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Natural Awakenings Greater Boston - Rhode Island

Dr. Sherry Morrissette, DC, DACNB: The Chiropractic Neurology Center of West Greenwich

For 30 years, Dr. Sherry Morrissette has been affecting her patients' nervous systems using a whole-body approach. She received her chiropractic doctorate from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1992 and went on to study functional neurology with the Carrick Institute, obtaining her Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board Credentials. Later, Dr. Morrissette went on to pursue a specialization in pediatric chiropractic through Palmer College (Davenport Iowa) in 1997.

More recently, in 2016, Dr. Morrissette became board-certified in neurofeedback and has become a leading expert in Rhode Island. She is also a member of the Disc Centers of America and has been certified to use a non-surgical spinal decompression table, a technology to rid patients of disc pain, leg pain and associated muscle spasms.

Services provided: Chiropractic adjustments, non-surgical spinal decompression, low level laser (class III b), red light therapy, Braincore neurofeedback, PEMF (Pulse and Bemer), oxygen therapy, food sensitivity testing, supplementation, detoxification programs and more. Her team utilizes QEEG’s, X-rays, MRIs, blood labs, urinalysis and many other tests to determine the underlying cause of the patient’s symptoms.

Areas of specialty: Treatment of both acute and chronic symptoms of the nervous system, chronic pain conditions, peripheral neuropathy, disc problems, leg pain, memory problems, balance issues, trouble sleeping and symptoms associated with ADHD and anxiety.

Healing/healthy living philosophy: Treat every person with a whole-body approach. Treatments are customized to best treat each individual patient. Her primary goal is to help the body obtain homeostasis (balance), especially involving the vagus nerve (the brain and gut connection).

The Chiropractic Neurology Center of West Greenwich, 16 Nooseneck Hill Rd., Ste. A, West Greenwich, RI. For more information, call 401-397-9948 or visit