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Sisters Partner To Help Achieve Pain-Free Lives

At Associated Chiropractics in Clinton, the doctors said they think of their clients as family.

And they should know. Dr. Kelsey Roberts, who took over the practice three years ago, and Dr. Kelsey Roberts, who joined in December, are sisters.

The women grew up in Clinton and are both graduates of Clinton Central School.

They are the daughters of Bill and Sue Roberts, who make it a full family affair by helping out. Bill is their go-to maintenance man, the doctors said.

Sue, a retired school teacher, steps in as receptionist and interior decorator.

Note: No disrespect meant to their role as doctors, but it will be easier to follow this story if we use their first names.

Kelsey graduated from CCS in 2011.

She attended LeMoyne College.

“I always knew I wanted to do something in medicine,’’ she said.

After graduating from LeMoyne she enrolled at Northeast College of Health Sciences in Seneca Falls.

She graduated in 2018 with her doctorate in chiropractic medicine.

“I had shadowed a doctor in this field and liked the range of people and treatments,’’ she said.

That chiropractic ...


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