Dr. Stephen C. Jackson DC, CCSP, FICPA, FIACA
Dr. Jackson was born and raised in New Jersey. He did his undergraduate studies in Biology and Chemistry at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Dr. Jackson attended New York Chiropractic College, while there he obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic.
As a child and young adult, Dr. Jackson had many different sports injuries that benefited greatly from chiropractic care. Initially, Dr. Jackson had planned to become a medical general practitioner until he decided helping people avoid drugs and surgery would be more rewarding for him as he has personally experienced the amazing effects of chiropractic.
Cumberland Chiropractic Center was founded in 1953. Dr. Jackson took over the practice in 1991. Dr. Jackson and the Cumberland Chiropractic Team are focused on providing loving, compassionate, enthusiastic and extraordinary service. He has extensive knowledge and training, treating injuries due to auto accidents, sports and injuries related to everyday life. Dr. Jackson is pleased to offer chiropractic wellness care for the entire family, infant to elderly.
In his spare time Dr. Jackson enjoys spending time with his wife Yvonne and two grown children Bryan and Kristi. He is an avid reader and loves doing projects around the house. He loves taking his dog Loki for long walks and is in the process of restoring his prized 1965 Volkswagen bus.
Post Graduate Degrees:
- C.C.S.P: Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician – Specific to treating injuries in athletes. Injury prevention and natural performance enhancement. From child athletes to weekend warriors to professional athletes.
- FIACA: Fellowship International Academy of Clinical Acupuncture – Applying the principles of acupuncture without the needles.
- FICPA: Fellowship International Chiropractic Pediatric Association – Natural chiropractic care for infants and children. Specific techniques focusing on treatments and nutrition for newborns thru the teen years. Also focusing adjusting techniques for moms during and after pregnancy.