Specializing in hands on chiropractic care (back/neck pain), sports conditioning and injury, physical rehabilitation and therapeutic massage.
The Pros in Chiropractic, Massage & Physical Rehabilitation
Operating as usual
Today is a BIG day- It's my hubby's birthday! If you see him, wish him a Happy Birthday! Let's flood the comments with birthday gifs! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DOC!
The future permanent home of ChiroPros! This is gonna be GREAT!!!
Are you as excited as we are??
ChiroPros and Max Effort Performance is offering fitness memberships to our patients, their families, and their friends. Whether you want to just feel better, get stronger, or lose those extra quarantine pounds, ChiroPros and Max Effort Performance is the answer! Call today for more information.
Even teddy bears need adjustments!
Dear Patients and Friends of Dr. Newquist and the staff of ChiroPros, we are pleased to announce the grand opening of the new facility in partnership with Max Effort Performance at 10011 Crossroads Ct. in Caledonia on November 1st, 2020! It is an exciting time and brand new facility to serve our patients even more! We offer chiropractic care, medical massage therapy, rehabilitation, physiotherapy, applied spinal biomechanics, and more! If you or someone you know needs safe, effective, and affordable conservative chiropractic care, make an appointment to see us today at 8980 N. Rodgers in Caledonia, our temporary location, and feel better today!
[09/03/20] The office will be closed Fri., (9/4) - Mon., (9/7) to enjoy family and Labor Day. We're settled in and loving the 8980 N. Rodgers location! Come see us soon! 😁
Working hard or hardly working? It's a computer set-up pizza party with the ChiroPros crew at our interim facility! Can't wait to see your smiling faces on Monday!
ChiroPros's cover photo
Our first day at the temporary location is fast approaching! We're finishing up the move and ironing out the details. We'll be sharing a space with Cali Fitness at 8980 N Rodgers Ct SE, Caledonia, MI 49316, located in Caledonia Plaza, by Metro Health. We're looking forward to seeing all of you on the 31st!!
ChiroPros's cover photo
ChiroPros's cover photo
A huge shout out to Angel for taking an idea and personalizing it to Doc!
[08/22/20] Happy Saturday! This week (8/24-8/30) the office is closed for relocation and software training. Keep an eye out for more updates 😁.
[08/16/20] A quick reminder that August 17 - 21st is the last week we'll be at 6735 Cascade Rd treating patients. Keep an eye out for more dates & addresses. Thank you!
ChiroPros & Dr. Scott Newquist Announce New Location Services
Dr. Newquist and ChiroPros are excited to announce their new location at 10011 Crossroads Ct, SE Caledonia, Michigan (100th Street and M-37)!
The opportunity to join forces with Nate Pranger founder of Max Effort Performance/Cali Fitness in a one-of-a-kind office and training facility was divine intervention and a true blessing. Together we are offering fitness and chiropractic sports medicine on a level not otherwise seen in a brand new, state-of-the-art 12,000 square foot facility. Dr. Newquist is grateful to have met Nate and his staff and to collaborate to better serve the health and fitness needs of the community.
ChiroPros is a contemporary model chiropractic healthcare office designed with the patient in mind. We provide gentle, safe, affordable and effective care for the entire family. Our ultimate objective is to achieve short term and long term pain relief, improved function and performance, reduce spinal disease risk and enhance quality of life.
Dr. Newquist and staff are uniquely qualified to integrate new and innovative techniques, exercise, injury prevention, massage therapy, stress reduction, physiotherapy and nutrition into individually tailored treatment programs to best serve your chiropractic healthcare needs.
Introducing MCT-20 (Maximum Contraction Training-20 minutes)!
Dr. Newquist has spent the last 28 years researching and refining a method of resistance training that will yield lean, sculpted muscles in the shortest period of time.
Since 1983, Dr. Newquist has personally utilized high intensity maximum contraction abbreviated training and taught it to thousands of his patients and athletes. MCT-20 is a scientifically proven safe and productive way to build lean muscle, burn fat and become stronger without spending the rest of your life in a gym! The reasons are well grounded in human physiology and exercise science. Receive the best workout of your life in just twenty minutes twice a week by employing time of contraction and time under tension training! Call 616-464-1091 today and reserve your time for the best workout of your life!
May 11th, 2020
Dear Patients & Friends of Dr. Newquist and ChiroPros,
Dr. Newquist and staff are proud to announce the opening of a new location in conjunction with Max Effort Performance (Cali Fitness) later this year in Caledonia! It will be a brand new facility offering a full gym, exercise classes, personal training and comprehensive chiropractic services including spinal adjustments, physical rehabilitation, massage therapy, hydrotherapy, physical measures (therapies), body composition analysis, weight loss, nutritional counseling and sports specific training.
It has been a longtime dream of Dr. Newquist to offer a full range of health related services in a single location. Thanks to Nate Pranger, owner of Cali Fitness and my favorite Bulldog, we can fulfill our dreams of helping more people feel well and stay fit! We encourage you to ask questions during your visits about transition and services. We appreciate your loyalty and commitment to us and your lasting health and fitness. We look forward to servicing you and your family in a brand new, safe, clean and exciting location!
Scott A. Newquist, DC & Staff
Chiropractic Medicine & Physical Rehabilitation
Hey Everyone! (This is Nate)
First of all, Happy Mother’s Day to all the mom’s out there!
I have some very special and exciting news for you. Almost seven years ago I was able to fulfill my dream and start my own gym.
During that time I have had more ideas come to mind on how I want to make my business more effective.
With that being said, I will be transitioning Cali Fitness into my new business Max Effort Performance. If you are a current member of Cali Fitness you will be automatically a member of Max Effort Performance.
We will be relocating to a permanent location this fall east of Pizza Hut and Brann’s. This facility is a dream of mine and will be the premier training facility in all of West Michigan. It will be 12,000 square feet and will consist of:
•athletic performance training
•group classes, cardio and weight training
•specialized sports specific personal training
•chiropractic, massage therapy and much more!
This would not be possible without my gym family and staff. You have blessed me and allowed me to continue my passion to help others achieve their healthy lifestyle and athletic performance.
I will also be teaming up with ChiroPros. They are a full-service chiropractic business currently located in Cascade. Owner Scott Newquist has been in business for 28 years. They specialize in chiropractic, massage therapy, physical rehabilitation and hydrotherapy.
Finally, I will be opening the start of Max Effort Performance (9028 North Rodgers Ct, Caledonia) as soon as the Governor allows gyms to reopen. Also, to accommodate current members, Cali Fitness will be open once gyms are allowed to reopen (8980 North Rodgers Ct, Caledonia). Once the completion of the building is done, Cali Fitness will as I mentioned transition into Max Effort Performance.
Thanks for allowing me to serve you and be a part of your life. You are all family to me and I truly mean that.
Below is a rendering of the new layout as well as a front view of the building. Enjoy!!!
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UPDATE as of April 12:
ChiroPros will remain closed until either:
1) the executive order expires as of May 1, or 2) The executive order is amended to allow healthcare providers to practice within our scope of practice with additional safety precautions.
This is a difficult position as I am not willing to place any unnecessary risk on our patients, staff, or my own family; yet patients need care, are having increased pain from their condition and/or have musculoskeletal injuries. Be assured that my wife and I are working closely with advisers and reviewing daily changes regarding our ability to resume treatments.
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To prevent the spread of coronavirus in your community, it’s important to maintain proper survival hygiene.
To keep your hands free of bacteria and viruses, don’t just run your hands through water. You need to wash your hands with soap and water, scrubbing thoroughly for at least 20 seconds. You can count, set a timer, or sing the “Happy Birthday to You” song twice. You need to wash your hands all the time. Here are some of the times when you need to wash your hands:
• After coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose.
• Before, during and after preparing your food.
• Before eating your food.
• After being in a public place.
• Before and after caring for the elderly and the immunocompromised.
• Before and after treating a wound.
• After using the toilet.
• After disposing of human or pet waste.
• After changing a diaper.
• After disposing your garbage.
If you don’t have access to soap and a faucet, you can use rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer. To further minimize your risk of catching the coronavirus, you need to keep your distance from other people. If you must meet someone, avoid shaking hands.
It is also a good practice to wash your hands every time you touch surfaces, which can harbor plenty of germs, such as door handles, light switches and flush handles. Alternatively, you can keep paper towels with you to avoid touching these surfaces at all.
Coughing and sneezing
Experts believe that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can easily spread through droplets from sneezing or coughing. These droplets can land on many surfaces. According to the World Health Organization, SARS-CoV-2 can survive on surfaces for anywhere between several hours to several days.
To avoid unwittingly spreading the virus, cough and sneeze away from people and food. Use disposable tissues. If you don’t have any tissue on hand, turn away from other people and sneeze or cough into the crook of your elbow.
Bathing and washing clothes
Since SARS-CoV-2 can live on surfaces for up to several days, this means you need to take a shower with soap and water regularly. Your hands are your body’s main breeding ground for bacteria and viruses, but they are followed by your armpits, feet, hair and crotch.
And don’t forget that you also need to wash your clothes regularly. Avoid handling your clothes once you put them in your laundry basket, and if you do have to touch your clothes again, be sure to wash your hands afterward.
Your home can also be a breeding ground for the coronavirus, especially if you don’t regularly clean your house. You need to get your natural disinfectants and wipe down every surface you can think of. (Related: Protect your home from coronavirus and other pathogens by making home-made disinfectants.)
Here are some household cleaning tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
• Frequently disinfect hard surfaces like tables, desks, doorknobs and handrails – daily, if possible.
• Clean everything you use to cook, serve and eat food, such as pots, pans, ladles, spoons and forks.
• Limit the sharing of foods and drinks.
• Disinfect your smartphone daily. Gently wipe down the exterior of your phone with rubbing alcohol and avoid getting moisture in any of your phone’s openings.
• Disinfect other gadgets that you regularly use such as your computer monitor, keyboard and mouse, the television and remote control, tablets, video game consoles and speakers.
You may think that you’re less likely to die from COVID-19, especially if you’re still young and healthy. However, all these survival hygiene guidelines aren’t just for your own safety, they’re also for the well-being of everyone around you, including people with weak immune systems like seniors, toddlers and those immunocompromised by preexisting health conditions.
Don’t forget to follow these guidelines, especially if you want your whole community to survive this global pandemic.
ChiroPros Statement on COVID-19
Facts you should know about COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus) prevention tips
• COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that spreads via infected respiratory droplets.
• COVID-19 is a new coronavirus that can cause immune problems usually in individuals with medical problems.
• In the elderly, COVID-19 can cause a potentially fatal viral pneumonia that requires hospitalization.
• COVID-19 is the cause of the current pandemic.
• COVID-19 mainly spreads from person to person by infected respiratory droplets.
• COVID-19 can also spread by infected droplets that land on surfaces.
• Prevention and decreasing the risk of COVID-19 infection can occur when people follow the CDC recommendations, especially handwashing, social distancing, and decontamination.
• If you are COVID-19 positive, you can use face masks, isolation, quarantine, gloves for caregivers, and disinfection of surfaces to reduce the risk of infecting other people.
What is COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus)?
COVID-19 is a coronavirus discovered in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019, that likely came from infected animals and spread to humans. The virus can cause severe respiratory problems, mainly in people with medical problems, weakened immunity, and the elderly (age 60 and older). As of Mar. 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 the cause of a worldwide pandemic. Some infections result in fatal viral pneumonia. The current mortality rate (death rate) is about 1%-3%, depending on the data available.
How does COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus) spread?
COVID-19 spreads by an infected person coughing and/or sneezing, thus producing infected respiratory droplets. This is person-to-person spread, most often by inhalation. It also spreads by touching surfaces where infected droplets land followed by touching your eyes, nose, and/or face and mouth. There is no airborne spread like the measles virus. Unfortunately, some people can be infected and have little or no symptoms, yet still be able to spread COVID-19 to others.
COVID-19 Infection Symptoms & Signs
Medical researchers estimate that the incubation period varies from 2 days to about 14 days. Symptoms may begin like the flu but go on to develop fever, cough, and shortness of breath that is severe enough to warrant hospitalization in many patients. Although early in this outbreak, Chinese researchers suggest that people who are infected but don't show symptoms (incubation period) may be contagious. This allows the virus to spread more effectively from person to person and makes it more difficult to isolate infected patients.
What can people do to prevent a COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus) infection?
The best way to prevent or decrease your risk of COVID-19 infection is to avoid contacting infected people and the places they have visited. Infected people can help minimize the chance of infecting other people by strict quarantine procedures that keep the infection isolated from others. Currently, there is no vaccine available to prevent infection. Also, there is no antiviral drug available to prevent or treat infection. Some individuals suggest that taking zinc and/or vitamin C tablets help, but such data for preventing COVID-19 is lacking.
The CDC has specific recommendations for COVID-19 prevention that it constantly updates. The following is modified from the CDC (as of March 11, 2020). Remind everyone in your household of the importance of practicing everyday preventive actions that can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses:
• Avoid close contact with sick people; distance yourself 6 feet or more from other people (also termed social distancing).
• Stay home when sick, except to get medical care.
• Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue. Cough and sneeze into your elbow if you can't cover with a tissue.
• Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects daily (for example, tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet handles) using a regular household detergent and water. If surfaces are dirty, clean them first by using a detergent and water prior to disinfection. Depending on the surface type and environmental conditions, COVID-19 virus survives on surfaces for many hours. For disinfection, a list of products with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved (EPA-registered household disinfectants) emerging viral pathogens claims is available at Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Fighting Products.
• Frequently wash your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom, prior to eating, and after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose. Immediately throw away used tissues. If soap and water are unavailable, use a hand sanitizer that has approximately 60% alcohol.
• Make plans about how you will address the issues of child care, school closings, working from home, travel, and other daily life demands so you will be able to cope with these significant disruptions in your lifestyle.
How can people protect others if they are infected with COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus)?
If you test positive for COVID-19, you should immediately put on a face mask, keep 6 feet or more space between you and other people, put yourself in isolation, and contact your local health department and your doctor. If you isolate at home, interact with only one caregiver to reduce risk to others. Wear a face mask to reduce droplet spread and have gloves available, if possible, for that one person with whom you interact. In addition, if you are able, follow the CDC recommendations listed above.
Preventing the Spread of Germs
We provide our patients with alcohol-based hand sanitizer in the reception area as well as throughout our office. In addition, every member of our team performs hand hygiene protocols before, during, and after all appointments and procedures (e.g., hand washing with antimicrobial soap and water, alcohol-based hand rub, or antiseptic hand wash). We also disinfect exam rooms after each patient.
How to Stay Safe
Like everyone else, you should practice good hygiene. That includes washing your hands often, for at least 20 seconds. Clean the backs of your hands, in between your fingers, and under your nails. You can use regular soap and water. If that’s not an option, you can use an alcohol-based sanitizer. But it needs to have at least 60% alcohol.
If you take an autoimmune drug, you should also:
• Avoid any unneeded travel.
• Keep away from crowds (social distancing).
• Stay home as much as possible.
• Get someone else to pick up your groceries and other supplies.
• Avoid close contact with people. Stay at least 6 feet away.
• Don’t touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.
• Get a 2- to 4-week supply of medicine, if possible.
There’s no cure or vaccine for COVID-19. But you may be less likely to get sick if you prevent other diseases. So it’s important to get vaccines for infections like the flu, pneumonia, pertussis, and shingles.
When to Call Your Doctor
If you notice any of these symptoms, call your doctor:
• Dry cough
• Shortness of breath
• Sore throat
Note that steroids and other immunosuppressants can hide a fever.
Some people also have stomach problems with COVID-19. Let your doctor know if you have:
• A loss of appetite
• Nausea or throwing up
Call your doctor or 911 right away if you have:
• A hard time breathing
• Constant chest pain or pressure
• Trouble thinking clearly
• A blue tint to your lips and face
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