Dr. Eric Pelc
Dr. Eric Pelc is the son of Josephine and Richard Pelc of Biglerville. With an athletic upbringing, he played multiple sports, but really made his mark on the mat for the Canner wrestling team. Wrestling also sparked an interest in the human body, and introduced him to the benefits and functional changes that Chiropractic care can provide. After graduation, h attended Shippensburg University where he obtained a B.S. in Biology with an emphasis on the human sciences while being a part of Tri-Beta Honor Society.
While pursing his Doctorate of Chiropractic at New York Chiropractic College (Seneca Falls, NY), Dr. Pelc was an active student obtaining different techniques outside of the curriculum, speaking to graduating college students on behalf of the Chiropractic profession (Fredonia, Canisius, Buffalo), and providing free care to patients at The University of Buffalo, Salvation Army, and Light House clinics.
Upon graduation in April 2016, he returned to PA to practice near his family and hometown by joining Dr. Phillip Andrus and the Adams County Chiropractic team. Dr. Pelc is licensed in Chiropractic and Adjunctive procedures with a degree in Nutrition. He has a wide range of Chiropractic skills and techniques including the Kennedy Decompression Technique certification for both cervical and lumbar disc related problems. He also includes numerous soft tissue techniques into his patient treatments.
He lives in the Upper Adams area with his adopted Chihuahua Blinkee. The two spend their days restoring their Victorian home and botanical garden. Dr. Pelc also enjoys grilling, trout fishing, golfing, exercising and spoiling his niece Cora and nephew Callan.