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375 Post Rd W Ste 3

Westport, CT 06880 US


Meet The Team

  • Dr.
    Adam Propper
    D.C., C.C.S.P.

    When I was 8 years old, I suffered a severe head and neck trauma. Shortly after came my migraine headaches. My doctors had no answers for my problem and I suffered many years with these debilitating headaches.

    Fortunately, one of my college classmates invited me to her office and I became a chiropractic patient. She told me how my problem came from nerve pressure in my spine. I had no idea what chiropractic was, but her explanation made so much sense to me.  None of my doctors told me I could be helped.  Not only did my headaches get resolved, my overall health and immunity improved. Chiropractic worked! It saved my life and stopped my suffering. From that point on I was dedicated to becoming a chiropractor and helping others the way I was helped.

    Today my practice is filled with people who come to us with all sorts of problems. My patients want to stop taking medications for pain; they want a clear concise diagnosis and treatment plan; they don't want to spend hours waiting or being treated in a doctor's office. And most of all, My patients want and get results!.

     I love chiropractic and the simplicity of how chiropractic works. It can change a person's life. 

    I have personally trained with Dr. James Cox, D.C.DACBR, and some of the top chiropractors in the world. They taught me how to be a healer: First: It's about listening to people carefully. Second: It's about applying the Philosophy, Art, and Science of chiropractic correctly. That's our purpose. My staff and  I would be honored to have the opportunity to help you and your family.

  • Ginger Propper
    Office Manager and Cleanse Director

    Ginger Propper lends a special touch to our office. She is the 'heart' of our practice and the first person you will speak to when you call us. Her purpose is to help you make your experience with us as smooth as possible. Ginger has a strong background in exercise training, yoga, movement, dance, cleansing, and nutrition.  She has successfully coached many of our patients to their through our Nutritional Cleansing Program. Her talents for making things run smoothly, handle insurance questions, and making our office more efficient for our patients is a vital part of our success with Patient Care Programs.  Our practice is a warm and wonderful place to be because of her presence.

  • Dr.
    Jennifer Sherriff

    Dr. Jennifer Sherriff (Dr. Jenn) received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Fordham University. She is a distinguished graduate of Life University in Marietta, GA, where she graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree magnum cum laude.  While at Life University Dr. Jenn trained extensively in Upper Cervical Specific chiropractic care and is certified in Kale Upper Cervical and Toggle Recoil Specific chiropractic. She joined the staff of Propper Chiropractic in 1999. Her knowledge, gentle caring, and expertise has awarded her the love and respect of her patients. Her passion is to help children and their families recover and maintain health through chiropractic adjustments and nutrition. Dr. Jenn, her husband Andy, and their two children Finn and Brigh, are all excellent examples of her passion to do just that.

If you have any questions about our Westport chiropractor, or would like to learn more about chiropractic care at Propper Chiropractic LLC, please call us at 203-226-1047 today!


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  • "I've been to Dr. Propper twice; in 2012 I was having lower back issues and after working with him (and listening to him & Dr. Jen) they went away. Over Thanksgiving (2015) I developed a herniated disc - this was the worst back pain I've ever experienced and Propper Chiropractic has helped me TREMENDOUSLY - the pain is practically gone and I am extremely thankful!"
    Sam A. / Westport, CT

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