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Dr. Amy Olson is a chiropractor serving Novi and Farmington Hills, MI. Dr. Olson and the rest of the welcoming team at SWC are commited to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs. Whether you are experiencing spinal pain, struggling with emotional stress/anxiety, or looking for wellness care for your entire family- we are here for you. Perhaps you are searching for a doctor highly experienced in pre-natal, infant, and toddler chiropractic care, considering training for a marathon, or looking to get off of multiple prescription medications. We will help you achieve your health and wellness goals. Here at SWC, we do not focus on pain, we focus on YOU. We strive to create a healthy spine and nervous system, which comes with the amazing "side effect" of pain elimination and the re-discovery of the pure joy in life.

During your first visit to SWC, Dr. Olson will explain how chiropractic care works, and perform a full evaluation to determine which of our chiropractic solutions will best address your specific health challenges. She will then create a customized care plan designed to get you back (and better than ever) to what you love.

Visit our testimonials page to find out what our patients are saying about Dr. Olson and the SWC team.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Novi chiropractor, call 248-513-3100 today!

Discover Wellness for Life

Dr. Amy Olson
Novi Chiropractor | StayWell Chiropractic | 248-513-3100

26200 Town Center Drive Suite 165
Novi, MI 48375


  • "StayWell Chiropractic is great. Friendly service and educational atmosphere. The health of my spine (my neck in particular) has greatly improved and I feel better than ever."


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