Dr. Zachary LaVigne, BS, DC, CCEP
Dr. Zach grew up in Northern New York in the beautiful Adirondack Park where he enjoyed: camping, photography, hiking, downhill skiing, running, SCUBA diving, and whitewater kayaking.
He went to the University at Buffalo and earned a bachelor of science in exercise science, cum laude. He then went to Life University in Marietta, GA and received his doctor of chiropractic degree, cum laude.
Dr. LaVigne adjusts not only the spine but also the extremities. He has extensive additional training in this area of study and holds a CCEP (Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner) accreditation. Dr. LaVigne has taught Anatomy to students at the University at Buffalo and Radiology to students at Life University.
Dr. Zach believes that the human body has an innate ability to heal– as long as we are not interfering with its operations. However, everything we do nowadays is artificial compared to how we evolved.
One example of this is the lack of movement throughout our day. Americans sit ten+ hours per day. This decreased activity causes our joints to stiffen and make us sore and achy. Stiff joints not only feel bad, but is also limiting our bodies ability to accommodate extra strains and loads that are put on it with weight lifting, carrying, or just everyday activities–causing us to get injured.