Scott Ryan Stinnette, D.C.

From infants to patients in their 90’s – I love helping people feel better. Whether it’s relief from infantile torticollis, colic, sleep difficulties, headaches, sciatica, or  pinched nerves causing pain, numbness or tingling in the upper or lower extremities. I’ve helped manage pain in patients who have had previous spinal surgeries such as discectomies, laminectomies, even multi-level spinal fusions. One common question I receive is “once you go to a chiropractor; do you have to always continue to go?” My first response to this question is that myself and my family will continue to get adjusted for the rest of our lives because we’ve been given one spine and we want to ensure our spine and nervous system function optimally throughout our lives.

Ultimately the patient gets to decide what type of care they desire, whether it be acute pain relief care, long term preventative and/or wellness care, sports performance enhancement care. We strive to provide our patients with treatment necessary to reach the goals they seek to personally achieve. Everyone deserves to be able to experience their full potential for health and wellness.

Personally, I view spinal hygiene care to be essential to overall health just as regular dental hygiene care is necessary. I especially enjoy helping families with wellness care and athletes come to me for performance enhancement to help with injury prevention. My goal is help you get the care you need to reach your individual goals – you deserve to reach your health and wellness full potential.

  • Born in Grant, Nebraska, grew up in Imperial
  • University of Kearney for pre-chiropractic
  • Graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic Summa Cum Laude with a presidential scholar award
  • Opened Stinnette Chiropractic & Acupuncture, P.C. in Fremont in January 2005

My passion for chiropractic began during a high school football game. As a linebacker at Imperial High,  I lowered my body to center up and make the tackle and ‘bam.’ I felt a sharp shooting pain in my lower back – and it radiated pain down to my legs. My parents chose to take me to a local chiropractor, who had a clinic just a few doors down from my parent’s restaurant. It was there I received my first chiropractic adjustment. It amazed me how the chiropractor knew just where to render treatment with only the use of his hands. Just a few chiropractic treatments later and my symptoms began to subside and my function improved. At the time of the injury I was unsure if I’d be able to continue playing football that season due to the severity of my symptoms, but shortly after receiving a few chiropractic treatments I was able to return to my position without limitation. Chiropractic care allowed me to continue my football journey at a higher capacity. I am thankful because it allowed me to be able to play and enjoy one of the best experiences of my life playing in the high school state football championship at Memorial Stadium. It was my personal life-changing chiropractic experience and my desire to help others experience it that paved the way for me to become a doctor of chiropractic.