Dr. Ron Rabineau

Dr. Rabineau grew up in Gaylord, Michigan, where he was very active in basketball, soccer and track. He experienced the benefits of chiropractic after sustaining a head and neck injury during a high jump accident his senior year. He was thoroughly examined and treated for severe whiplash, and was back to full mobility less than a week later. Ever since then, he has been convinced that chiropractic was the career path he wanted to pursue.

After spending 1.5 years at Grand Valley State University, Dr. Rabineau decided he wanted to take a break from school and enlist in the United States Air Force. He spent 4 years on active duty, serving 3 separate tours in both Afghanistan and Iraq. He was awarded several combat medals as part of his service.

Upon completing his time in the service, he returned to Grand Valley where he finished his Bachelor of Science degree and moved to St. Louis, MO to start chiropractic school at Logan University. Dr. Rabineau graduated with his Doctorate in Chiropractic. Upon graduation, he and his wife, Andrea, decided to move back to beautiful West Michigan. Dr. Rabineau spent 6 years practicing in Holland, MI, and is beyond excited to relocate his practice to the Grandville area. His expertise and extensive knowledge of the spine and related dis-eases, Dr. Rabineau has treated a wide array of musculoskeletal disorders with great success. Knowing the complexities of the human body, Dr. Rabineau finds the importance in treating the cause of a condition, opposed to the symptoms itself.

Dr. Rabineau enjoys being outdoors, whether it involves golfing, fishing, or being with family at the lake. He and his family, including daughter Mari, can also be found at the wonderful community events West Michigan has to offer. Dr. Rabineau happily welcomes all ages and walks of life into the practice to receive the adequate care and recommendations that everyone deserves.