Dr. Jason Williamson DC

After receiving my doctorate from National University in Lombard Illinois, I moved back home to Michigan to practice. Having grown up in a small West Michigan town, I love practicing in Portland, as it reminds me of “home.” Prior to becoming a chiropractor, I graduated from WMU and was teaching and coaching in Northern Michigan.

Here, at Portland Family Chiropractic, I care for patients of all ages and have completed hundreds of hours of continuing education including extensive studies in pediatric and pregnancy care. I am a member various associations including the Michigan Association of Chiropractic (MAC). As a Portland resident I serve on the City of Portland Planning Commission and the DDA (Downtown Development Association). Being active is important to me, as I love hiking, biking and playing sports. Vicki and I married in 2017 and I am the very proud dad of 2 sons. Vicki and I also have 3 fur-babies, cats, Thumper, Casper and Sharpie.

“Through these doors walk the most important people in the world…our patients.”

Dr. Jennifer Culp DC

Hello, my name is Dr. Jennifer Culp. I am a second generation chiropractor. My father and two of my brothers are also chiropractors. I graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1997 from Life University in Marietta Georgia, the largest chiropractic school in the world. I am a member of various associations such as the Michigan Association of Chiropractic (MAC), the International Chiropractic Association (ICA), and am certified through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). I care for families and individuals of all ages, ranging from newborns to adults into their 90’s.

I am married to Michael Culp (yes, the State Farm Agent) since 1992 and we have been truly blessed with five wonderful children: Brennen, Grace, Chloe, Leah, and Evan. In addition, we have a collie named, Bella and three kitties- YinYang, Koshka, and Toulouse

“ Chiropractic Care offers a multitude of health benefits and I’d love the opportunity to evaluate and discuss your individual needs.”