About Us

Dr. Roney is a Chiropractic physician who focuses on the treatment of chronic neurological and metabolic/endocrine conditions. He has studied under Dr. Datis Kharrazian, author of the book “Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms When My Labs are Normal” Dr. Roney is widely recognized as a leader in the non-drug treatment of Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain/Chronic Fatigue, Childhood Neurological Disorders, Thyroid Conditions, Peripheral Neuropathy, Vertigo/Balance Disorders, Adrenal/Stress Disorders and many other chronic pain and metabolic disorders. He has successfully treated hundreds of patients with these conditions.

Dr. Roney is a practicing Chiropractic Physician who has been in private practice since 2000. He received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina in Biology and Sports Medicine in 1993. Dr. Roney was a scholar athlete who captained his University of South Carolina baseball team to the 1993 College World Series. After spending several years working in some of the top rehabilitation hospitals in the northeast he received his Doctorate degree in Chiropractic in 2000. Dr. Roney graduated with honors and is a member of the International Chiropractic Honors Society. He has extensive post graduate training in Neurology, Nutrition, Blood Chemistry, and Functional Endocrinology. Currently, he devotes his practice to treating difficult conditions using functional based lab panels, metabolic support, and specific neurological stimulation.

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You Can’t Beat Good Pain Relief

by: Cheryl T. on 05/01/2013
I have had the pleasure of having Dr. Roney as my chiropractor for 4 years now. During that time, I have been impressed with his dedication to my...read more »

Saved My Life

by: Gerry B. on 02/21/2014
When I first visited Dr. Roney the first part of May of 2013 I felt like I would not be in this world much longer. I had tachycardia...read more »

Feeling Like Myself Again

by: Wine M. on 03/06/2014
About two and a half years ago I had begun experiencing symptoms of what I thought to be the later stages of menopause. My symptoms were text book;...read more »