Dr. Stacy Carter, a Syracuse native, completed her undergraduate studies at LeMoyne College. She continued her academic career at New York Chiropractic College, where she received a Master’s in Applied Clinical Nutrition and later her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree.
Dr. Carter moved to Fort Wainwright, AK where her husband, Richard, proudly served in the US Army. She had the opportunity to work at Bassett Army Community Hospital, collaborating with other health care professionals in the rehabilitation of our active duty and retired military. Also credentialed through the hospital as a Red Cross Volunteer, Dr. Carter provided chiropractic care to active duty military. She would later take the role as clinic director of a multi-specialty chronic pain clinic, The Northwest Pain Relief Center, in Fairbanks, AK before moving back to Syracuse.
Dr. Carter values the benefits of: patient-centered care, preventative care, patient-support, and the sharing of knowledge. She enjoys connecting with people and is passionate about the impact chiropractic care can have on one’s health journey.
She is currently a member of the Christian Chiropractors Association.