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Cook Chiropractic & Rehabilitation

266 S 7th Street

Indiana, PA 15701 US

724-465-9160

724-465-9161

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Cook Chiropractic & Rehabilitation

Dr. Scott Cook, DC, ACRRT

The leading health professionals atCook Chiropractic & Rehabilitationare dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives. The staff iscommitted to being the absolute best intheirprofession. Theirreputation & success rate speaks for themselves.

Patients seeking treatment at Cook Chiropractic & Rehabilitationare assured of receiving only the finest quality care through the use of the newestequipment and technology available. You will notice thedoctor andstaff have a genuine concern for your well-being!

IfYouAre Looking toEndYourPain, &BeginLivingtheLifeYouDeserve,thenCall Us Today!

724-465-9160

266 S. 7th St.

Indiana, PA 15701

Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Scott R. Cook

    - Prior to moving to Indiana, PA, Dr. Cook was awarded a position as Chiropractor at  the prestigious Sports & Spine Rehabilitation Institute in Chicago, Il.

     - Dr. Cook works with professional, amateur, collegiate & high school athletes throughout the country. Some of these athletes travel considerable distances to be treated by Dr. Cook.

    - Dr. Cook has been selected to speak to many large corporations on injury prevention. 

    - Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology, Westminster College. 

    - Doctor of Chiropractic degree, National College of Chiropractic. 

            By attending multiple seminars every year Dr. Cook continues to stay on top of all new & current health issues.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • ""Thanks for all Your Help! You are by far the best Chiropractor out there""
    Jason Capizzi (NFL - Pittsburgh Steelers)

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:15 am

6:00pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am

3:00pm

Wednesday:

8:15 am

6:00pm

Thursday:

Emergencies

Emergencies

Friday:

8:15 am

5:30pm

Saturday:

Emergencies

Emergencies

Sunday:

Emergencies Only

Emergencies Only