Find out more about Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson: founder, CEO and Chiropractor at Anderson Peak Performance.
How did Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson begin her career?Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson has over 27 years of trustworthy, professional experience as a Chiropractic doctor. It was this experience which lead to her becoming the founder and CEO of Anderson Peak Performance. The Manhattan-based Chiropractic and wellness center has a tremendous following among professional athletes and performance artists of international reputation. Both appreciate the quality of her care and her discretion. Acclaimed for its excellent sport science and rehabilitation programs, Dr. Anderson received her Chiropractic degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri. An accomplished marathon runner, cyclist and skier, she committed her career to the chiropractic care and enhanced performance of avid athletes and performance artists. After graduation from Logan College, Dr. Anderson trained as an extern. She specialized in functional movement, athletic injury and rehabilitation, obtaining an Athletic Training Certification from Brooklyn College. Next, she went on to graduate studies in exercise physiology at LIU Brooklyn.
What did Dr. Jeannette M. Anderson do next?Dr. Anderson continues to improve upon and update her knowledge of Chiropractic and Physio in the Sport’s Performance arena. She did this by completing advanced certifications in the following:
• Chiropractic technique • non-force instrument adjusting • the Activator Method • Manual Therapy using the Graston Technique • Rehabilitation research with the Waff Activation/Deactivation System • Movement Analysis using the Eumotus Infrared TechnologyDr. Anderson’s expertise in athletic care resulted in her second World Championship as Chiropractor for Team USA. Most recently, she was appointed for the 2013 USA Paracycling World Championship. Most noteworthy, Dr. Anderson has been appointed at the Olympics! She was the Team Chiropractor for the United States Track and Field Team at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Due to her involvement at the Athens Olympics, Dr Anderson has been invited to continue treating US athletes at the Winter Olympics Training Center in Lake Placid over the last few years. For over 20 years she has supported younger track athletes locally in NYC, domestically and internationally through Chiropractic, lecturing and outreach into the local communities. She continues to treat nationally ranked US junior athletes competing in Track and Field events. Dr. Anderson’s history as a Breast Cancer Survivor helped increase her compassion and interest in helping women balance their Female Health Issues with an active lifestyle over the last 12 years. She continues to consult and treat women with the physical, mental and emotional challenges of hormonal imbalance. This includes all phases of the female reproductive cycle and menopause. Balance is achieved through a holistic model of Chiropractic, nutrition, exercise and complementary medicine. She uses a team of wellness practitioners inclusive of massage, acupuncture, functional medicine and podiatry.