Dr. Merritt is a graduate of Brown University and the National College of Chiropractic. He is a delegate to the American Chiropractic Association, as well as past president and board member of the NHCA. Dr. Merritt works collaboratively with legislators and regulators to ensure that New Hampshire citizens have continued access to high-quality chiropractic care.
Dr. Wes Merritt, DC
Susan Hall has been advocating for patient rights
as Office Manager since 1994
Doctors of Chiropractic are physicians who consider man as an integrated being and give special attention to the physiological and biochemical aspects including structural, spinal, musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular, nutritional, emotional, and environmental relationships.
Doctors of Chiropractic must complete four to five years at an accredited chiropractic college. The complete curriculum includes a minimum of 4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory, and clinical experience. Approximately 555 hours are devoted to learning about adjustive techniques and spinal analysis in colleges of chiropractic.
Those intending to become doctors of chiropractic must also pass the national board exam and all exams required by the state in which the individual wishes to practice. The individual must also meet all individual state licensing requirements in order to become a doctor of chiropractic.