Rest assured that all of your chiropractic needs will be met here at Mager Chiropractic. Our highly experienced staff of ultrasound technicians and licensed massage therapists and offer comprehensive muscle therapy for all types of injuries. Dr. Mager is also certified in radiology and has an x-ray room and developer on site.

Our 2,000 square-foot clinic features 6 treatment rooms and a waiting room with 9 ergonomic chairs. Paintings and scenic aerial pictures of the local coast adorn the walls, soft lighting and music soothe you as you settle in.

We are conveniently located at 139 Elliott Street, close to downtown Beverly and the Cummings Center at the corner of Elliott Street (Rte 62). We have plenty of parking, with 3 spots directly adjacent to the building and a large parking lot across the street.

 

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Our waiting area

We have 7 treatment rooms in our facility.

We have 7 treatment rooms in our facility.

Our friendly fish in the waiting area

Dr. Deborah Mager, Chiropractor

Our office is located at 139 Elliott Street, Beverly MA

Dr. Mager's Master of Science in Advanced Clinical Practice

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Before You Visit

Our staff are always willing to help those in need of chiropractic services. The most important thing is to get you better.

To avoid any unexpected bills, please contact your insurance company directly through the customer service number on the back of your insurance card.

Be sure to ask:

  • Is chiropractic care included in my plan?
  • Is Dr. Deborah Mager on my insurance carrier’s list of providers?
  • What is my deductible? Has it been reached?
  • What is my co-pay for chiropractic office visits?
  • How many visits are covered under my policy?
  • If I am covered under another’s policy, am I eligible as well?

If for some reason you are not covered under your personal health insurance, auto accident personal injury protection (PIP) benefits or workman’s compensation, please discuss other possible payment options with Dr. Mager before your visit.

 

Our Philosophy

The Patient is the most important person in our profession.
The Patient is not dependent upon us, we are dependent upon him.
The Patient does us a favor when he calls. We are not doing him a favor when we serve him.
The Patient is not a cold statistic. He is flesh and blood and bone and brain–a human being with feelings and emotions like our own.
The Patient is not an interruption of our work. He is the purpose of it.
The Patient is not just a name or a face or a number. He is a real person with feelings and emotions.
The Patient is a person who brings us his problems. It is our duty to help him.