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Welcome to Casper Chiropractic
Your Utica Chiropractor

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Utica chiropractor, call (315) 735-0903 today!

I have been caring for the Utica community since 1989 providing a holistic approach to health and wellness, with emphasis on family and pediatric chiropractic care. I have had many years of experience caring for a variety of health issues including sports injuries, neck and low back pain, sciatica, headaches, migraines, and fibromyalgia. We offer convenient hours, well trained staff, and x-ray facilities in office, as well as health care workshops. A healthy spine and nervous system equals a healthier you.

At your first visit to Casper Chiropractic, Dr. Ed Casper will explain the science behind how chiropractic care works, and give you a full evaluation to see if chiropractic care is right for you. If there is a good fit, we can develop a plan of chiropractic care that is specific to your condition and health goals.

If you are new to seeing a chiropractor and want to find out more, please email us or call (315) 735-0903 to receive personalized answers to your questions from our friendly team.

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"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."

-New England Journal of Medicine

Ed Casper
Utica Chiropractor | Casper Chiropractic | (315) 735-0903

441 Trenton Ave
Utica, NY 13502

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Meet the Chiropractor

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  • Dr. Ed Casper

    Dr Casper has lived in the Utica area most of his life. He graduated from New York Mills High School in the Top Ten of his class, and then did his pre-Chiropractic college work at Utica College and Mohawk Valley Community College.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "When I came to Dr.Casper's office I was not able to stand comfortably in one place or walk for more than 15 minutes at a time. It made me dread having to go to the store when normally I would love to shop. My favorite form of exercise would be walking and that was limited to a half hour at the most. I have been coming to Dr. Casper for over a year now and have seen a vast improvement in my mobility. I am able to take long walks and enjoy the outdoors and can socialize in public settings, as I can stand in one place for a longer amount of time. Making that first visit to see Dr. Casper and continuing care has been one of the best decisions I have made."
    Sara D.
  • "Dr. Casper is the best! I have been his patient for a long time and he has helped me through a variety of issues over the years. His positive attitude and approach with me as an individual is outstanding, and his staff is wonderful. I highly recommend Dr. Ed. You will live a healthy existence."
    Vincent P.
  • "My family and I have been under the care of Dr. Ed Casper for over 20 years. My children, who are now in their twenties, began their chiropractic care as babies. I believe that because of this care, ear infections were either at the minimal, or just never existed. On many occasions I would say to Dr. Ed that I don't know how anyone could go through his or her life without chiropractic care. A pill simply masks the pain but never gets to the real problem itself so it just keeps surfacing and the pill-taking just increases! Chiropractic care gets to the root of the problem! Dr. Ed and his staff offer exemplary holistic chiropractic care. Just like the series "Cheers", It's a place where everyone is welcomed, a "caring family atmosphere prevails", and “everyone knows your name!"
    Paul S.
  • "What can I say besides Dr. Ed Casper is a miracle worker. I had recommendations from two people advising me to go to him with my back, neck, knee and hip problems. I could barely walk across the street. With his techniques, advice, and exercises he gave me------I am a completely mobile person.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you Dr. Casper!!"
    Lorraine H.
  • "Since going to Dr. Casper I noticed my breathing is a lot better. I don't get out of breath going up and down my cellar stairs. I originally went to Dr. Casper for sciatica pain which worked out great. I have no more pain and I really feel great."
    Theresa C.
  • "I began chiropractic care with Dr. Ed Casper in October 2013. I was seeking a cure from headaches, stress and tightness. I have discovered a cure for so many other things on my journey. Not only did I indeed find my stress, aches and headaches relieved, but I found better methods of reducing the start of the problems. I have discovered that chiropractic care has completely changed my outlook on so many things. I am more aware of my posture, the way I walk, sit and stand. It's given me so many answers to certain nerve feelings and how to relieve them instead of "popping a pill". I would recommend chiropractic care to anyone especially care from Dr. Ed Casper! Not only does he adjust my spine, but he educates me to a happier and healthier lifestyle!"
    Maria B.
  • "Being the son of a Chiropractor, I know the difference in results of a Palmer College of Chiropractic doctor (which Dr. Casper is) and others. I’ve been a patient of his for 20+ years and his expertise keeps me free of lower back pain and a whole host of other issues that crop up from time to time
    Dr. Casper’s the quintessential chiropractor and I wouldn’t think of going to anyone else."
    Greg M.

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