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Carrie Butler

Carrie Butler

Office Manager

Carrie joined Dr. Smith in 2017 after winding up a 26-year NYC finance career. Dr. Smith fixed her tennis elbow and a few months later she found herself sitting behind the desk. She is chief in charge of scheduling, insurance, billing, and all things related to helping the office run smoothly.

Meghan Locker

Meghan Locker

Office Assistant

Meghan met Dr. Smith when she was a 2nd grader and counts his daughter as one of her closest friends. She joined Smith Chiropractic in 2017 working the evening shifts. She is currently a teacher in the Summit school system and is finishing up her Master’s in Special Education. These days you will catch Meghan filling in for the regular staff whenever she is available.

Danny Wright

Dan Wright

Office Assistant

Danny is currently a student at Seton Hall University and is studying accounting and finance. You will most often find Danny calmly running the schedule on Tuesday evenings. While Danny is not currently a patient at Smith Chiropractic, 12 of his family members see Dr. Smith on a regular basis.

What Our Patients Say

Paul G.
auto accident
“I was not a stranger to chiropractic; I had seen two or three doctors previous to the accident. But it was at this time that I had the great good fortune to meet and be treated by Dr. Patrick Smith. Dr. Smith is an extraordinary diagnostician and superb practitioner of his science and art. As pain and stiffness worsened Pat developed a course of treatment that was, and is, most effective in keeping me mobile, flexible and almost, but not entirely, pain free.”
Kay L.
shoulder replacement
“Treatment at Smith Chiropractic has been unerringly professional, kind and so highly intelligent that my 40 years of hospital work has led me to make Smith Chiropractic my first stop whenever I need to consider surgery or medical care or make medical decisions.”
Cindi P. (parent)
sports injuries
“Dr. Smith has treated many of my children's injuries from recovery after broken bones, shoulder tendonitis, pinched nerves, hip flexor problems, and a torn calf muscle. His deep knowledge of how to treat athletes has allowed them to play through their injuries, rather than taking a significant amount of time off from their sport, along with his ability to understand and quickly diagnose a problem, in my opinion, has prevented more severe issues. ”