My name is Dr. Jay M. Lipoff and I grew up and graduated from Chittenango High School in New York. I received my B.S. degree from Syracuse University in 1990 and a Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.), from New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) in 1994. In 2005, I became a Certified Fitness Trainer (CFT) through ISSA and also worked as a part-time clinician for NYCC for 5 years.
I decided to become a Doctor of Chiropractic after my family experienced tremendous relief with chiropractic when no one else could help or provide answers. Migraine headaches with numbness into the arm and a severe car accident almost ruined the life of 2 family members. After trying chiropractic, both regained their health, life and made a full recovery.
I have always had a firm belief in diet, exercise, massage, positive thinking and the power of the body to heal. Chiropractic allowed me to put it all together for a complete approach to a patient's health.
Regardless of a patient’s age, athletic ability or profession, chiropractic has helped them regain their health and enjoy life to its fullest. There is no better profession than chiropractic and it is very rewarding to be able to help so many people. I look forward to providing you and your family with the best, personalized care to ensure a healthy future.
I was in private practice in NY for almost 20 years. However in 2005, while I was playing baseball in the World Series Tournament in Florida, I met a St. Mary’s County girl. Eventually I sold my practice and moved to MD permanently. Now with two sons, we made the decision to move further south, back home, to where my wife’s family is and where we have great friends and ties to the community.
I enjoy playing baseball and other sports, Paleontology & dinosaurs, playing guitar, singing & song writing, art & architecture, travel & scuba diving, family and nature. Most recently I put the finishing touches on a book called “Back At Your Best”.
Active In His Profession
"As with all my associates, I like to stay in touch with the profession through regular meetings and activities. Peers are an invaluable source of new information."
- Executive Member, International Chiropractic Association Council on Fitness and Sports Health Science
- Co-Founder, Drug Free Training USA
- Member, NY Strength-promoting the importance of physical conditioning
- Member, Maryland Chiropractic Association & Public Relations Committee
- Contributing Health Writer for The Baynet
Continuing the Search for New and Better Techniques in Healthcare
"In an ideal situation, a Doctor of Chiropractic should use a combination of tested techniques with the latest advances in exercise and nutrition to aid in the healing process."
National Symposium on Natural Health and Fitness, The X-ray and MRI Lumbar Spine Conference, Flexion-Distraction of the Lumbar Spine, Muscle, Mind and More, Scoliosis, Certificate in Meridian Therapy, Applied Kinesiology.
Yours in Health,
Dr. Jay M. Lipoff, C.F.T.
Isn't it time you were,
Back At Your Best!