I choose everyday to take small steps to continually live a life full of purpose and meaning. This path has led me to a deep passion for helping others. I look for the good in all trials and have discovered that 'The Key' to Life is Connection. I have been in practice since 2004 and cared for people in Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, Arizona and Fiji. I was raised in south eastern Michigan and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology from Michigan State University in 1999, with a major focused in the area of Exercise Science/Physiology. From there I advanced to Iowa, for my Doctorate degree in Chiropractic Care from Palmer College of Chiropractic.
I have studied and am proficient with many low force adjusting techniques including Activator, Thompson and Diversified. I am certified through the State of Michigan with a license to practice Chiropractic designed to increase the quality of your Life. I am married to an amazing woman with three amazing kids and my hobbies outside of the office include biking, young couple/marriage enrichment, Michigan State sports and personal growth.
Dr. Titze graduated from Michigan State University in 1982 (Cum Laude), and thus is a true Spartan fan. In 1985 he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa (Magna Cum Laude). Three days following graduation he began his practice at Waverly Chiropractic Center in Lansing, Michigan. Dr. Titze is a Candidate Fellow in Applied Spinal Bio-mechanical Engineering. As a member of the Michigan Chiropractic Association he has served as Secretary/Treasurer on the local district level. In 1986 and 1987 Dr. Titze volunteered his services to provide care to the migrant workers is Stockbridge, Michigan in conjunction with the Sparrow Hospital Association. In 1987 Dr. Titze served as the Chiropractor for the Wharton Center and provided care for various performers, in particular, the Broadway Dance Artists. In 1992 Dr. Titze volunteered his Chiropractic services to the L.P.G.A. golf professionals at the Inaugural Oldsmobile Classic Golf Tournament at Walnut Hills Golf Club in East Lansing, Michigan. The following year he was named Official Chiropractor of the Classic. As the number of women professional golfers that he cared for grew he traveled to Minnesota, Chicago, and Toledo to provide care at those L.P.G.A. Tournaments. In 1994 Dr.'s Titze and Settimi became the 1st Chiropractors invited to provide care (on-site) at a Women's U.S. Open Golf Championship. It was played at Indian Wood Golf Club in Lake Orion, Michigan. In 1995 Dr. Titze was invited to the 50th Women's U.S. Open Golf Championship played at the Broadmoar Golf Club in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Over the years Dr. Titze has provided care to over 180 L.P.G.A. Professionals and their caddies. Dr. Titze was fortunate to be the first Chiropractor for L.P.G.A. greats: Annika Soremstam, Donna Andrews, Emilee Klein, and Laurie Merten. Others he has provided care to are; Sally Little, Beth Daniel, Jan Stephenson, Hollis Stacy, JoAnne Carner, etc… Dr. Titze has provided care to athletes at several Corporate Challenges. Several athletes from MSU have also sought care with Dr. Titze including former place-kicker Paul Edinger who went on to kick for the Chicago Bears NFL Team.
Dr. Titze was the Official Chiropractor for 2001-2010 Common Grounds Music Festival in Lansing, Michigan. The venue brings professional musicians to perform for 1 week each year to the citizens of Lansing. Professional artists who Dr. Titze has provided care to include Gladys Knight and the Pips, Pat Benatar and her band, The Fabulous Thunderbird's, and Jethro Tull, Journey and Five For Fighting. Dr. Titze is married with two children. His hobbies include boating, water and snow skiing, golf, gardening , and fly fishing for salmon, steel-head, and trout.
I began practicing in Lansing, Michigan in 1981, after graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. I enjoy being part of a team network of Chiropractors between Waverly, Infinity and Ledges Chiropractic Centers. During my time of serving the Greater Lansing community, I have held several professional board member positions, including two terms on the Governor-appointed State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. I have always been involved with my profession, whether it is being part of an organization or simply being a Chiropractic advocate. I value taking care of people of all ages, but my passion lies in caring for infants and children. 30 years and 3 offices later, here I am! Come and meet me ~ I look forward to crossing paths with you!