Dr. Sean Carey was born in Newburyport, and currently lives in Rowley. He spent most of his life on the North Shore, and this area has always; and will always be home for him.
After graduating from Triton High School, Dr. Sean attended the University of Maine where he studied nutrition and exercise physiology.
Dr. Sean tells us: “I was young, in great shape, and had a great diet; but I was always in pain. I was routinely taking Aleve and other NSAID’s for neck pain and shoulder pain that still lingered from old sports injuries.
I met a chiropractor who explained how my entire body was controlled by my brain and central nervous system. When your spine has shifted out of alignment, it interferes with the brain’s ability to send and receive messages; and can affect your body’s innate ability to heal.
His explanation made a great deal of sense to me, so I began care. I started feeling better, sleeping better, moving better, and even thinking better. The best way to describe my experience is to say that I came out of a fog that I hadn’t even realized I was in.”
After discovering firsthand the benefits of chiropractic care, he moved to Dallas to attend Parker University. While receiving his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree, he also took hundreds of hours of post-graduate courses in Functional Neurology through the Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. As a child, Dr. Sean watched as his mother recovered from a large brain tumor; and also watched his father suffer with debilitating migraine headaches as the result of a car accident. He has always been fascinated by the brain and how it works, and has devoted countless hours to studying the intricacies of the body so that they can better serve not only you, but his only family as well.
Dr. Sean Carey