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Welcome To
Ian W. Shaw, D.C.
Palmer College
A. J. Armbruster,  D.C.
Life College
Call (810) 989-7429 to get started on your path to wellness
Mission Statement
At Shaw Chiropractic we work together with patients, listening to
their needs and provide individual treatment plans in a professional,
friendly, and courteous setting. Our goal is to improve spinal
function and alleviate pain, while encouraging optimum health.
Title Dr. Ian W. Shaw
Title Dr. Ian W. Shaw

Born & raised in the Blue Water Area. Graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Started Shaw Chiropractic in July of 1996. Graduate of the Dale Carnegie Human Relations Course. Enjoys being with his family, boating, playing hockey, and watching the Red Wings and the Lions.

Title Dr. A. J. Armbruster
Title Dr. A. J. Armbruster

Graduate of Life University School of Chiropractic. Joined Shaw Chiropractic in 2009. Founder and chairman for the Blue Water Young Professionals. Born & raised in Port Huron. Enjoys golfing, playing softball/baseball/volleyball, boating, camping, snowmobiling, and exercising.

(810) 989-7429
                                   Bed Wetting

Bed wetting, or Nocturnal Enuresis, is a complex problem that may be the result of many factors. One factor that can affect bed wetting is the disturbance of the phrenic reflex.  When young children sleep, their respiration slows until increased levels of carbon dioxide trigger a breathing mechanism called the "phrenic reflex."  If the reflex is disturbed, carbon dioxide in the system becomes high.  This in turn causes the involuntary muscles of the body to relax, including the opening at the bottom of the urinary bladder, allowing the urine in the bladder to be released.  In some children, the phrenic reflex is slow to develop. But in others, the reflex may be disturbed by a vertebral subluxation, which can be corrected by your chiropractor.  If your child is suffering the anguish of bed wetting, consider chiropractic care.