Dr. James Wier understands what it’s like to be unwell. As a young child he suffered from several illnesses, then severe allergies kept him from participating in outdoor activities. Just when he overcame the allergies and started enjoying sports, he sustained four significant back injuries in one year. The last injury was so severe he was unable to tie his own shoes. He was able to finally achieve his wellbeing through exercise, nutrition, and Chiropractic.
Dr. Wier received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at New York Chiropractic College in 1985. He is a member of both the American and the New Hampshire Chiropractic Associations. Dr. Wier founded the Back/Stop Chiropractic Health Center in 1988 where he strives to be a portal of entry to holistic healthcare. By taking time to listen to and thoroughly evaluate his patients, he determines what approach is needed. This may include one of the many therapies he offers, a change in their habits, or a referral to another professional.
Dr. Wier has been in practice since 1986. He has taught Anatomy and Physiology at Hesser College and has been a featured guest on both radio and television. He has treated over seven thousand people from all walks of life. His patients range from infants to the elderly, and from athletes to the sedentary.
He has worked on celebrities such as a gold record winning rock guitarist, an Olympic athlete, and the late entertainer Bob Hope. He has also treated surgeons, physicians, and other medical professionals. His clientele has even included show dogs.
Dr. Wier enjoys a healthy and active adult life by skiing, kayaking, circuit training, cycling, and competing annually in the Mount Washington bicycle hill climb. He also enjoys photography and maintaining 14 acres in Greenfield, NH where he and his wife, Sheryl, reside with their two horses and two Doberman Pinschers.
The Back/Stop Chiropractic Health Center
536 Nashua Street, Milford, New Hampshire 03055, United States
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