About Dr. Broderick

North Andover Chiropractic is a modern chiropractic and rehabilitation center in Andover, Massachusetts. Founded by John Broderick, DC, the practice provides comprehensive care for a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions, including herniated discs, arthritis, sciatica, and spinal stenosis.

Dr. Broderick is a skilled chiropractor with more than 20 years of experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions. As a trauma-qualified and PGA-certified chiropractor, Dr. Broderick has completed tours caring for professional golfers, and he specializes in sports injuries. His goal is to keep top athletes functioning at peak performance without invasive surgery or addictive medication.

After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Massachusetts Lowell in Lowell, Massachusetts, Dr. Broderick earned his doctorate in chiropractic care at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, New York. Soon after, he launched his own practice.

At North Andover Chiropractic, Dr. Broderick understands that proper spinal alignment is essential for good musculoskeletal health. That’s why he and the team perform spinal adjustments, flexion distraction, and the Activator Method® for their patients.

Blending traditional chiropractic techniques with contemporary pain relief treatments is one of the foundations of North Andover Chiropractic. Dr. Broderick and the team treat many soft tissue injuries with cold laser therapy. Unlike conventional laser therapy, cold lasers don’t heat the tissues they treat. This results in less pain, discomfort, and downtime.

Dr. Broderick and the team strive to create a warm, friendly environment for their patients. They work with patients to create individualized rehabilitation plans that address their unique chiropractic care needs. To learn more, call North Andover Chiropractic or schedule an appointment online today.

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North Andover Chiropractic
999 Osgood Street, Unit C
North Andover, MA 01845
Phone: 978-206-1215
Fax: 978-975-2437
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