About Us

Todd Mosenthal, DC


  • Dartmouth College, BA, Pre-Med and Religion, 1976
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic degree, summa cum laude, 1982

Professional Certifications

  • Advanced Proficiency Rated Activator Practitioner
  • Certified Acupuncturist
  • Certified Class IV Laser Therapist

When you see people arrive at the office in pain and discouraged and leave with energy, less stress, and more movement, it is an incredible experience and one that I look forward to participating in every day.

Treatment Philosophy

Your alignment provides the foundation for your health, literally.  Starting at an early age, your alignment is subject to stress.  As it responds to stress, the alignment becomes unbalanced putting your soft tissues and joints under load.  The more load, the greater the nerve output, the greater the inflammation, the greater risk to your health.  It is so simple yet so profound. Chiropractic is a natural, holistic approach to health and deals with all the factors that affect alignment – mental stress, diet, posture, exercise, breathing and ergonomics.  The effects of poor alignment can be profound and painful.  The ability to deal with these consequences takes a professional team that includes chiropractors, physical therapists and pain management specialists.

Special Interests

Multi-discipline approach to spinal health.  Spinal issues are very complex and require a number of special interventions for a truly successful outcome.   No one profession has all the answers.  I feel very privileged to be working on the cutting edge of spinal care where multiple professionals can interact to get the best result for the patient.

Professional Journey

After falling off a 35 ft roof and breaking my back for the 3rd time, I was told by the doctors that I had to wear a full body corset for the rest of my life.  They said that I would not be able to participate in sports and once my pain was bad enough they would see if surgery would help.  I was 23 years old and devastated.  Coming from a very traditional medical background (DHMC’s intensive care unit is named after my uncle), a chiropractor was last on my “go to” list.  However, it was to a chiropractor I went and I threw away my body corset 6 months later!  I knew at that point what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.  I haven’t regretted it for one day!

When I am not in the office I enjoy…

spending time with my wife and four girls and skiing, hiking, mountain biking and reading/studying the Bible


Lorie A. Greenwood, DC


  • Plymouth State College, BA, Art History, cum laude, 1996
  • Plymouth State College, BS, Interdisciplinary Studies, cum laude, 1996
  • Parker College of Chiropractic, BS, 1999
  • Parker College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic degree, 1999

Professional Certifications

  • Certified Advanced Proficiency Activator Chiropractor
  • Certified in Orthopedic Dry Needle Technique
  • Certified Class IV Laser Therapist

“How wonderful it would be to help people in such a simple but profound way…”

Professional Journey

When I was in junior high, I was reading in bed one day when my neck cracked and could not lift my head out of a tilted position. My mom immediately took me to the chiropractor and in one visit I could move my neck. I was amazed. Later on in college, I decided to double major, and thought back to that experience and how wonderful it would be to help people in such a simple but profound way.

Special Interests

I enjoy working within a proven framework of treatment and analysis through the Activator Methods protocol. I appreciate the immense amount of research that Activator does to help propel the profession forward.

I enjoy working with PainCare to give the patient a global perspective to their issues.

I appreciate the wonderful equipment we have, great staff, and fantastic patients.

Other professional/educational achievements:

  • Dean’s list student during all years of undergrad and chiropractic studies
  • Nominated to “Who’s Who Among American College Students”
  • Interdisciplinary Studies Student of the Year, 1996

When I’m not treating my patients, I enjoy…

Genealogy, traveling, drumming, socializing and my work with the Daughters of the American Revolution.