Dr. Andy Marrone has a unique approach to nutrition and chiropractic. He strives to identify the actual source of his patients’ health concerns and takes the time to listen to them and answer their questions. This helps Dr. Marrone identify and eliminate underlying causes instead of simply treating symptoms with side-effect-producing prescription drugs. He applies his advanced training to help restore patients’ health using safe and natural methods.

Dr. Marrone graduated from the Sherman College of Chiropractic with high honors. His postgraduate work emphasizes enzyme nutrition and functional digestive nutritional testing. Dr. Marrone also has advanced specialized training in:

  • Enzyme nutrition
  • X-ray and MRI
  • 24-hour urinalysis
  • Blood chemistries
  • Digestive health
  • Physical diagnosis
  • Functional enzyme nutritional testing
  • Orthopedics
  • Neurology
  • Biomechanics of the spine

After being hit with debilitating low back pain during his undergraduate studies, Dr. Marrone went to see a chiropractor (who happened to be his long-time Karate instructor and later, his mentor). Within a few adjustments, he began experiencing first-hand the power of chiropractic, which helped him achieve a balance and clarity he had never before experienced.

After this life-changing experience, and after years of opposition from his family (including an anti-chiropractic medical doctor father), Dr. Marrone has forged a remarkable career as a practitioner, educator, and lecturer. He has many years of clinical experience, and his extensive knowledge of enzyme nutrition has made him a sought after practitioner and lecturer.

Dr. Marrone won’t waste your time. In the unlikely event he doesn’t think he will be able to help you, he will let you know right away, and refer you to another office. His philosophy is that chiropractic isn’t just about treating pain—it’s about removing roadblocks and paving the way to a happy, healthy life full of enjoyment and energy.

Dr. Andrew Marrone, Chiropractic Physician

Interested in making an appointment? Call 425-868-0120