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Sean E. McCauley, DC

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Dr. McCauley is a native of Gardner. He is a graduate of Mt. Wachusett Community College and Excelsior College in Albany, NY. He is a licensed chiropractic physician and a graduate of New York Chiropractic College (magna cum laude).

He is a member of the Gardner Chamber of Commerce, Business Network International (BNI), MA Chiropractic Society and Worcester County Chiropractic Society. He is also involved with the Center for Research into Automotive Safety and Health.

He specializes in Diversified adjustments (hands-on). He is certified in Flexion-Distraction Technique (one of the few clinics in this region – proven to provide phenomenal results with disc injuries and sciatica) as well as the Graston Technique (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization aimed at breaking down scar tissue and fascial restrictions). He holds advanced certification from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego in the areas of auto accident reconstruction and evaluation and treatment of auto related injuries(headaches, neck and back pain).


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