Dr. Scott Baker

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Dr. Baker came from Davenport, Iowa to pursue his dream of becoming a Chiropractor. He realized God’s plan for him to start a life-changing upper cervical practice while attending Sherman College of Chiropractic. After living in the south for a couple years, he realized he never wanted to move any further north again! He decided to open his first practice in the town of Spartanburg, where he gained his knowledge of upper cervical care and a love for the people of the south. He, his wife, and their five children committed to staying in this area and believe that God would use them to bring change to a sick and broken community.

The heart of Dr. Baker’s service is to restore the broken lives of our community back to the design God intended, allowing the power that made the body to heal the body. As a young doctor with wisdom beyond his years, his passion for seeing sick people get well is igniting a fire here in our city and beyond.

Dr. Baker attended Scott Community College in Bettendorf, IA were he achieved an Associates in Arts & an Associates in Science. He then went on to St. Ambrose University to earn a B.S. in Biology all while running his contracting company and providing for the needs of his wife and children. He completed his Doctorate studies at Sherman College of Chiropractic where he was awarded the rare and prestigious Service Distinction Award, along with many other academic competition awards. He was also the student government class representative for three years and recipient of the BJ Bust Award for student recruitment. Dr. Baker also earned advanced certification in the Blair Upper Cervical Technique from Blair Society instructor Dr. Susan Hooper off-campus while attending Sherman. Dr. Baker is very active in his community with service such as: assistant coach for Broome HS & MS wrestling for three years in a row; serving as a volunteer fireman in Glendale, SC; volunteer at the Cross Roads Youth Ranch in Pacolet, SC; and VP of the GOP in Glendale, too.

He and his wife Cynthia reside in the Spartanburg area with their daughters, Ashley & Cayla, and their three sons Steffen, Monte’ & Anthony, where they are all active members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Spartanburg.

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