Our dedicated staff is comprised of three Doctors of Chiropractic and our valued support staff. Myers Chiropractic Clinic is always ready to understand and address your needs.
Dr. Jeffrey Myers
Attended the University of New Hampshire and Palmer College of Chiropractic, graduating cum laud in 1973. He has practiced continually at this location for 35 years as well as a branch office in Newmarket from 1975 – 1985. Dr. Myers is trained in Gonstead technic, Applied Kinesiology, toggle recoil, Cox flexion-distraction for lumbar disc herniation, and extremity adjusting including TMJ. He is certified to perform Evaluations of Permanent Impairment from the AMA Guides.
Dr. Scott Pike
Attended Salem State College and Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington, MN. After graduating in 1993, he opened Pike Chiropractic Center in Danvers, MA, and joined the staff at Myers Chiropractic. He continues to maintain both practices. Dr. Pike is trained in Diversified technic, Applied Kinesiology, Cox flexion-distraction for lumbar herniation, Cranialsacral technic, extremity adjusting including TMJ. He also employs Nutrition Response Testing (NRT), which tests the body for nutritional deficiencies to determine a whole food supplement protocol to support the natural innate healing process of the body.
Dr. Julia Myers
Attended Northeastern University in Boston, graduating in 1996, and Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, graduating in 2008. She interned in Radiology. She practiced in Brazil as part of the Palmer Clinic Abroad international outreach program. She is trained in Blair Specific Upper Cervical, Toggle Recoil, Cox flexion-distraction for lumbar disc herniation, Applied Kinesiology, Logan Technic, Diversified Technic, Activator, Webster Technic, TMJ and extremity adjusting.
Dr. Victor Myers (retired)
Dr. Victor and his wife Dorothy first became interested in Chiropractic when their youngest child was seriously ill in infancy. They found no help from conventional medicine, and in desperation turned to Chiropractic. The results from the first adjustment were dramatic, and the child recovered quickly. The rest of the family became patients, and interest in Chiropractic as a career soon developed. This required moving the family from Massachusetts to Iowa to enroll in Chiropractic School.
Graduating from the Palmer School of Chiropractic in 1957, Dr. Victor established his practice in Exeter in rented space on Front Street. The practice grew and seven years later he broke ground for the Clinic on Hampton Road. He practiced successfully until his retirement in 1988. However he remains available for consultation, and is indeed consulted on many cases.