Meet Dr Michael Bryant
Dr. Michael Bryant entered the world of chiropractic with a different perspective and background than most other chiropractors in practice today.
His undergraduate major was very rigorous at The University of Michigan where he was invited into the prestigious honours program and completed his degree in Cell and Molecular Biology along with a pre-medical concentration. After passing the MCAT (Medical College Admissions Test) with high marks, he decided to spend some time working alongside many medical doctors and researchers within the University and private sectors in order to get a better feel for what the medical profession was actually all about.
It was during this time that he would discover many flaws in the medical industry, as it stands, and decided to take a different route into the world of healthcare.
Dr. Bryant went on to pursue his graduate studies in chiropractic at Life University in Atlanta. He graduated summa cum laude and received several distinctions as well as additional coursework and certification in physiotherapy. He loved the personal interaction and unique connection which doctors of chiropractic share with their patients and enjoys teaching new ideas and perspectives on health to those under his care.
Affectionately known as "Dr. Mike" by his patients, he has helped thousands of Singaporeans overcome a vast array of conditions and improve the quality of their lives. Having become a permanent resident of Singapore, he looks forward helping many thousands more reach their goals without resorting to the use of drugs or surgery, so they may live their lives to the fullest.
Dr. Mike is known for making patients feel comfortable and at ease during their treatments, and prides himself on treating every patient with the same care and patience as if they were a member of his own family.
In his free time he enjoys reading, exercising, traveling, and learning about the many cultures and traditions of Southeast Asia.
Doctor of Chiropractic (Life University)
Bachelor of Science (BS) Cell and Molecular Biology / Pre-Med (University of Michigan)