Cleary University in Howell is opening a full-service chiropractic and massage clinic on campus later this month to both provide enhanced support to Cleary student athletes and to offer chiropractic and massage services from Duncan Chiropractic Group to the entire community.
The university and the Duncan Chiropractic Group officially will open the facility with an 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. event on March 26, during which tours will be available.
“This partnership is part of a larger Cleary University strategy to provide added value to the local community and enhance the experience of its students,” says Matt Bennett, senior vice president of institutional advancement at Cleary. “The chiropractic and massage clinic is part of a larger wellness facility that will include a Titleist Kinesiology Swing School golf training academy on-site. Both facilities will be open to the public for full use.”
Many universities provide physical therapy and personal training to their athletes, but not often chiropractic and massage care, according to Cleary officials. The center is modeled after the Colorado Olympic Training Center.
Dr. Adam Leibinger, a Duncan physician, will be on-site full-time at the 1,200-square-foot Performance and Wellness Center.