Chiropractors in North Carolina

Charlotte (265)Raleigh (143)Asheville (91)Wilmington (78)Cary (75)
Durham (65)Greensboro (64)Winston Salem (43)Matthews (42)Mooresville (35)Concord (32)Huntersville (32)Cornelius (28)Fayetteville (26)Chapel Hill (25)Gastonia (25)Apex (23)Greenville (22)High Point (21)Hendersonville (20)Hickory (20)Goldsboro (18)Burlington (17)Boone (17)New Bern (17)Jacksonville (15)Shelby (15)Indian Trail (14)Wake Forest (14)Asheboro (14)Waynesville (13)Garner (13)Clayton (13)Wilson (13)Forest City (13)Sanford (12)Monroe (12)Lumberton (12)Kannapolis (12)Rocky Mount (11)Shallotte (11)Morrisville (11)Morganton (10)Clemmons (10)Kernersville (10)Denver (10)Holly Springs (9)Statesville (9)Salisbury (9)Belmont (9)Southport (8)Taylorsville (8)Waxhaw (8)Lexington (8)Knightdale (8)Fuquay Varina (7)Leland (7)Morehead City (7)Southern Pines (7)Lincolnton (7)Elizabeth City (7)Washington (7)Albemarle (6)Archdale (6)Wilkesboro (6)Black Mountain (6)Brevard (6)Sylva (6)Franklin (6)Clinton (6)Pittsboro (6)Marion (5)Aberdeen (5)Kings Mountain (5)Arden (5)Mount Airy (5)Mint Hill (5)Eden (5)Fletcher (5)Kinston (5)Roanoke Rapids (5)Reidsville (5)Henderson (5)Graham (4)Pineville (4)Rutherfordton (4)Nags Head (4)Conover (4)Murphy (4)Canton (4)Pembroke (4)Harrisburg (4)Havelock (4)Mebane (4)Hillsborough (4)Mars Hill (4)Ocean Isle Beach (4)Roxboro (3)Ahoskie (3)Mount Olive (3)Saluda (3)Davidson (3)Pinehurst (3)Columbus (3)Smithfield (3)Kitty Hawk (3)Mocksville (3)Camp Lejeune (3)Stedman (3)Elkin (3)Randleman (3)Thomasville (3)Maiden (3)Wallace (3)Benson (3)Beaufort (3)Lenoir (3)Weaverville (3)Wendell (3)West Jefferson (3)Newton (3)Edenton (3)Rolesville (3)Richlands (3)

Learn more about Chiropractors

A chiropractor specializes in correcting spinal alignment problems without drugs or surgery. Chiropractors diagnose and treat conditions, such as back and neck pain, headaches, and fibromyalgia. They provide nonsurgical and alternative back pain relief using manual spinal adjustments and other hands-on therapies. Chiropractors base their approach to treatment on the concept that the relationship between the body’s structure and nervous system affects overall health.

A chiropractor typically: 

  • Evaluates the patient's medical history and performs a physical examination with special attention to the spine
  • Teaches patients about their condition, the treatment plan, and how to perform exercises at home
  • Orders and interprets laboratory and imaging tests, such as X-ray and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging)
  • Diagnoses certain conditions and refers patients to other doctors if needed
  • Performs treatments, such as spinal adjustment, electrical therapy, and mobilization therapy
  • Provides nutritional, dietary, occupational, and lifestyle modification counseling
  • Works closely with physicians and other members of your healthcare team as needed to ensure optimal care

A chiropractor may also be known by the following terms: back doctor, chiropractic doctor, doctor of chiropractic, and DC.

There are 1975 specialists practicing Chiropractic in North Carolina with an overall average rating of 4.7 stars. There are 43 hospitals in North Carolina with affiliated Chiropractic specialists, including Atrium Health's Carolinas Medical Center, Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center and Mission Hospital - Asheville.