Dr. Jeff Rosenberg

About Dr. Jeff Rosenberg

I am a native to the suburbs of Detroit, a University of Michigan graduate, and ultimately decided on a career in Chiropractic where I attended Life University in Marietta, GA. I can’t say that I had a great “healing” story through Chiropractic in my youth that led me there, but I was always active in sports and liked the idea of helping people in a natural way. Chiropractic was a natural fit in that sense. It wasn’t until well into graduate school and my first years of practice that I truly gained an appreciation for the natural healing capacity of the body. I realized that I had walked into more than a career. I was granted a license to impact the lives of others, and most importantly, empower them through education to be their own best advocate. [ continue reading ]

Are You Staying Ahead of the Curve?

I heard an expression a few days ago, one we all know, but for whatever reason it stuck with me this time as it applies to my health practice. The commercial spoke of the notion to “stay ahead of the curve,” having had nothing to do with health in this case, but it created an […]

By |January 27th, 2015|The Be Well Weekly|0 Comments

I Have a Gut Feeling About This Blog!

Welcome back to the Be Well Weekly. I hope you have enjoyed the discussions thus far on detoxification and “normal” as it relates to blood testing, but most importantly, I hope you learned a thing or two. Today, we move into the great unknown of the dark and windy gut. If you watch any television […]

By |November 26th, 2014|News|0 Comments

What is Normal Anyhow?

Welcome back to the Be Well Weekly for edition 1.1. I hope you enjoyed last week’s look into detoxification. For today, I want to take a look at a word that we use frequently and casually in our culture, and that word is “normal.” “I don’t know, I guess she is normal,” “He is not […]

By |November 15th, 2014|News|0 Comments

From Your Jeans to Your Genes

Welcome to the first edition of The Be Well Weekly blog! As I hope you noticed from my site, I am a big advocate of education. Information empowers, and in today’s health climate there is a tremendous need for quality information on all topics around natural health, wellness, and aging more gracefully. I do […]

By |November 5th, 2014|The Be Well Weekly|0 Comments