Michelle Grana, D.O. is a second-generation osteopathic physician: her father, Arthur Grana, D.O., was an osteopathic general surgeon. Dr. Michelle Grana was born in Cook County Hospital because her father was a student at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine upon her arrival.
Dr. Michelle Grana received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado - Boulder. She entered a liberal arts field, in which she was self-employed for many years. She returned to undergraduate school to take medical school prerequisites at Antelope Valley College in southern California, and graduated Summa cum Laude with an A.A. in Biological Sciences.
Dr. Grana moved to Huntsville, Alabama to care for her extremely ill mother, and initially accepted a job at a local hospital, taking over one of its primary care clinics. Her ultimate goal was to open a private practice in holistic medicine.
In January of 2017 she launched her practice beginning with Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (currently also known as Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine). This is a field of medicine in which doctors perform medically-approved treatments using their hands for the relief of chronic pain; back, hip and leg issues; migraines; sinus congestion/infections; occipital neuralgia and many more conditions. Dr. Grana has also had a great deal of success treating infants with colic, and those with misshapen heads from difficult birthing.
Dr. Grana also engages in holistic medical care, treating patients with herbs, supplements, and other natural fields of medicine.
In addition, Dr. Grana has acquired expertise in the field of LDN treatment. LDN is the only pharmaceutical she is passionate about using, and she uses it only for the treatment of certain conditions.
Please see the individual pages on this site if you would like more information about any of the above three fields.