Many young adults struggle with pain and injury, and can’t do the things that bring them joy, like running, HIIT classes, yoga, or just playing with their child. Robert Flannigan, DC knows how frustrating and isolating this can be. That’s why you should OWN your health. Dr. Rob teaches you to “fix yourself,” move better, and prevent your problem from coming back. You can learn how to get out of pain fast and return to your favorite activities with confidence. Don’t settle for paying for temporary relief again and again, or get told you need to take weeks or months off to heal. When you know the cause of your problem and how to fix it, you’re not scared anymore. You can get out of pain fast, and get back to being your happy, active self!
Dr. Rob’s mission is to educate and empower you so that you can do what you love. He emphasizes self treatment, movement, and prevention during treatment so pain and injury don’t limit your life. A chiropractic physician by training, his focus is in rehabilitation and non-surgical orthopedics. His practice, Active Spine & Joint Rehab, is located in Grand Rapids and Ada. He offers care in office visits, house calls, and virtual visits (telehealth) so everyone can get the expert help they need.
Dr. Rob competed in cross country, track, and club gymnastics at the University of Cincinnati. While from Ohio (but not an OSU fan), he asks that you not hold that against him. You can find Dr. Rob running in Grand Rapids and enjoying the natural beauty of SW Michigan when not treating patients.
Care is always 1 on 1 with Dr. Rob. After a thorough exam to discover what’s wrong and how to fix it, you get a customized plan for recovery, and be discharged from care with a prevention plan. You can schedule an appointment with Dr. Rob by calling 616.287.2757 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. SweatNet members receive a discount on their initial evaluation and treatment!
Not sure if your problem or condition can be helped by us? Schedule a free 15 consult with Dr. Rob to see if you can be helped by conservative care, or receive recommendations for other treatment options.