The Movement Clinic is a chiropractic-based rehabilitation and clinical fitness center serving the residents of Amherst and northern Ohio who are battling acute or chronic pain. No drugs, no surgery; just high-value and evidence-based care for a large variety of muscle, joint, and nerve related conditions. The goal of this clinic is to get people out of pain and back to doing the things that they love as soon as possible! If you are someone who is battling acute or chronic pain, or someone who wants to develop whole body fitness to move better and live better everyday, then come and get your individualized care plan today! Specialized care involves a multifaceted approach that includes manual mobilization/adjusting, soft tissue mobilization, in addition to other active and passive rehabilitation protocols.
Who We Are
Meet The Team
Dr. Michael Hozan
Dr. Hozan is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic where he has developed a passion for patient-centered care. He
hopes to revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered to the Northern Ohio community by utilizing the most up-to-date research and clinical skills to provide the best conservative care possible.
Michael is a graduate of Black River High School and former wrestler for The Ohio State University. He has always had a passion for sports and is currently a volunteer coach with Amherst Steele wrestling.
In his free time, Michael enjoys spending time outdoors hunting, fishing, and being active. But most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Dorothy, and daughter, Joelle.
Dorothy is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has a an MBA from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She ensures that clinic billing is convenient and easy for everyone.
Dorothy works closely with insurance companies to make sure you are getting the most out of the benefits you pay for and works to make care affordable for those that choose not to bill their insurance.
In her free time, you can find Dorothy out on a long hike or enjoying the outdoors with her husband, Michael, and daughter, Joelle.
Corrective Exercise Specialist
Clay is pursuing a degree in exercise science and is also pursuing multiple certifications in the fitness and strength and conditioning world.
He specializes in working with athletes who want to take their game to the next level but is well experienced in working with people of all ages with clients ranging from 13 years old to 73 years old.
Clay is a talented fitness programmer and has additional expertise in powerlifting techniques.
If you want to find out what this program is all about, schedule a free fitness consult with Clay to set your fitness goals and find out which program is best for you.
Danielle's yoga/mindfulness journey began in 2012 after having her second child. She was desperate for a space to really commit to a practice of self care. After her first vinyasa class she was hooked.
Not only does she love the way yoga/meditation makes her physical body feel, but she feels that the practice also nourishes her soul.
As a Registered Nurse, she has a strong passion for health and wellness, so practicing yoga has been a natural byproduct of her desire for people to live whole, healthy lives.
She enjoy's cooking, exercise, reading and nature. When she's not on my yoga mat you can find her in her role as wife and stay at home mom to three awesome kids!
Corrective Exercise Specialist
Daniel is an A.C.E. certified Personal Trainer, Group Exercise and Self-Defense instructor.
He started out in the fitness industry as a climbing instructor for children and adults. Taking his passion for teaching and fitness a step further, he became certified in group exercise classes for all ages.
He is well versed in a variety of fitness domains, ranging from tiny tumbling programs for toddlers, PE for middle schools, in addition to adult and senior classes for Parks and Recreation programs all over Ohio.
As a 1-on-1 Personal Trainer, he specializes in weight loss and strength programs, preferring those related to functional fitness and overall health.
Knowing that he helps people is the #1 reason he does what he does.
Tanna Torkelson completed her Yoga Teacher Training in 2014 with the hope of pairing yoga offerings to her private nutritional practice. As a Registered Dietitian, she believes the practice of yoga helps cultivate integrity within the body as well as the mind and that a regular yoga practice can help her clients with mindfulness even in the kitchen.
As a stay home mother of two, Tanna eventually started up a small wellness company that afforded her the opportunity to work with a multitude of communities. She routinely tailors classes and modifies postures for the specific class sequencing for specific needs. From athletic teams to corporate organizations, nursing homes, to crossfit gyms, Tanna has worked with all ages and abilities. She is known for meeting students 'where they are' in their ability and sharing yoga in a safe, accessible format.
Tanna is a wife, mother, dietitian and yoga teacher trainer. She loves Jesus, reading, hiking, cooking and spending time with her family and friends.
"Practicing yoga is an essential part of my life, sharing it is a joy."