Primary Spine Practitioner

About

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Modern education. Old-fashioned personal care.

Dr. Brendan McCann grew up in New Hampshire, and attended New York Chiropractic College with the vision of bringing integrative musculoskeletal care to the seacoast region. Experiences in cardiac rehabilitation, geriatric health, and employee fitness inspired his studies. Specialty training as a Primary Spine Practitioner in Providence, RI, led to his passion for modern spine care and rehabilitation.

EDUCATION

B.S. Exercise Science - University of New Hampshire
Doctorate of Chiropractic - New York Chiropractic College

AFFILIATIONS

Primary Spine Practitioner Network
American Chiropractic Association (committee member)
New Hampshire Chiropractic Association (board member)

CONTINUING EDUCATION

University of Pittsburgh PSP Certification
McKenzie Diagnosis and Treatment
Athletic Movement Assessment
Prague School to Athletic Development

What's a Primary Spine Practitioner?

A PSP is a point of first contact for people who have spine-related disorders. The PSP's skills include the means to care for the majority of spinal complaints in their office, and the knowledge to appropriately coordinate services from the vast array of other providers who might help the patients. In this way, the PSP acts as the 'quarterback' in ensuring the best outcomes for each patient.