Meet The Team
Dr. Seth Hubbard- Chiropractor
Dr. Seth, originally from Onsted Michigan, first experienced chiropractic in high school as an athlete. Originally he sought care for the aches and pains that came from playing sports, but soon realized the benefits that chiropractic offered and started taking his overall health more seriously. He then went onto Albion College for 4 years where he graduated and played both football and basketball. After seeing what chiropractic care did for his overall health and sports career he decided to attend Life University in Marietta, Georgia so that he could help others achieve true health. He graduated in 2019 and started Journey Chiropractic to help people and their families live happier healthier lives through chiropractic care and wellness!
Kellsey Brehmer- Chiropractic Assistant
Kellsey grew up in Ypsilanti, Michigan as the youngest of two siblings. She excelled through most of her school years going on to attend a technical college after high school. In May of 2019, she graduated from Ross Medical Education Center as a Certified Billing and Coding Specialist. She enjoys reading, learning new things, nature and spending time with family and friends. Her drive to help people and expand her skills led her to explore becoming a Chiropractic Assistant with Journey Chiropractic; and has since experienced the benefits striving to encourage everyone to receive chiropractic care!
Larissa Myers- Chiropractic Assistant
Larissa recently moved back home to Ann Arbor after graduating from the College of Wooster in Ohio with a BA in Sociology. She grew up speaking German at home with her parents and has spent much of her life traveling back and forth between Germany and the United States. In college she sang in a choir and an A cappella group and still enjoys singing in her free time. Since graduating, she also enjoys spending time doing yoga, hiking, reading, and hanging out with friends and family. She was inspired to look for work as a Chiropractic Assistant after seeing the life-changing effects that chiropractic care had on a family member.