Dr. and Mrs. Story have been providing Chiropractic care to the residents of the Lake Wallenpaupack area since 1987. They were introduced to Chiropractic through a personal experience with their first son, Erik. At only a couple of months old, Erik was having upper respiratory difficulties that were not improving with the pediatric medical care they sought for him. Through a referral by a friend, they decided to have their son examined and adjusted by a local Chiropractor. The baby responded extremely well to the Chiropractic care and his respiratory problems resolved without further issue. This pointed the Story's in a new direction and Dr. Story returned to college. After completing his pre-Chiropractic studies at Ocean County Community College in Toms River, NJ, he then attended Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic in July, 1982. Dr. Story successfully passed the National Chiropractic Board Exams, administered by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, in the Fall of 1985 and received the degree of D.C., Doctor of Chiropractic in June of 1986. Dr. Story passed the Pennsylvania Board of Chiropractic Examiners practical exam and was granted his license to practice in May, 1986. Following graduation from Chiropractic College, Dr. and Mrs. Story opened their practice in South Sterling, PA in the spring of 1987. In the fall of 2006, Dr. and Mrs. Story relocated their practice to its current location on Main Street, (Route 507) at the north end of Newfoundland, PA. When not in the office, Dr. and Mrs. Story enjoy their family, home in Lake Ariel, motorcycle touring, bicycling and exploring interesting places and things to see and do.
is valuable. Because of this, we work by appointment. This permits the time needed to provide you the best care possible and allows the office to operate efficiently. We appreciate your cooperation with our appointment scheduling and how it benefits us both.
Our two, bright adjusting rooms are equipped with Zenith II Pneumatic Adjusting Tables. These tables enable very comfortable, low-force spinal adjusting techniques. No crawling on and off of stationary tables when you get adjusted. You just step onto the foot platform, the table is positioned for your height, and it slowly lowers to the horizontal position. When the adjustment is completed, the table will raise you up and you just step off the platform. Very patient friendly adjusting tables.