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State College, PA 16801 USA

(814) 234-5271

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Welcome to Nittany Valley Chiropractic Center
Your State College Chiropractor

Call us at (814) 234-5271 today.

Nittany Valley Chiropractic Center provides comprehensive chiropractic treatment, which includes manipulation of the spine and extremities, therapies, specific exercise prescription, rehab therapy, and nutritional advice to patients in the Centre Region of PA. Our four doctors, Dr. Roy Love, Dr. Shawn Sebora, Dr. Kayla Wagoner and Dr. Jay Wagoner share over 54 years of experience. We are proud to offer state of the art care for your health problem and pledge to return you to better health and function as quickly as possible. We have two offices, one in State College and one in Centre Hall. With the use of advanced sports injury treatments, rehab techniques, massage and chiropractic treatment we are proud of our excellent outcomes and a quick return to health for our patients. Over time, we’ve built a loyal large patient base providing excellent customer service and individualized treatment to each person who we welcome into our offices.

Please take some time and review our website and the information about chiropractic and health. We will update our site providing information to help you determine if our office is where you need to make an appointment and continuously provide information to help you stay well after you have become one of our patients.

If you are suffering from a health concern please call our office and we will gladly set up an appointment for a consultation and exam to see if we can help. If we feel we can not help we will refer you to another provider who will be able to help. That is our guarantee to you.

If you are new to seeing a chiropractor and want to find out more, please email us or call (814) 234-5271 to receive personalized answers to your questions from our friendly team. We also welcome referrals, so we invite you to share our chiropractic and wellness information with your friends and loved ones.

If you would like to stay informed about modern chiropractic care or if you want to start receiving free articles about health and wellness news, please subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, even if you are not a patient. Once you are subscribed, you will be able to explore our member wellness section and take advantage of our animated exercise videos, wellness articles, and other resources.

"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine

Dr. Roy M. Love Dr. Shawn Sebora Dr. Kayla Wagoner Dr. Jay Wagoner

Nittany Valley Chiropractic Center | (814) 234-5271

611 University Drive Ste 214
State College, PA 16801

3592 Penns Valley Rd,
Spring Mills, PA 16875
(814) 364-2535





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We greatly appreciate you as a patient and hope you tell your friends and family of your experience at Nittany Valley Chiropractic. In this new and changing world of healthcare your referrals to our office are the greatest compliment you can give us for helping you return to health. As a simple thank you we have produced this certificate which you can print out and give to a friend who is considering coming to our office.

Please print your name on the bottom of the certificate. If your friend, colleague, or family member presents the certificate upon being seen at our office you will be credited $20. A simple thank you for helping us help others. Thank you for your referrals!

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

State College Location

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Spring Mills Location

Monday:

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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