Real spinal correction with the touch of a feather

If you are looking for doctors who are gentle yet highly effective, detail oriented but won’t order unnecessary tests, will show abundant concern for you and your health, and are available when you need them, then meet the professional staff at Pairmore & Young: Synergy Chiropractic.


With advanced specialty protocols for Migraine/Headaches, Lower Back and Leg Pain, Neck Injury/Whiplash and Post-Concussion Syndrome, we serve patients from all over Alaska. Pairmore & Young: Synergy Chiropractic is the only clinic in Alaska to offer the Atlas Orthogonal Procedure for correction of upper cervical spinal misalignment. We also offer the Cox Distraction Technique, a procedure for spinal decompression that can be an alternative to surgery. For longer lasting results, our Move-Well rehab evaluation and training can help to ensure long term benefits with in-office and at-home customized strengthening exercises. We have our own Acupuncturist who specializes in physiological balance, frequently a critical component in getting well.


Our professional goal is to reduce the possibility of an injury or health problem having long term painful effects on you for the rest of your life. With over 100 years combined clinical experience, we know the well-founded procedures and protocols to get you on the path to recovery and help you along the way as you mend and strengthen.


Let’s get you checked. Thousands of residents of Alaska suffer with the effects of spinal injury, both recent and past, acute and chronic. As a community outreach, we offer a complementary pre-consultation. The pre-consultation is an opportunity to have a conversation, not make a commitment. You can talk to the staff. Talk to one of the doctors. Get a painless static surface EMG of your spinal muscle activity while standing and have the doctor review any imaging you may have already done elsewhere. Get your questions answered and see what is available to you.

To schedule a complementary pre-consultation with one of our doctors click the button below.

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To learn more about the research and connection between neck injuries and migraines click the button below.

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Explaining Atlas Orthogonal

Has a head injury led to your migraines?