About

Dr. Zandall Carpenter, DC-APC, CSCS is a leading fitness and wellness expert for athletes and those interested in health and lifestyle improvements.  Dr. Carpenter has practiced chiropractic medicine since 1999 and has over twenty years’ experience as a personal fitness consultant and massage therapist. He also has several years’ experience assisting endurance athletes in achieving their goals by focusing on injury prevention and optimal performance.  Zandall received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the prestigious Cleveland Chiropractic College of Los Angeles and currently holds a New Mexico advanced chiropractic license.  Zandall is  a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association who is passionate about working with people who actively participate in their own health and wellness.

Dr. Carpenter was born and raised in the beautiful Allegheny mountains of  West Virginia.  He has lived and practiced in Boston and Los Angeles.

Dr. Carpenter is a runner and has participated in triathlons, century bike rides, rockclimbing, scuba diving and backpacking.

Dr. Carpenter’s Philosophy
Dr. Carpenter’s focus and motivation is firmly established in working with athletes and those interested in creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  His philosophy on sports medicine is to work with the patient so he or she may achieve his or her goals and continue to enjoy the activities they are passionate about.

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One Response to About

  1. Rosanna says:

    I love what you’re doing for me!! I’m glad I found you. Keep up the good work.

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