Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Kemmy Taylor was born and raised in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts. She attended the University of Massachusetts to study pre-medicine. While pursuing her studies at the University of Mass. she had the opportunity to study abroad for a year at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. After fulfilling her pre-med requirements, Dr. Kemmy decided to take a more natural route and entered Palmer College of Chiropractic where both she and her sister were accepted. While attending Palmer, Dr. Kemmy was active in the Sports Injury Club and became an intern for a local specialist. Her experience qualified her for a teaching position at the International Conference on Carpel Tunnel Syndrome in Chicago, teaching Doctors from around the world. During her senior year, Dr. Kemmy was selected as a Clinical Teaching Assistant for her Module and was also selected to participate in the humanitarian trip to Nepal along with Dr. Mischa and their classmates. On October 26, 2001 Dr. Kemmy Taylor graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Kemmy was invited to join Michigan Technological University’s Department of Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology as Assisant Teaching Professor working with both undergraduate and graduate students as a key faculty member as well as the intership coordinator. She is also well-versed in the clinical use of essential oils and works with families and individuals to achieve optimum health through using plant-based medicine. Dr. Kemmy’s passion on this topic led her to co-authoring two best-selling books: Essential Oils Made Simple and Emotions Made Simple. She brings a diverse, holistic approach to delivering her chiropractic care including specializing in trigger point therapy, a form of massage that works in conjunciton to chiropractic adjustments by bringing more oxygen to the affected areas and encouraging the muscles to release.
Dr. Kemmy and Dr. Mischa currently reside in Chassell with their two daughters, Nadja and Aryana.