Dr. Thomas S. Perrault, Sr.
Dr. Tom, Sr., Founder of Perrault Chiropractic Offices, received a Bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1962. He returned to his hometown of Methuen to begin practice and was instrumental in the licensure of chiropractic by the Massachusetts legislature in 1966. He served twelve years on the Methuen School Committee, and continues to be active in community and civic affairs. His dedication to his profession and the community have earned him numerous awards and recognitions.

He is a Fellow of the International Chiropractic Association and the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic. A long-time leader of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society, he currently serves as its Executive Vice President and has been named Massachusetts Chiropractor of the Year an unprecedented four times. His activities with his professional society have kept him on the leading edge of chiropractic research and innovations in chiropractic. His primary interest remains the location and correction of the vertebral subluxation complex, which is the fundamental principal on which chiropractic practice is based. In 2004 Dr. Perrault was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by his profession.

Dr. Steven R. Sciuto
Dr. Steve's first position at PCO was as a 16-year-old patient. His experience as a chiropractic patient led him to his current career. After graduating from Northeastern University with a degree in Chemical and Biological Technology, he continued his studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic. After graduating from Palmer magna cum laude in 1986, he returned to PCO as a doctor. Dr. Steve's chiropractic focus is on family care and sports injuries. For many years he has been a volunteer physician to the American Red Cross, the Pan-Mass Challenge, and several other sporting events. He has earned certification as a Chiropractic Sports Physician and has taken extensive postgraduate courses in radiology and rehabilitation. Dr. Steve has been very active within the chiropractic profession; he has served as a Director, Vice President and President in the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society and currently serves as Chairman of its Board of Directors. He has twice been awarded the MCS Chiropractor of the Year.

Dr. Deborah Fudge
I became interested in chiropractic because of my Mom. When I was a sophomore in high school she was rear-ended by a drunk driver. My Mom developed excruciating low back pain and sciatica. She was consulting doctors; however her only treatment consisted of pain medication, muscle relaxers, anti-inflammatory medication and rest . She lost feeling in her right leg and was in chronic pain. She started gaining weight because she was not able to exercise due to the severity of her pain. Her health continued to decline. Finally, after four years of suffering, she heard a chiropractor speak at a health fair about sciatica. She made an appointment and the chiropractor did a thorough consultation, examination, x-rays and a report of findings. After a series of adjustments it was the first time she felt sensation in her leg!  I was 19 and curious about what was different with her treatment. The chiropractor showed me her x-rays and where the nerve was being pinched. He explained how the adjustment helped to remove the pressure and allow the body to heal itself naturally. It was an “Ah-ha” moment and I knew in my heart that this is what I was destined to do. It was my mission to see that other families did not have to suffer needlessly like my Mom and my family. It is my privilege to treat families of all ages including infants and our seniors. With the opioid epidemic completely out of control, we know that the majority of people became addicted to opioids because it was legally prescribed to them. If someone is only prescribed pain meds without any treatment for the cause of the pain, we know this is a recipe for disaster. Chiropractic is proven to be the number one choice in treating back pain and it is 100% natural and drug-free.

Dr. Jonathan Luscomb
Dr. Luscomb received his Bachelor of Science from Syracuse University, and his Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1982. He practiced at PCO for five years, then maintained a chiropractic office in Haverhill, MA and Plaistow, NH for many years before returning Perrault Chiropractic Offices in 2009. He has served the Greater Merrimack Valley since 1983, specializing in complete chiropractic care and education for children and adults. His post-graduate education includes sports injury and extremity care, as well as neurology, cranio-sacral therapy training, scoliosis care, whiplash care, impairment rating, spinal rehabilitation, pediatrics, gastrointestinal health, brain anti-aging and nutrition.

Dr. Greer Clemons
Dr. Clemons was first introduced to chiropractic as a patient after an injury she sustained during a horseback riding accident. She was fascinated not only with how her treatment provided pain relief, but also how it affected the rest of her health through the nervous system. After graduating Cum Laude from Albion College in Michigan with a major in Kinesiology, Dr. Greer attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. In addition to the ordinary course of study, Dr. Greer enrolled in elective chiropractic technique courses while at Palmer inclusive of Sacro-Occipital Technique, Thompson, Activator, and Advanced Soft Tissue. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with an award for Academic Excellence in June of 2018. Dr. Greer has a passion for approaching each patient as a whole and incorporates personalized nutrition, exercise, and activities of daily living counseling and soft tissue work in addition to chiropractic care. She loves to empower patients to take control of their own health and will work with her patients to create a care plan to fit their needs and lifestyle.

Dr. Thomas S. Perrault, Jr.

Dr. Thomas S. Perrault, Jr. graduated from Bowdoin College and Palmer College of Chiropractic. He joined PCO in 1988 and practiced with us until June 2015 when the motorcycle he was riding was hit by a car while he was stopped at a red light.