In the preface to his book, “Black Belt Chiropractic, ” Dr. Scott B. Snyder says that his getting involved in chiropractic was a matter of energy going “full circle.” He was enrolled at SUNY Albany with the intention of getting a degree in Biology. But attending a “career day” during his Junior year, and meeting two chiropractors from nearby Rensselaer, NY – a husband and wife team – would change all that. Their enthusiasm for the practice convinced the young Scott Snyder that chiropractic could result in a great life for himself – and better health for thousands of people in his community.
At about the same time, looking for something to do in his free time, he was introduced to karate, and that became a life-long passion, which continues today and enhances his belief in the importance of balance to total wellness. Hence – the connection between chiropractic and martial arts”. And “Black Belt Health.”