DR. MICHAEL MACRI
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Michael Macri is a Board Certified Chiropractic Physician whose formal trainings include:
Doctorate of Chiropractic from University of Western States in Portland, Oregon
Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from University of Western States
Bachelor of Science in Biology from Syracuse University with a focus in Pre-Med and Evolution and Ecology
Board Certified Chiropractic Acupuncturist
Dr. Macri specializes in chiropractic manipulation, dry needling and WMA (Western Medical Acupuncture). He is also certified in Active Release Technique (ART™), Basic and Performance RockTape Functional Movement Taping, RockTape Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation (IASTM) and instrument assisted adjusting. He has taught lectures and has a strong background in pain science, proprioceptors and the nervous system, and functional medicine and nutrition. While receiving his Doctorate from the most evidence informed chiropractic school in the country, University of Western States, Dr. Macri finished his education doing a clerkship at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dr. Macri is an avid skier, backcountry skier, mountain biker and an outdoor sports and mountain enthusiast. He grew up ski racing competitively in the Northeast which led him to coaching skiing in Colorado. Prior to attending University of Western States, he had plenty of debilitating injuries which introduced his interest in medicine to Chiropractic. This is where he encountered the world of conservative care and physical medicine. This motivated Dr. Macri to pursue a medical education that provided patients pain relief as well as allowing people to get back to the activities they enjoy most. His goals are to provide excellent and thorough treatment, discovering and treating the source of his patients’ neuromusculoskeletal and biomechanical issues while providing patients the ability to pursue the movement they want to achieve. Dr. Macri’s ambition is to allow you to understand and manage your pain effectively, restore function and move better.