img_3134Dr. Michael Cerami has been in practice since 1985 and is dedicated to helping people experience more out of life by maximizing the body’s healing and performance energies. This is done through the removal of structural, neurological and soft tissue distortions and tension. He uses a multitude of techniques and tools to help his clients get maximum benefits as quickly as possible.

As the director of Utah Sports and Wellness, his objective is to bring the latest and best clinical protocols and resources to his patients so they can get well faster without the need for drugs, surgery or long treatment plans.

Dr. Cerami personally started under chiropractic care in 1972 and after seeing the profound impact it had on his health and personal growth, decided to dedicate his life to sharing the goal of wellness and health. In addition to serving his community, Dr. Cerami has had the good fortune of taking care some amazing people; from NFL players, Hollywood movie stars, 2 Oscar winners, various National Champion athletes and Tour De France stage winners.
He consults regularly with doctors around the country that work exclusively with professional athletes so he can stay up with the latest research and techniques. Dr. Cerami is proud to have been part of the medical team in 2010, 2011, and 2012 as the Chiropractor for The Tour of Utah. Dr. Cerami attends numerous conferences and clinics every year and is the only physician in Salt Lake City that uses the Vitaeris 320 Hyperbaric oxygen chamber, as well as Frequency Specific Microcurrent. He is also certified in Advanced Muscle Integration technique (AMIT) And Network Spinal Analysis.
Dr. Cerami actively continues his post-graduate education through frequent participation in seminars on chiropractic, sports medicine, energy medicine, nutrition, and other healing disciplines. And as a triathlete for over two decades, you know you’ll be working with an athlete that understands athletes needs. Dr. Cerami is very concerned about all aspects of his patients’ health and “walks his talk.” He meditates regularly and has been been a vegetarian since 1990.

As director of Utah Sports and Wellness, his objective is to bring the latest and best clinical protocols and resources to his patients so they can get well, faster.