As co-founder of Rowe Chiropractic Offices and developer of the comprehensive technique used at RCO, Dr. David Rowe is dedicated to a mission that goes far beyond spinal adjustment. His 34-year-old practice vows to: "educate and adjust as many individuals and families as possible to enable achievement of optimal health". Dr. David Rowe is tireless in this pursuit. He has traveled over a million miles learning and teaching this approach to health and wellness.
Dr. Rowe provides handouts to educate and inspire patients at every visit as well as free weekly wellness workshops. He sees chiropractic as a vital component of well-balanced, healthy lifestyles, rather than short term pain relief.
Educated at the Life Chiropractic College in Georgia, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1982, Dr. Rowe has regularly presented seminars for doctors of chiropractic as well as laypeople interested in natural preventative health care. Dr. Rowe is an active participant in community events, such as hosting Kids Day America.
Two major educational texts contain chapters authored by Dr. Rowe: "Chiropractic Management of Spinal Fracture" within The Textbook of Clinical Chiropractic: A Biomechanical Approach, edited by Gregory Plaugher and "Dislocation in Adolescent Patients with Acute Spinal Fractures" within Pediatric Chiropractic, edited by Claudia Anrig and Gregory Plaugher.
Dr. Rowe is a fellow of the Gonstead Clinical Studies Society and presently serves as its President. He resides in Manhattan and owns a fruit and nut orchard in Westchester County which allows his passion for organic agriculture to grow.