Total Health Spine and Nutrition
Drs. Ryan and Monica Wohlfert
After growing up in the Lansing area and graduating Summa Cum Laude in Kinesiology-Movement Science from the University of Michigan, Dr. Ryan earned another Bachelor of Science and his Doctorate of Chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic. He continued his education by getting Certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP), and Certified Mindset Specialist (EYL). Over the last two decades, Dr. Ryan has treated 1,000's of patients, giving well over 100,000 treatments, helping them achieve their health goals.
After graduating with honors from Praire State College, Dr. Monica earned her Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Chiropractic from the National University of Health Sciences. Because she saw the enormous benefit children could receive from chiropractic treatment, Monica earned her Certificate in Chiropractic Pregnancy and Pediatrics (CCP) through the International Chiropractic Association Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics (ICA).
Drs. Ryan and Monica have compiled a highly professional, knowledgeable, and compassionate TEAM. Not only have they been voted Favorite Chiropractic Clinic, they are always looking to implement the most scientific, researched healthcare therapies on the market.
Ryan and Monica have three amazing daughters, Rylee, Dylan and Kaelyn.
Dr. Ian Quartermus
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Ian Quartermus is originally from Westphalia, MI. His fascination with the function of the human body lead him to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology from Michigan State University. Following his undergraduate studies, Dr. Ian wanted to find a profession that would allow him to use the healing power of the body to make people as healthy as they were meant to be. This search lead him to chiropractic.
Dr. Ian graduated with honors from Life University College of Chiropractic in Marietta, GA in 2012. While in chiropractic school he focused on structural correction of the spine and how it can improve a person's function. In his free time, Dr. Ian enjoys spending time with his wife Krystal and their dog, Gauge, as well as reading, running, sports and music.
Erica was born and raised in Grand Ledge. She graduated from Grand Ledge High School in 2017. She did 14 years of competitive cheerleading as well as 4 years on the Varsity Sideline Cheerleading team at Grand Ledge. Currently she coaches elementary as well as middle school sideline cheerleading. She also is attending Lansing Community College pursuing her associates in Kinesiology. After that she plans to transfer to a university to receive her degree in Athletic Training.
Erica has 2 younger siblings, her brother Hunter who is 13 and her sister Adalynn who is 2 years old. She loves spending her time outside with her family and watch her 2 younger siblings grow up. She loves riding quads with her brother, going camping, and hammocking with friends.
Erica is excited to be a part of the Total Health Spine and Nutrition team because she loves watching the positive changes within each patient as well as continuing her education about the human body and it’s ability to heal.
Taylor is originally from Dansville, MI, where she graduated in 2014. Taylor was very athletic and dual sported throughout her high school career. Her two favorite sports were softball and volleyball where she brought home a state title in softball in 2012.
Taylor likes to spend her free time being adventurous, exploring the outdoors, riding quads and spending time with family and friends. She recently got married and currently has 6 adopted cats. Taylor also had three dogs growing up and always had a compassion for animals.
Taylor is currently attending LCC to become a Surgical Technician. Her love and compassion for others is what made her want to pursue a degree in the medical field. Taylor has always been passionate about her heath, staying healthy and finding better and more natural ways to eat healthier along with taking good care of her body.
Spinal Rehab Tech/Chiropractic Assistant
Peter grew up in Lake Orion, MI, where he graduated in 2015. During his time there he competed in football, baseball, and powerlifting. He started college at Xavier University, before transferring to Michigan State, graduating in 2020 with a bachelor’s in Kinesiology. In the future, he would like to pursue a Doctorate of Chiropractic.
Peter has one older sister, Hannah. Outside of work, Peter enjoys spending time with friends, camping, golfing, listening to music, and exercising.
Peter is excited to be a part of the Total Health Spine and Nutrition team because he enjoys helping people improve their health and wants to continue learning about the human body and the amazing things it can do!
Spinal Rehab Tech/Chiropractic Assistant
Rylee was born in Cary, North Carolina during a hurricane and moved to Michigan when she was little. She is a senior in high school previously attending Lansing Catholic Central, and now going to an online homeschool so she has more time to work and learn about health. At school, she really LOVES to help build & paint sets for the plays and musicals. She found a passion for it and now wants to become a production designer (the person who develops the vision for the sets in movies). She is the oldest daughter of Drs. Ryan and Monica.
Rylee wants Total Health because she has learned so much from her parents. She was taught that the more she strives to be healthier, the happier she is going to be in the future. She will be able to live her life without having pain and disease!
How we have helped some of our patients
Increased mobility & energy
I now have increased mobility & energy. I have been using my Denneroll and now have better neck motion and little pain! Also Chiropractic care has improved my sinuses! -
My lower back pain has significantly improved
My lower back pain has significantly improved since starting chiropractic care. Also, I have noticed an improvement in my digestive health!
I no longer have a tight neck or upper back.
I’ve been seeing Chiropractors for years, but never on a routine basis. I believe in alternative medicine and a co-worker suggested I go to THC.
I had neck pain, tight upper back & shoulders, request colds and fatigue. The other Chiropractors I visited on gave me temporary results. With THC, you get down to the root of the issues – the Spine, which controls the entire body.
I was diagnosed as having gall stones and with treatment and vitamins/supplements, I have not had issues in over a month. I really DO need by gallbladder when a conventional doctor said I didn’t.
I no longer have a tight neck or upper back. I feel more realized without the constant pain. I also have better posture and have a better range of motion turning my head. I am more aware of how I am sitting, how long I have been sitting and taking steps to correct on my own.