Meet The Doctor

“I grew up in a chiropractic family. My father, Metro, was a chiropractor for 41 years. Thanks to chiropractic, I know what it means to feel and be healthy. I’ve never received a vaccination. I come from a chiropractic family that knows that immunizations/vaccinations are poisonous to children and adults. My family did not convince me to be a chiropractor, I felt like I had a calling to be a chiropractor. I love helping people. I feel that I use my hands to adjust your spine and God does the healing.

“More often then not, my patients become friends and I not only enjoy caring for their health and their family’s health as a chiropractor but we become part of each other’s lives. I look forward to seeing my “friends” and rejoicing and celebrating their personal highs, as well embracing and supporting them when times get rough. We end up helping each other with each visit in my office as we travel through the adventurous journey called life.”

On A Personal Note

Dr. Ferrance enjoys spending lots of time with his wife, Cindy, and his family. When not in the office, he enjoys the outdoors and helping family and friends with projects and riding his motorcycle or snowmobile.

Chiropractors Need Chiropractic Care Too!

Dr. Ferrance gets adjusted at least once a week by his friends and colleagues including his father, Dr. Metro Ferrance, of Philipsburg, PA. “Being a chiropractor in Irvona is a very physical job,” says Dr. Ferrance. “I must take good care of my body in order to give the best care possible to my patients. That includes regular exercise and eating a healthy diet as well as getting my spine adjusted on a regular basis.”

About The Doctor

Dr. Ferrance began his pre-chiropractic education at Penn State Dubois and continued at Scott Community College in Bettendorf, Iowa, where he studied the basic sciences. After completing his studies there, he was accepted to Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA. After graduating in 2000, Dr. Ferrance returned to Philipsburg, Pennsylvania to establish his practice. In 2001, he opened an office in Irvona, PA. After six years of running two offices, he consolidated his practice and made Irvona his full-time office.