Kent Thorpe, DC (L)
David Thorpe, DC, DACBOH (R)



Charlene Dee Hilleges-Thorpe, RN



THORPE CHIROPRACTIC PROFESSIONAL STAFF

David A. Thorpe, DC, DACBOH, has been a life long resident of Syracuse (NY). Dr. Thorpe graduated from Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, moving on to complete education at the Syracuse University. Dr. Thorpe has been practicing since graduating from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1979 with a Bachelor's of Science (BS) degree in biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree. He has also been awarded Diplomate status in the American Chiropractic Board on Occupational Health (DACBOH) after successfully completing 360 hours of postgraduate education in occupational health and applied ergonomics. Dr. Thorpe is a Certified Medical Examiner (CME) listed on the National Registry of CMEs, and has completed additional training in Primary Spine Care.
 
Kent R. Thorpe, DC, native to Syracuse, is a life long resident of Central New York. He graduated from Bishop Ludden High School in Syracuse. Dr. Thorpe completed undergraduate coursework earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the Hobart College in the heart of the (upstate) Fingerlakes region of Seneca Falls, NY. He studied at the New York Chiropractic College, earning a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree in 2011 and has been practicing chiropractic since. He is a Certified Medical Examiner (CME) listed on the National Registry of CMEs, and has completed additional training in Primary Spine Care.
 
Charlene Dee Hilleges-Thorpe, RN, is a graduate of Bishop Grimes High School and a graduate of Auburn Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Auburn, NY. She continued post-graduate education at the University of Laverne-California and at California State University at Los Angles. After completing her education in California, she became the Head nurse at Verdugo Hills Hospital in La Cunada, California. Char returned to Syracuse, where she continued to work at Crouse Irving Memorial Hospital in Syracuse. She also became a Maternal Child Health Educator in Syracuse, New York. She has worked with a focus in occupational medicine. She is the wife of Dr. David Thorpe, and the mother of Dr. Kent Thorpe.