Traveling often is a great privilege that coincides with my work.  Since I moved to Maine in September 2014, I had been very excited to explore the ski mountains like Sugarloaf and Sunday River, but I soon discovered that Maine has other attractions that I never knew existed.

Each week I travel to see my clients down Route 2 from Wilton to the River Valley area.  This clinical route includes the following places:

  • Dixfield
  • Mexico
  • Rumford
  • Roxbury
  • Andover

Rumford is home to Black Mountain: one of my favorite local places to ski with my wife Meredith, as well as the location I work as a ski instructor during Maine’s winter season. The teaching team, ski patrol, ski shop crew, trail cutters, volunteers, and everyone else that spends time at the mountain have made me feel at home. It is such a great place to ski and teach and their lift prices are great, too.


Dr. Cory skimming the water obstacle end of season at Black Mountain fun days.

I am excited to have a space on 43 Exchange Street in historic downtown where I offer a place to meet with many people at once for classes to learn how to become more healthy and less stressed in life. Because I provide chiropractic appointments at home and at work, this space is great for hosting these classes which include weight loss and healthy diet courses, and essential oil classes. I will also do chiropractic sessions at this location upon request. 


Thanks to the River Valley Chamber of Commerce for hosting this awesome ribbon-cutting event.

If I am lucky and the time presents itself, I try to stop in to grab a bite to eat at Hotel Rumford. My go-to menu item is the chef’s salad. I have gotten to know Kevin and Leah Kaulback, the owners of Hotel Rumford, through working as a director on the River Valley Chamber of Commerce. They have inspired me, and many others, to work toward an even brighter future for businesses in the River Valley.  Many people are surprised by how often I am in-and-around the River Valley area.

Once I even did a “Trivia Night” at the Hotel pub, which was a pretty good time.


I am in the River Valley every single week! – Dr. Cory

If you enjoy my travel blogs, check out THIS ONE highlighting Lewiston/Auburn.


Need a healthy snack in this area? You must head over to Good Karma Cafe and Health Food Store.  Just ask once inside, and helpful answers are on the way! Gluten free options, great salad and smoothie options, and an entire wall of herbs and other healthful additions to your kitchen. I have been 2 times now to speak at a Wellness Day, hosted by Good Karma, where an entire day-long event includes many vendors, health talks, workshops for practical health tips, and of course a potluck lunch.  I spoke at lunch the last 2 times, which, in retrospect, was a poor choice for me personally as I stood watching everyone eat all types of amazing foods.

Here is my resource list from my last talk at Good Karma: CLICK HERE FOR A HEALTHY READING LIST

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Dr. Cory St. Denis
Cory St. Denis, D.C. is a Brain Based Wellness Chiropractor| Co-Founder & Website Project Coordinator: The DCTree|Productivity Hacker & entrepreneur| Defeating ADHD and chasing his dreams has allowed him to help families and professionals with the stuff that matters most. He is passionate about bridging the gap between local Maine people and extraordinary Health.
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