Dr. Donald Anderson
Dr. Anderson graduated from Cornell University in 1979. He first became interested in chiropractic while being treated by a chiropractor for a rugby injury. Dr. Anderson was so impressed with how it enabled him to play with a serious disc injury, he decided to pursue chiropractic as a career and help others experience its benefits. He obtained his degree in 1991 from Life University in Marietta, GA. While attending Life University, he was a first side player of the nationally ranked rugby team and played on several tours in the British Isles and France. After graduation, he moved back to his native New England and purchased an existing chiropractic practice in White River Junction, VT. In December of 2010, the office relocated to 2577 Hartford Avenue in Wilder, VT. Dr. Anderson is certified in Active Release Technique, a form of muscle treatment used with many Olympic athletes. He specializes in sports-related injuries, family wellness, and workplace injuries.
Dr. Anderson lives in New Hampshire with his wife Susan and three daughters. An avid outdoors man, he spends much of his free time saltwater fly-fishing, bird hunting, and cross-country skiing.
Sue AndersonPractice Manager
Sue is a graduate of Boston College and spent several years working in Information Technology before deciding to stay home with their three small daughters. As a stay-at-home mom, she was involved in school, church, and community volunteer activities. As the girls grew up, Sue began taking a more active role in the practice, assuming office manager duties in 2014. When not in the office, Sue enjoys fishing and cross-country skiing with Dr. Anderson, as well as running, yoga, and hiking with their dogs.
Mandy PalamaraChiropractic Assistant
Mandy has been greeting patients at the front desk at Anderson Chiropractic since 2014. A lifelong resident of the Upper Valley, Mandy obtained a certificate in radiology from Tufts Dental School and spent several years working in the healthcare industry. Outside of work, Mandy loves to spend time with her husband, two sons, two cats, and a dog. Mandy particularly enjoys boating and paddle-boarding during the warm summer months.