Andrew Wade

Andrew Wade

, DC

Dr. Andrew Wade graduated from Cornell University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Health and Society. While playing varsity football for the Big Red a few injuries sidelined him and led him into rehabilitation, where he was introduced to the natural healing of chiropractic. From there, he continued a quest to become a chiropractor, and earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic at D’Youville College. After earning his graduate degree he started his chiropractic career in the Portland, Oregon region, where he practiced for four years before joining the UBNS team in 2021.  Dr. Wade is licensed in New York State, as well as certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

Since starting his chiropractic career he has effectively treated an extensive variety of acute injuries and chronic conditions, motor vehicle accident and whiplash cases, sports- and work-related injuries, pre- and post-operative spinal cases, headache/migraine cases, as well as wellness patients.  Emphasis of his skills and training lean toward conservative treatment protocols, including chiropractic manipulative therapy, soft tissue instrument assisted mobilization, flexion-distraction decompression technique, and promoting active care such as exercise and nutrition. Dr. Wade has observed the powerful benefits of chiropractic care as a hands-on conservative therapy, providing pain relief, pain management, and injury prevention with patients of all ages, 6 weeks old to 99 years young. He is committed to demonstrate and educate his patients with the tools needed to live a healthy lifestyle and maintain wellness. It is a pleasure to be part of team of practitioners at UBNS that work together intimately for the ultimate betterment of every patient that walks through the doors.

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