Dr. Kate Lynch
Dr. Kate Lynch grew up in Palmyra, Maine and received her undergratuate B.A. degree from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine. She currently resides in Falmouth, Maine with her husband and three children.
Dr. Lynch went to Chiropractic School at Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA. She has a concentration in Sports Injury. Being a mom herself, she also specializes in pregnancy care.
As an athlete herself, Dr. Lynch has adopted a “hands on” adjusting style and has created an clinic that integrates multiple chiropractic, soft tissue, and physiotherapy techniques to achieve the best clinical outcome of the patient.
Dr. Lynch loves to spend her Falls coaching her three little kids in soccer, and tending to seasonal High School athletes. As an athlete herself she has competed as a professional cyclist in multiple USA Cycling National Mountain Bike Series races and competed in multiple endurance Nordic races; including several Boulder Mountain Tours and the Glide the Divide 100K skate race. This past Fall, she and her husband competed in the 12 hours of Bradbury Mountain mountain bike race as a coed duo team. – and came away champions. In her spare time you will find her with her husband and three children skiing and cycling in the backcountry of Maine, as well as the Tetons of Wyoming and Idaho..
Dr. Robert Liguori
Dr. Rob Liguori grew up in Auburn, Maine and went to undergraduate at the University of Southern Maine. Health care has always been an interest of his and he majored in Biology, graduating with his bachelor’s degree in 2006. Dr. Liguori explored many health care options after college and ultimately landed on chiropractic care because he loves the philosophy of helping to heal injuries and improve health through natural means. Along with school, Dr Liguori also spent 9 years in the Maine Army National Guard, serving as a medic. His experiences through the military exposed him to many different fields of health care, which helped him decide the path that he would like to go.
Dr Liguori went on to chiropractic school at New York Chiropractic College, where he also attained his Master’s degree in Applied Clinical Nutrition along with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Nutrition is a huge interest and he enjoys counseling patients nutritionally for a variety of conditions, such as digestive issues, autoimmune diseases, and cardiovascular issues. Dr. Liguori also incorporates a lot of exercise rehab into his treatments to go along with his adjusting and soft tissue skills. Dr. Liguori strives to be as well rounded as he can into order to make a patient’s treatment experience as extensive as it can be. He believes that a complete treatment must address dysfunction of the joints, muscle and connective tissue, nervous system, altered movement patterns, and overall health and nutrition.
In his spare time, Dr. Liguori loves to do things outside. He enjoys rock climbing, hiking, cycling, and camping in the Maine and New Hampshire area. When not outside, Dr Liguori loves to draw/paint and enjoys exploring Portland’s food scene. Portland is Dr. Liguori’s favorite city and is very happy living in the area with his fiancé, Jen, and their dog, Tucker.
Sean Murphy DC
Dr. Sean Murphy graduated cum laude from St. Lawrence University in New York with a degree in Biology. Following college, he spent a year teaching English abroad in South Korea. After completing his year abroad, he began his Chiropractic education with New York Chiropractic College in Upstate New York, where he got to participate in a competitive Internship in a Chiropractic Neurology office, and graduated with Honors.
Dr. Murphy is extremely excited to be back in Maine to provide Chiropractic care to those in his community. His philosophy is to treat the whole person, not just their symptoms. He is certified in Graston Technique, and is well versed in rehabilitation exercises and stretches, as well as manual adjusting.