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Dr. Douglas Obetz, D.C., D.A.C.B.S.P.

Dr. Obetz is a Chiropractic Physician practicing since 1990. 

Dr. Obetz was born and raised in Lancaster County, PA and has been an avid athlete his entire life.  He attended and graduated from Rutgers University in NJ, with a B.S. degree in Exercise Science and a minor in Biology. He was a three time letter winning Division I intercollegiate wrestler at Rutgers.  He has always known that he would be entering the health care field from his high school days.  While at Rutgers he was exposed to numerous situations that led him into the field of chiropractic. 

He graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 1990 and received his Diplomate in Sports Injuries from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians in 1996.

While at Rutgers University and at NYCC, he spent endless hours in the physical therapy field and was trained as a P.T.A.  (physical therapy assistance) in the VA medical system working at two VA medical centers; Manhattan, NY and Salem, VA. 

With his training and exposure in both the chiropractic and physical therapy fields he is able to utilize numerous physical medicine and rehabilitation procedures to assist patients with their health and recovery.

Dr. Obetz has worked with many elite level adolescent athletes over his years of practice.  He has assisted with the health of his patients to achieve their optimal performance.  He has worked with the Lyles brothers who recently graduated high school and signed a professional track contract with Adidas.  Dr. Obetz began working with the Lyles brothers when they were freshmen. He has been responsible for their nutrition, chiropractic, stretching and acute care for four years. Working along side of their coaches and trainer he has seen both qualify for the 2016 Olympic Track and Field Trials as well as their national and international championships.  Dr. Obetz continues to work with the w Noah and Josephus in their professional careers.  Dr. Obetz has worked with and guided many other adolescent athletes to the college, professional and Olympic levels.    

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