Dr. Jeff McQuaite, Voted Best Chiropractor by The Intelligencer,
Has Over 15 Years Experience As A Chiropractor In Central Bucks
Dr. Jeff McQuaite is a licensed, board certified Chiropractor in Doylestown.
Dr. Jeff has been proudly serving Doylestown, Jamison, Buckingham, Warrington Chalfont and the entire Central Bucks Community, helping many of your friends and neighbors rediscover a life without pain by using a drugless, non-surgical approach to pain relief! The McQuaite Chiropractic Center offers complete chiropractic services to treat injuries of all types – sports, work, auto accidents – as well as general family care.
Dr. Jeff McQuaite comes from a family of chiropractors. His father, Dr. Joe, is the founder of the original McQuaite Chiropractic Center in Holland, Pa. After his father’s retirement, Dr. Jeff wanted to honor his father and when he opened his newest location, he named it after his dad. He has an uncle, sister and brother in law who are all chiropractors as well. Jeff is a lifelong resident of Bucks County, having grown up in Holland, Pa, attending Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster, Bucks County Community College and finally graduating with Honors from Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic in Horsham, Pa. Dr. Jeff is constantly looking to advance his training by taking continuing education classes. His post-graduate studies includes treating auto and work comp injuries, physiotherapy, nutrition, spinal decompression, pediatrics, exercise, sports rehab and chiropractic research.
Dr. McQuaite lives in Doylestown with his wife, Maureen and their two sons; Colin & Evan. He is very active in the promotion and support of local groups and associations, including DAA, CBAA, Lenape Middle School and Central Bucks West High School. He is a proud member of the Dolyestown AOH, Women’s Business Forum, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, and the Chalfont-New Britian Business Alliance.
Dr. Jeff has volunteered as chiropractor for Health Link Medical Center in Southampton. Dr. McQuaite has also been added to the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine’s (AOSSM) “Stop Sports Injuries Campaign.”