Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson has been in private practice for over 20 years.
Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson received her Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. In Vermont, she completed her externship, focusing on athletic injury and rehabilitation. In 2002, she was the Medical Director at the Liberty World Challenge for Outrigger Canoe. Two years later, she was selected Team Chiropractor for the United States Track and Field Team at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
Did you know Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson is an accomplished athlete in her own right? She is a marathon runner, a triathlete, avid skier and bike rider. Not only that, she is mentor to junior level track and field athletes. Also, she is on the medical staff for U.S. National and International Track and Field competitions.
Dr. Anderson obtained her athletic training certification from Brooklyn College and LIU Brooklyn. It was here she also completed graduate studies in exercise physiology. She continues her education with chiropractic care, wellness, technique, rehabilitation and nutrition courses. She speaks nationally on these topics, too.
Combining chiropractic care and a healthy lifestyle, Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson can reach each patient’s goal of wellness. A balanced body is achieved through proper diet and nutrition, exercise, reduced stress levels, posture, ergonomics and rest. Optimal health is achieved through personalized programs which benefit both athletes and non-athletes.
“A full life is not what you get from the world, but what you give it.”