Chiropractic Care is Wellness Care
Dr. Lori DeVeuve, D.C.
Dr. DeVeuve has been practicing in Orleans since 1996, and has a special interest in whiplash and brain traumatology. Dr. DeVeuve is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College, and has been a member of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association.. Before Dr. DeVeuve began her studies in Chiropractic, she was an avid bodybuilder, active in a natural league of steroid free bodybuilders. She is certified in veterinary adjusting, and has done work toward her diplomate in Chiropractic Rehabilitation. She has an advanced Whiplash and Brain Traumatology certificate from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, and also holds a certificate in Graston Technique, used for acute and chronic soft tissue injuries.
The Web That Has No Weaver
Chiropractic health care is hundreds of years old; early bone setters were tribespeople rather than clinicians and "diagnosed" by using their hands not their X-ray machines. Science has brought us far from those early times - today's D.C.s use modern imaging techniques when necessary, but still rely on the age old "laying on of hands" in order to determine what parts of the body need treatment
A Complex Evolution
More than 200 specific types of Chiropractic treatment techniques exist - some techniques require the use of portable hand held adjusting devices, while others rely soley on a hands-on approach. Dr. DeVeuve's style incorporates many different techniques and is reflective of her extensive education in many different chiropractic disciplines. Treatment plans are individualized to reflect methods that work best for each particular patient.
Dr. DeVeuve believes in giving back to the community and the chiropractic profession through volunteer work. She spent many years doing voluntary chiropractic treatment at the Duffy Health Center in Hyannis, MA. The Center's mission is to improve the quality of life for persons who are homeless or at risk for homelessness on the Cape through community collaborations and a multidisciplinary health team approach that treats the whole person with dignity. In November of 2014, Dr. DeVeuve was appointed to the Board of Registration of Chiropractic in the commonwealth by the Governor and will serve a three year term.