Meet the team

Michael Glenn, LMT - Massage Therapist

Michael is originally from Cabot, AR where he graduated from Cabot High School. He then went to North Eastern Oklahoma A & M where he played college baseball. Michael transferred to UALR where he graduated with a degree in Health & Exercise Science in 2005. He received his License in Massage Therapy in 2014 after which he practiced in Denver, CO before returning to Little Rock. Michael’s passion is with sports, therapeutic, & deep tissue massage techniques along with stretching & exercise.  

Modalities include:

  • Deep Tissue
  • Sports
  • Pre-Natal
  • Lymph Drainage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Relaxation\Sweedish

Jeani Day - Chiropractic Assistant

Jeani is an AR native and graduated from Little Rock Central. She went to UALR where she studied Business Administration. She has 37 plus years of people skills experience within a few industries including Cosmetology, Banking, Information Systems, Software Production, Construction, and Management. She is the mother of 4 children: Luke, Rebecca, Owen, & Shea. Jeani recently became a proud grandmother to a granddaughter, Hudson.

She was captivated in 2012 by the Chiropractic Philosophy by obtaining the realization that being adjusted will help reduce, if not eliminate, taking so many medications that her doctors were prescribing her for so many years. Within 2 ½ years, 4 of the 8 medicines were purged and other prescription dosages have been decreased. She has also had 9 epidurals for child birth and other surgeries that were inflicting a massive amount of low back pain. Her low back pain has tremendously diminished since she began living the Chiropractic lifestyle.

Her oldest daughter, Rebecca, was the passenger in a near fatal car accident in 2015 injuring 12 vertebrae from the mid thoracic region to the base of her lumbar spine. Her sacrum, pelvis, and clavicle were sergically repaired and she sustained severe ligament damage in both feet. We know that Chiropractic care will support her healing process along with her range of motion and immune system boosting.

Her youngest son, Owen, has intense ADD which was diagnosed when he was in kindergarten; however, in the 3rd grade he began to get adjusted in order to regulate his medication and to avoid escalating his dosage. He is no longer medicated and is making much better grades in high school.

Her biggest passion is to take care of others along with providing top notch service to each and very patient.