Dr. Jeremiah Shaft
Dr. Shaft is the oldest of 7 children. He is also one of over 20 chiropractors in his family. All of his family members graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College. Dr. Shaft also graduated from Palmer in 2004. Since then he has completed hundreds of hours of continuing education in nutrition and functional medicine. He takes a holistic approach which looks at the whole person and not just the immediate symptoms bothering them.
Dr. Shaft is married to Shay and they have two daughters together. He plays semi-pro beach volleyball, likes to camp, and spend time outside with his family. As a family they try to lead by example for their patients and community by getting regular vigorous exercise, eating a diet of whole nutritious foods, spending significant quality time together, and having their nervous systems checked for interference regularly.
Dr. Travis Dockery
Dr. Dockery grew up in Romulus where he enjoyed playing soccer and being active. He graduated from Romulus High School with academic honors in addition to several sports awards. He attended Eastern Michigan University where he graduated Magna Cum Laude honors with his Bachelor’s degree in Biology.
He knew he wanted to help people in the health field, but was unsure which field of study best suited him. After experiencing intense headaches that he could not find relief from, he went to a local chiropractor. The non-invasive, non-surgical hands-on healing approach that the doctor offered was exactly what he had been searching for. Thus began his drive for chiropractic.
Dr. Dockery graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Sciences and a Doctorate degree in Chiropractic. While at Logan he participated in their club soccer team and continued his passion for being healthy and staying active.
After finishing his course work and school requirements early, Dr. Dockery followed an opportunity to Charlotte, North Carolina in order to pursue an internship. He was offered a position prior to graduation and gladly accepted. While he loved the area and the weather was beautiful, he realized that he missed his family and friends in Michigan. He has moved back to the Romulus area to join True Health Chiropractic. Dr. Dockery is up to date on the latest changes in chiropractic and healthcare and is eager to share his knowledge with his hometown.