Dr. Kyle McKamey

Dr. Kyle McKamey is native of South Haven, a 1988 graduate of LC Mohr High School and has lived and worked in the South Haven area most of his life.

After working in the nuclear industry for several years after high school he decided to return to college to become a Doctor of Chiropractic after witnessing a healing miracle with his son after being adjusted by the highly skilled hands of a Doctor of Chiropractic. The adjustment given that day in 1997 allowed his son’s body to heal itself from an ear infection, which was the 7th one he had suffered from in his first year of life.


Dr. Kelly Lester, D.C.

Dr. Kelly Lester, D.C. grew up in Richland, Michigan and is a 2019 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. She has spent a lifetime in canine sports, including Field Trails, Hunt Tests, Conformation, Obedience, and Agility. Dr. Kelly also has a passion for equines, having owned horses throughout her life and having been a volunteer at the Cheff Therapeutic Riding Center while living in Richland.

She obtained undergraduate degrees in premedical biology and environmental science from Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan. From there she launched into a career in biomedical research, having worked for facilities in both the Greater Muskegon and Kalamazoo areas. During this time, she also held positions at various animal shelters/facilities in Western Michigan.

Dr. Kelly’s first introduction to Chiropractic was through the recovery of her Weimaraner “Skeeter” after he failed to respond to allopathic medicine. This was shortly followed by a drastic improvement in her 32-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse “Bigfoot,” who responded remarkably well to his first adjustment. As a skeptic and scientist, Dr. Kelly was blown away by the power of chiropractic with her animals and just had to learn more about it. So, after nearly a decade of work in Biomedical Research and Development, Dr. Kelly gave up western medicine to pursue a career that focused on the more natural healing methods found with Chiropractic.

In addition to the Palmer Package of adjusting techniques, Dr. Kelly has pursued further education in Cranial therapy and Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT®); a low force technique with the goal of balancing the neuromuscular system. Dr. Kelly is thrilled to also be obtaining certification in Animal Chiropractic, and she is looking forward to helping four-legged companions!