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  • Dr.
    Robert Neiderhiser
    D.C.

    Dr. Robert Neiderhiser has been practicing chiropractic in Bloomsburg since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA, in 1971. He performed his undergraduate studies at Palmer Junior College. Dr. Bob has also completed the National Boards of Chiropractic Examiners and is also certified in Physiological therapeutics. He is also board eligible for the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedist and Neurology.

    He has held professional positions with the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association. He served as district director from 1992-1996 and state secretary from 1996-1997.

    Dr. Bob has completed many post graduate studies including: physical diagnosis, idiopathic scoliosis, orthopedics of spine/pelvis, lower and upper extremities, whiplash injuries and sports injuries/rehabilitation.

    Dr. Bob is an avid sports fan of football, ice hockey and baseball. His favorite teams are the Steelers, Penguins and the Pirates. He also enjoys riding his motorcycle and spending time with his eight grandchildren. He has been married to his wife, Tresa since 2007 and he has three children Trisha, Melisa and Rob.

  • Dr.
    Dale Neiderhiser
    D.C.

    Dr. Dale Neiderhiser has been practicing chiropractic in Bloomsburg since graduating from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1975.  He performed undergraduate studies at Bloomsburg University, Penn State, and Palmer Junior College. Dr. Dale is on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners and  is certified to preform medical exams for the department of transportation.

    Coming from a family of chiropractors, Dr. Dale has been around chiropractic all his life beginning with his uncle, Dr. Wesley Trout.  His two brothers, Dr. Glenn Neiderhiser and Dr. Robert Neiderhiser are also chiropractors.  And his daughter, Dr. Kylie Neiderhiser-Jeffery has now joined the chiropractic practice.  Several of his cousins are also chiropractors.

    Growing up in a chiropractic family, he witnessed the benefits of chiropractic treatment not only in relieving pain , but also as part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  Dr. Dale has also benefited first hand from chiropractic treatment for a chronic lower back injury that resulted in a pinched sciatic nerve.

    He has been active in the community having served in various leadership positions with the Columbia-Montour Council, Boy Scouts of America since 1996.  He served as President on the Council Executive Board.

    Dr. Dale’s hobbies include camping, hiking and riding motorcycle.  He has been married to Rosemarie since 1977 and they have three children together, Kylie, Adam and Alex.

  • Dr.
    Kylie Neiderhiser Jeffrey
    D.C.

    Dr. Kylie Neiderhiser Jeffrey is a 2004 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, where she attained her doctorate in Chiropractic.  During her time at Palmer College she was a member of Sigma Phi Chi sorority, worked as a clinical teaching assistant during her senior year and also participated in a clinic abroad trip to Morocco in 2004 to help bring Chiropractic care to those who were in need.

    She did her undergraduate studies at Luzerne County Community College and Bloomsburg University. After graduation Dr. Kylie attained her national certification by the National Board of Chiropractors. Dr. Kylie is on the  National Registry  of Certified Medical Examiners and is certified to preform medical exams for the  department of transportation. Dr. Kylie practices traditional manual chiropractic adjustments along with low force instrument adjusting, and used the latest in physiotherapies to help all of her patients’ needs. She has a special interest in women’s health, pregnancy and pediatric care.

    Dr. Kylie practices at the Chiropractic Care Center with her father, Dr. Dale, and her uncle, Dr. Bob, so their practice is family oriented from the core!  They come from a family strong in chiropractic, having more than 10 members as chiropractors across the United States and one in Brazil.

    In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, going on motorcycle rides, taking walks and spending time on the beach.  Dr. Kylie has 2 daughters, a step son and has been married to her husband Bill since 2009.

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  • "They are always attentive to my chiropractic needs and utilize some of the best methods for attaining positive results! They leave you feeling valued and satisfied as a client, too. Keep up the great services!"
    Michael V.
  • "I've been going to the Chiropractic Care Center since 1983. I have had excellent care with Dr. Bob, from lower back issues to neck issues. I highly recommend going."
    Lisa H.

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