Dr. James Peck is a graduate of the esteemed Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport,
Iowa. He has been in active practice in the area for over 40 years.
Dr. Peck is passionate about the benefits of a chiropractic lifestyle and has dedicated his life to
serving people of all ages and their pets. He truly believes that if everyone was adjusted from
birth to transition that world peace would be possible. People would be healthier, have less
discomfort, more patience, be more rational, more forgiving, have less road rage, and would
experience present-time consciousness!
Dr. Peck is a 1978 graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic and has maintained a private
practice since his graduation.
He completed two post-graduate programs in Chiropractic Philosophy, from September 2011 to June 2015, receiving the Academy of Chiropractic Philosophers (ACP) and Doctorate of Chiropractic Philosophical Studies (DCPHS) degrees. In 2013 he authored the book Chiropractic Uniting the Physical with the Spiritual, and in 2015, his paper ‘The Straight Mixer Controversy Will Chiropractic Survive Can It Thrive?’ was published in a peer-reviewed journal. Several of his technique innovations have been published in two Activator Technique textbooks.
He is a board member of the Massachusetts Association for Chiropractic for Chiropractic
Philosophy where he was awarded the Lighthouse Award in 2010. Dr. Peck is a nationally
sought-after speaker in chiropractic.
He is a member in good standing of the Merrimack Valley Chiropractic Association, the
Massachusetts Chiropractic Society, the International Chiropractic Association and the
International Federation of Chiropractic Organization serving on its Writers Committee.
He volunteers his time adjusting horses for the MSPCA and Essex Agricultural School and
adjusting Veterans at the Veteran Center in Haverhill.