Chiropractic Providers

Dr. Emma Scaro
DC, MS, CCSP

Dr. Scaro playing professional soccer in Skovde, Sweden


Dr. Emma Scaro is a native of Wisconsin and is developing her professional chiropractic career in an area she knows well. Emma played Division 1 soccer and was a 3-year captain at Eastern Illinois University. After earning her undergraduate degree, she played professional soccer in Northern Ireland and Sweden. As an athlete, she experienced multiple major injuries and as a result, developed a passion for injury reduction. Emma has always been interested in whole-body health. She is particularly interested in how nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle can influence performance and injury reduction. This interest led her to pursue a master’s degree in Sports Medicine and a doctorate in Chiropractic. Before completing her doctorate, she partnered with Dr. Bill Moreau, former Chief Medical Officer for the United States Olympic Committee, during a 9-month internship to improve her clinical and diagnostic skills. 

Emma uses a variety of treatments to help patients become pain-free and get back to their active lifestyles. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and backgrounds but has a particular interest in addressing movement patterns and injury reduction for athletes.

Emma graduated with a BS in Biochemistry from Eastern Illinois University in 2017 and obtained a BS in Human Biology, MS in Sports Medicine, and DC from the University of Western States in 2021. She is certified in CPR, Graston M1, and SafeSport.

Emma enjoys any type of outdoor activity including horseback riding, cycling, trail running, and rock climbing.

Dr. Jay White
DC, ATC, CCSP

Dr. White playing football at Merimack College



Dr. Jay White was an avid athlete in high school, participating in three sports, and he continued to play football at the college level. As an undergraduate athletic training student, Jay worked with patients who suffered diverse athletic injuries. He had the oppertunity to work with athletes from the Division I and II college sports teams. He delt with on and off-the-field care including treatment and rehabilitation. After earning his Athletic Training degree, his desire to learn more about injury prevention, nutrition, and rehabilitation lead him to pursue a doctorate in Chiropractic. Jay completed a four-month preceptorship at Hosmer Chiropractic in Portland OR. This clinic focused largely on ART® and rehabilitation exercises. Jay is a Full Body Level 1 Certified ART® Provider and incorporates this technique in his treatments.

For fun, Jay likes to get outdoors to camp, hike, bike, and fish. Jay also enjoys playing all kinds of sports and mostly enjoys disc golfing.

Jay graduated with a BS in Athletic Training from Merrimack College in 2016, a BS in Human Biology from the University of Western States in 2019, and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from the University of Western States in 2021. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer, a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, Full Body Level 1 Certified ART® Provider, Graston M1 Provider, and CPR certified.