About Us

About Us

Dr. Scott Alderson graduated with honors from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic in June of 2000. He served on 2 humanitarian missions, one to Panama and one to Peru. He and his wife Kim then relocated to the seacoast region of New Hampshire to begin in private practice.

Dr. Scott Alderson offers a blend of traditional chiropractic and newer innovations. His adjusting skills draw on many technique areas, Gonstead, Palmer Upper Cervical and Diversified, but also encompass some of the lower force and non-force concepts of Activator, SOT blocks 50and the Impulse adjusting instrumet. He has now begun incorporating Advanced Biostructural Correction (ABC) as well as Koren Specific Technique. This varied approach, as opposed to one size fits all, has helped him be successful in helping people who have had many others doctors to no avail.

He has cared for thousands of people of all ages and all walks of life, newborn babies barely hours old to people well into their 90’s. Adjusting his approach to benefit the needs of each individual.

He has been a featured health columnist for Foster's Daily Democrat and The Portsmouth Herald.

In 2001, Dr. Scott wrote and co-authored one of the most extensive research articles on the damage of nerve compression published in the Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research (Aug 2001). He served for 4 years on the Board of Directors for the NH State Chiropractic Society and developed his unique style of care after training with many of the masters in the profession. In 2006, he completed training in non-surgical spinal decompression with the DRX9000. He has since discontinued utilizing decompression because the long term outcomes were not that good.

Dr. Scott’s wife, Kim, has over 20 years experience as a ballet instructor and presently teaches at NH Academy of Performing Arts (NHAPA). Her students have been accepted into some of the finest ballet programs in the world. In 2006, Dr. Scott and Kim were blessed with the birth of their daughter, Isabelle.