Cheshire Chiropractic Center provides high quality, personalized chiropractic care for the relief of pain and the improved health and vitality of our community. Through strong relationships, we partner with our patients to help them reach their health goals and achieve their full potential.
Laurel Martin-Brandley has a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, South Carolina, a Masters in School Counseling from Keene State College, and practiced for 18 years in Ireland before retiring. She now assists Dr. Rob in taking notes and does the decompression, footbath, and laser treatments for patients. She is friendly, compassionate, and easy to talk to. Writing fantasy stories is her favorite past time; she also enjoys gardening (Her dislikes include drinking coffee and mall shopping).
Bethany Vincent has worked in accounting for 10 years, done non-profit bookkeeping, and has several years of past experience in office management. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Biblical Counseling from Bob Jones University and serves on the Board of Directors for the Pregnancy Resource Center of the Monadnock Region. She is a kind, considerate, friendly person who helps make the office a fun place to work and is happy to answer any account or billing questions patients may have. She enjoys hiking, flea markets, and paper crafting (but she does not like watermelons or playing charades).
Lynn Varney has worked as a vet tech for 17 years before deciding to make the change from animal to human healthcare. She loves being a part of helping people feel better through regular spinal adjustments as well as natural supplements which have enhanced her own life. She is a compassionate person and enjoys chatting with patients. Other interests include being outdoors as much as possible and spending time with good friends and family. Dislikes include peas and rap music.
Leah Varney is a dynamic, friendly and outgoing individual who enjoys the patients and the friendly atmosphere found in the office. She graduated from Franklin Pierce University with a degree in Health Sciences and is now working on a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She enjoys music and horses; however, she does not enjoy math or spiders.