Sports Chiropractic

Why Choose a Certified Sports Chiropractor?

If you want the best in healthcare for people of all activity levels; high caliber athletes, recreational athletes or those seeking to feel great engaging in daily activities, call us to see how we can get you back in the game…No matter what your game might be!

  •  Faster recovery from injury means getting back to playing sooner

  •  Access to a wider range of treatment tools

  •  Expertise in high-performance athletics and preventive strategies

  •  Guidance for athletic training

  •  Sports nutrition consulting

  •  Individualized treatment

  •  Sports-specific treatment and preventive exercises

  •  Ability to integrate treatment with training

  •  Reduced treatment duration means less visits

  •  Corrective exercises to prevent injuries



Many of today’s athletes utilize a sports chiropractor to prevent injury and to improve biomechanical and neuromuscular function with the ultimate goal of enhancing performance. As of 2015, all 32/32 NFL teams now have an official team Chiropractor and 27/30 MLB teams have an official team Chiropractor (the other 3 teams allow the players to consult Chiropractors). Almost every NBA team has an official team Chiropractor as well. In 2006, a study analyzing Division I NCAA college athletes at inter-college sporting events in Hawaii found that chiropractic usage within the last 12 months was reported by 39% of respondents.


The unique expertise applied to the management of athletic injuries by certified sports chiropractors improves patient outcomes.  The training and experience common to certified sports chiropractors allows faster and more precise diagnosis of problems related to exercise, repetitive motion and high-intensity activity.  Smarter more targeted rehabilitation allows patients a more rapid return to function and prevents recurrences.  Sports Chiropractic is concerned with extreme energy expenditure, high magnitude forces and high-velocity motion and the effects those have on bodily function.


Both Dr. Peter Scornaiencki and Dr. Rachael McCoy are Certified Chiropractic Sports Physicians (CCSP®), through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians  It is a rigorous post graduate program where candidates must  complete a minimum of 100 hours of postgraduate education in the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physicians® program from an accredited chiropractic college.  CCSPs® must also complete continuing education hours yearly.   They are both highly trained in the treatment of sports injuries and have worked with athletes in all levels of sports.

Dr. Peter Scornaiencki, D.C., CCSP
Dr. Rachael McCoy, D.C., CCSP