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Scarborough, ME 04074 US


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Dr. Stuart Cayer

  • Dr.
    Stuart Cayer

    Dr. Stuart Cayer is the founding member of Scarborough Family Chiropractic. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic, the founding college of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa.  He was honored by being designated Salutatorian of his graduating class at Palmer as well as achieving the level of Presidential Scholar. He is also a member of Pi Tau Delta International Chiropractic Honor Society and active in the Alumni Association at Palmer College.  Following a clinical internship in Davenport Iowa, Dr. Cayer successfully completed an additional internship in Anchorage Alaska at the Ireland Clinic of Chiropractic, one of the largest and most reputable chiropractic health care facilities in Alaska.

    Dr. Cayer's undergraduate studies were completed at the University of Maine at Orono, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering, graduating with high distinction.

    Dr. Cayer is certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and is a member of the International Chiropractor's Association and the Maine Chiropractic Association.  Dr. Cayer is a frequent speaker to local groups and businesses about chiropractic health care and continually strives to educate people about health and wellness.

    The International Chiropractic Association (ICA) has recognized Dr. Cayer for his successful completion of their postgraduate wellness certification program which encompasses all aspects of a wellness lifestyle including physical, bio-chemical, and psychological dimensions.  In addition to being a Certified Wellness Practitioner, Dr. Cayer is also a member of the ICA's Council on Wellness Science and lectures extensively in the community on how to achieve a wellness lifestyle.

    Dr. Cayer is an avid soccer player and skier.  While at Palmer he held the position of player and coach of the men's soccer team and continues to actively participate in a competitive soccer league locally.  Dr. Cayer and his family are Sugarloafers and spend as much of their winter as possible on the mountain.  He lives in Scarborough with his wife April and their daughters Isabel and Ava.

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  • "Such a professional office with some of the best customer service! My son and I always feel so welcomed and amongst some extremely knowledgeable chiropractors. Thanks for all you do and making our visits so enjoyable!"
    Julie F. Scarborough, ME

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