Dr. Barrett Parker is a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), New York Chiropractic Council and was selected as a Delegate to the New York State Chiropractic Association.
Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic is a family practice that combines complete chiropractic care with attention to the individual. Complete wellness and optimum health depends upon the entire body being healthy.
Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic specializes in spine, sport and other musculature conditions. Dr. Parker earned his bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University where he participated on the Big East Championship football teams and graduated with a bachelors in Exercise Physiology. At Syracuse he was fortunate to have had several experiences at local Syracuse industrial multidisciplinary wellness centers. He later earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College and was appointed to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. Here, he learned and taught the great advantage of interdisciplinary care. He managed patients within the orthopedic, radiology, hematology and physical medicine departments. He has successfully managed a wide array of conditions including: disc herniation’s, joint dysfunction, traumatic injury, chronic pain syndromes, tension and migraine headaches, soft tissue injuries, such as sprain/strain injury, nerve entrapment’s, scar tissue formation and repetitive strain disorders. Dr. Parker has been a panel member of many Wellness Committees for companies and events.
'Thank you for your time, I appreciate the opportunity to help
you reach your health goals.' - Dr. Parker
Dr. Timothy Daughton joined Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic after several years of working in a evidence-based multidisciplinary care center outside Philadelphia.
Dr. Daughton was a Syracuse native and men’s crew alumnus at Syracuse University. Dr. Daughton graduated SU with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and was valedictorian of his graduating class at New York Chiropractic College. He has worked closely with medical physicians to treat and manage a variety of spinal, myocardial and sports related injuries. Dr. Daughton is also certified in Graston Technique and computer based bio mechanical analysis.
Rhonda Shute joined Allied Spine and Sports Chiropractic after several years of working in a evidence-based multidisciplinary care center outside Philadelphia.
Rhonda Shute received her massage therapy certification from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Syracuse, NY. Since 2002, Rhonda has had a successful therapeutic massage and bodywork practice. After several years of practicing at Mirbeau Inn and Spa, as well as, private practice in LaFayette, NY she joined the staff at Allied Spine & Sports Chiropractic. She has pursued continuing education throughout her career and has several certifications. Rhonda is an Irongirl Triathlete and Marathon Finisher. She continues to maintain her active lifestyle with area road races.
Massage therapy is recognized for its ability to help the body’s systems relieve physical tension, mental stress, scar tissue and improve waste elimination. It also promotes circulation, muscle range of motion and aids in the recovery of such conditions as back pain, tension headache, lymphedema, high blood pressure, anxiety, post-activity muscle soreness and nerve compression syndromes.