Meet Your

Downtown Syracuse Chiropractor



Hi, I’m Dr. Eric, and welcome to Cuse Chiro, a different approach to chiropractic care.

My Story

I was born and raised in Upstate NY and attended New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY.  After graduation, my wife and I moved to Virginia outside of Washington DC where I started my first practice: Saxton Chiropractic and Rehab, PLLC.   After the birth of our son, we decided to relocate back to the Syracuse area to be closer to our extended family.  I sold my practice and our house and moved back to New York, and eventually started Cuse Chiro, Inc.  

After some moving around, I finally settled south of Syracuse where I reside with my wife, Sara, my son, Finn, and our dog, Pretzel.




My Values & Beliefs

High quality care

Patient experience is above all.  I am here for you and your issues and I will do anything in my power to make sure you get the care you need.  At times this may mean sending you to another chiropractor or another provider, because it is what is best for the patient.

Relaxed environment

Going to the chiropractor should be a relaxing experience.  I want to give you my undivided attention when you are here, which is why I schedule one person at a time.  This time also allows me to know as much about what is going on with your body as I can, to give you the best treatment I can.

Healthcare first, business second

I have always joked with people that I am a good chiropractor but a bad business man.  I didn’t get into chiropractic to do business, I got into it to help people.  I’m here when you need me, and I’d rather give you the tools you need to see you less than sell you on coming 3x/week for a month.


I want to make chiropractic as convenient as possible for downtown Syracuse.  I think I’m the only chiropractor in the greater Syracuse area providing 24/7 online scheduling, same-day appointments, direct access to me over phone, email, and even texting.

Cuse Chiro

With my first practice, I was In-Network with all the insurances and I would be paid for 30 minutes of treatments.  However, when I moved to New York, the insurances would no longer pay for the treatment I provided.  I also began to realize how many hours a week I spent on the phone with insurance companies, or submitting appeals to get paid for what my patient’s needed.  There had to be a better way.  That is when I found out about Direct Primary Care (DPC), a plan for treatment that decreased the cost to the patient while eliminating the overhead and middle men of insurance.  With deductibles increasing and out of pocket expenses going up, I truly believe the Direct Primary Care will be the future of medicine.  

Have some questions?  Just ask!