About Us

Chiropractic is the natural way to get and stay healthy. Health comes from within. Chiropractic is the science of finding misalignments of the spine to reduce and correct interference to the nervous system. Drs. Doug and Anne Reilly have been serving Plumsteadville and the surrounding communities since 2003.

Whether you are new to chiropractic care or continuing chiropractic care, we are happy to answer any questions you may have. You can be assured that our doctors will listen to your health concerns, give you a thorough assessment and a plan to improve your health. Our doctors strive to serve the community through specific, gentle, hands-on Chiropractic care.

Every patient has an unique health history and a unique spine, so each patient’s treatment is individual to them. If need for additional evaluation is found necessary, the Chiropractor will refer the patient to the appropriate doctor or therapist to ensure the needs of the patient are properly met.

Meet Our Doctors


Dr. Anne Reilly

Dr. Anne is passionate about working with people of all ages and children to help them achieve their health goals through chiropractic care. She believes that when you empower someone with information they will continue to make better lifelong health care choices.


Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic by the National and Pennsylvania Chiropractic Board of Examiners: Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree- Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. University of Massachusetts-Bachelor of Arts. Member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association: Webster certified (pregnancy care): CTM, Competent Toastmaster

Fun Fact

Loves running, reading and travelling


Dr. Doug Reilly

Dr. Doug is committed to serving the community through specific chiropractic care and helping as many people/families as possible experience a better quality of life through better health.


Board Certified Doctor of Chiropractic by the National and Pennsylvania Chiropractic Board of Examiners: Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree- Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA; Lock Haven University-Bachelor of Science: Member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association: Member of the American Legion and VFW.  Served in U.S. Army – Iraq War Veteran

Fun Fact

The Number One Eagles Fan, gardening, coaching and watching daughter’s activities

What is Chiropractic?

About Chiropractic

Chiropractic was discovered in 1895 in Davenport, Iowa, U.S.A.

Doctors of Chiropractic specialize in locating and correcting Vertebral Subluxations. A Vertebral Subluxation is a misalignment of one or more of the twenty four moveable bones of the spine. Subluxations are commonly caused by stresses and impacts to the body from poor posture, poor sleeping habits, slips and falls, accidents, sports impacts, strenuous exercise, work injuries, childhood falls, even the birth process.

Subluxations cause stress to the spinal cord and spinal nerves which exit the spine between the spinal bones. This irritates the nerves and interferes with your bodies ability to function properly.

Chiropractic adjustments are safe and highly effective. People of all ages can receive chiropractic care to stay healthy, including infants and the elderly.

What is Chiropractic?

The Gonstead System of Chiropractic

The Gonstead system of Chiropractic was developed by Dr. Clarence S. Gonstead of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin beginning in 1923. He refined his unique system over a 55 year period.

The Gonstead system focuses on being as specific as possible with the examination and treatment of the patient. The examination includes taking a detailed history, instrumentation, static palpation, motion palpation, neurological testing and often times, full spine s-rays taken in the standing, weight -bearing position. Necessity of x-rays is determined during the functional examination.

Treatment is done by administering a very specific hands-on manipulation called an adjustment. By using his or her hands as adjusting tools, the Gonstead practicioner is better able to sense the relaxation of the patient and to control the direction and amplitude of the adjustment needed for each individual patient.

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