsity football athlete. He continued his education at the National University of Health Sciences, receiving a second Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology and professional degree as a Doctor of Chiropractic. During his schooling, he received a fellowship in biochemistry, which included a position as part-time faculty to teach clinical biochemistry.
Dr. Lundgaard has also done numerous continuing education and special certification courses in his post-graduate studies. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association). He is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP). This is a post graduate program for those specializing in sports medicine. He is currently the strength and conditioning coach and team chiropractor for the Utica Eisenhower high school football program.
In addition to instructing on strength and conditioning, he also practices what he preaches. He is a two time masters national champion and two time masters world champion in the sport of powerlifting; founding, coaching, and participating with the Double A Barbell Club in Chesterfield Twp., MI.