The Kingston Chiropractor: Dr. Mahler
Dr. Paul R. Mahler Jr. is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. He has been treating patients for over a decade. After school, Dr. Mahler moved back to north-eastern PA were he opened Mahler Family Chiropractic Center (MFCC). Dr. Mahler has been blessed to serve the Wilkes-Barre and Kingston area as a chiropractor for over ten years.
It is Dr. Mahler’s dream to run a full service family practice, a dream he lives every day. To achieve this goal a full service practice has been created, including laser therapies, and physical therapies but focused around the chiropractic adjustment and the removal of subluxations.
With all of these, value added services, it is still the chiropractic adjustment that is the most powerful and unique service used by Dr. Mahler. He practices utilizing a range of technique ranging from low to moderate force. He utilizes Diversified, Gonstead, Cox Lumbar Flexion Distraction, Activator, Toggle Recoil, Thompson, and Palmer Package adjusting techniques. Using these tools Dr. Mahler has freed the healing potential of many patients. This has allowed for the successful management of many different and diverse conditions and improvement in his patients quality of life. Dr. Mahler believes in spinal hygiene for all and is committed to bringing chiropractic into the lives of everyone in North Easter Pennsylvania (NEPA)
Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport Ia., Doctor of Chiropractic 2001
University of Tampa, Tampa Fl., BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry and Marine Science 1992
Wyoming Seminary Preparatory School, Kingston PA. 1987
Road to Chiropractic:
Dr. Mahler worked in the Environmental field from 1992 to 1997 when he entered chiropractic school. During that time he worked as both a staff scientist with Environmental Science and Engineering (ES&E) and as a night shift supervisor and and inorganic chemistry supervisor at Progress Environmental Laboratories in Tampa Florida. During this time he pursued his academic care by taking graduate classes in oceanography at the University of South Florida as well as some undergraduate courses in engineering. At that Point Dr. Mahler decided that it was a care in chiropractic that he wanted to pursue.