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Welcome to Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic

Your Syracuse Chiropractor


Welcome to Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic, your Syracuse Primary Spine Provider and Chiropractic Sports Physician. We emphasizes the importance of RELIEVING your pain, RESTORING your function so you can RECOVER your lifestyle.  We work with your medical providers and other health practitioners to provide the best outcome possible for back pain, neck pain, and sports injuries.

We are an evidence-based chiropractic office with a specialization in soft-tissue, low back pain, neck pain and sports injuries. Chiropractic care can help you achieve your health and wellness goals. For those patients who may already have pain or a sports injury, chiropractic care offers a unique way to provide pain relief for many types of pain and conditions, including back pain, neck pain, sciatica, muscle injury and more! Pain relief and pain prevention are two of the reasons that chiropractic services have become so popular, both here in Syracuse and around the world. Dr. Parker is proud to be the chiropractic consultant for Syracuse University Athletics and Le Moyne College Athletics and previously for the Syracuse Chiefs Baseball Team.

Why we are different

As your Primary Spine Provider, we at Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic believe you will see a difference in your care. We will bridge the gap between traditional medical care and complimentary health practitioners using valid and scientific evidence-based chiropractic and soft-tissue methods. We use safe, effective techniques and procedures to ensure the best possible outcome for your back pain, neck pain or sports injury.

Our Mission

Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic aims to relieve symptoms, restore function and recover individual lifestyles with excellence in patient care and education. We are dedicated to integrating and educating our referral sources about chiropractic care and how to optimally collaborate for the benefit of those we serve.

Thank you for your trust, it is a privilege to be part of your healthcare team!
In good health,

Dr. Barrett Parker
Syracuse Chiropractor & Primary Spine Practitioner

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Office Hours

Monday:

8 am - 12 pm

1 pm - 6 pm

Tuesday:

8 am - 12 pm

Wednesday:

8 am - 12 pm

1 pm - 6 pm

Thursday:

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Friday:

8 am - 12 pm

1 pm - 5:45 pm

Saturday:

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Sunday:

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""I have been seeing Dr. Parker for several years. Four years ago I moved to Baltimore for college. Since then I've been to another chiropractor and was unsatisfied. Now, every time I come home I see Dr. Parker. He is able to do more healing in 2 visits than the other could do with 15! I would strongly recommend Dr. Parker."

    Sincerely,"
    - Ben P. - College Graduate
  • ""For decades I have endured back, neck and hip pain. Over these many years I have been to see numerous chiropractors, and other specialists, in search of pain relief and increased mobility. Dr. Parker has been extremely helpful in this pursuit. He provides gentle manipulation and works with me to explore and find the best outcomes. Dr. Parker has been my chiropractor for several years now. He truly understands my individual issues, and continues to have my complete trust and confidence. "

    Sincerely,"
    - TLH
  • ""Dr. Parker was introduced to me by my friend when I came with her to an appointment. In the waiting room he noticed my hand was twitching. He examined me and told me about my condition. He managed my pain and got me better. I was back to my activities and feeling better than before I met him. Thanks Dr. Parker! I have told many friends about him and they have been happy as well."

    Sincerely,"
    - Helen B - Retired

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