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Harcourt Chiropractic Office

1630 W Market Street
York, Pennsylvania 17404

Dr. Gary Harcourt

Meet Dr. Gary Harcourt

Dr. Gary graduated in 1984 from National University of Health Sciences. He joined Harcourt Chiropractic Office with his father, Dr. Robert Harcourt and brother, Dr. Roger Harcourt. In 1956, his father opened the West York practice which he is currently operating. Dr. Harcourt is a third generation chiropractic physician. His son, Dr. Adam Harcourt, is a chiropractic neurologist. He recently moved to Pennsylvania and is assisting Dr. Gary Harcourt with the chiropractic patients. Dr. Gary is driven to research state of the art natural health remedies. He has post-graduate certifications in extremity adjusting and wellness.

We are proud to offer a wide range of comprehensive wellness services to meet the needs of adults, seniors, and veterans. Our Chiropractors in York, PA have years of experience and deeply care about each and every one of our patients.

Dr. Gary and his team are very welcoming! I went in with back and shoulder pain. After 6 weeks of biweekly appointments my overall improvements were nothing short of amazing. I also signed up for the stem wave treatments for the calcium in my shoulder. Which caused pain to radiate down my arm. This machine gave me 99% of my mobility back in my shoulder. If you want to be free of pain come see Dr Gary! Invest in your health! I’m beyond glad I did!!

A true professional. Being in practice as long as I have, 40 years, I've seen many practices come and go.

I can’t speak highly enough about Tammy’s work as a natural health practitioner.

If you’re going through any type of pain like I have, this is a really good treatment.

For the first time in many years I didn’t have pain

I have been bringing my family to Dr Stamps for over 25 years.

Dr. Stamps was able to work on my left foot that I have been having problems with for several months now.

I am thoroughly impressed and grateful for Gallatin Valley Chiropractic.

I have been going to Dr. Dustin at Gallatin Valley Chiropractor for just about a year now.

966 ★★★★★ Reviews and Counting!

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