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Our Approach

Artful Chiropractic believes that while pain is unavoidable, suffering is optional!  We offer drug-free pain relief from disc, joint, and muscle problems.  The process begins with proper diagnosis; Dr. Baroody utilizes the C.R.I.S.P. protocols developed by Dr. Donald Murphy, D.C., at Brown University's Alpert School of Medicine.  Once we know what the problem is, we choose the right tool for the job.  Artful Chiropractic is proud to offer Cox Technic and Active Release Technique, for the treatment of disc, joint, and muscle problems.

Our Story

Dr. Baroody is a 2004 graduate of New York Chiropractic College, in Seneca Falls, NY.  A martial artist for more than twenty-five years, he was introduced to chiropractic when he injured his low back being thrown.  The quick recovery that followed, and the opportunity to help others convinced him that chiropractic was the career for him.  Halfway through his education, however, Dr. Baroody sustained a serious shoulder injury, serious enough to require surgery.  After the surgery, however, ART accelerated his rehabilitation and enabled him to return to both chiropractic and the high level of martial arts he had enjoyed before the injury.

Meet the Team

Dr. Steve Baroody

Having been through the pain of a chronic injury, and the long search for someone who could help him, Dr. Baroody became very well-versed in the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder injuries, and pursued full certification in ART to allow him to provide the same quality of care that he had received.

Ashley Barss

Receptionist

Ashley Barrs is a 2014 graduate of Southern New Hampshire University, with a bachelor's degree in child development and a concentration in psychology.  Passionate about volunteering and traveling, Ashley has made time throughout the last three years to travel and volunteer with different programs within the U.S. and other countries such as South Africa and Portugal, to help encourage healthy living, educational growth, and build homes for families in need.

Sisko

The hardest working dog in chiropractic.