Dr. Christine Sheridan
Dr. Sheridan was born and raised in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. She attended G.A.R. High School where she was an honor student and Vice President of her class. She was a member of Future Teacher s of America and the JV and Varsity Basketball and Track Teams. She was also a member of the Strutter Team.
She went on to attain a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Penn State University. Her training included additional credits for a counseling internship at the Lewistown Day Treatment Center. After graduation, she worked as the Director of Counseling and Education for a non-profit organization. While working full time she pursued a Master of Science Degree in Human Services Administration from College Misericordia where she also worked part-time as a Graduate Assistant for the Office of Continuing Education. She then became the Executive Director of a non-profit organization that provided advocacy and representative payee services for individuals who were mentally, emotionally, or physically handicapped. Under her leadership, the agency tripled in size providing much needed assistance to larger numbers of individuals with handicaps. She is also a graduate of Leadership Wilkes Barre and Penn State’s Leadership Program.
After 13 years in the social work field, her interest in holistic healthcare led her to pursue a career in chiropractic care. She left Pennsylvania to attend New York Chiropractic College. While attending NYCC, she worked part time as an X-ray Tutor and assisted in X-ray Technique Labs. She rotated through internships that included NYCC’s Student Health Center in Seneca Falls, NY. She then relocated to the Buffalo area for an extended internship at the Cheektowaga Health Center and the Buffalo Salvation Army Health Center. She is also trained in meridian therapy.
Following graduation she returned to Pennsylvania and established a private practice in Wyoming. A few years later, she moved her office to Lee Park Avenue in Hanover Township. She has been in practice since 1997.
Post-graduate education has focused heavily on gentle chiropractic techniques and clinical nutrition. She treats a variety of musculoskeletal conditions that include neck and back pain, rotator cuff syndromes, herniated discs, strain/sprain injuries to the spine or extremities, carpal tunnel syndrome, jaw dysfunction, golfer’s elbow, and tennis elbow. She also utilizes non-needle acupuncture and provides tailor-designed nutrition programs. She has a family practice and treats children and adults. To be seen at her office, call 570 822 8254 and ask for an appointment with Dr. Sheridan.