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Welcome to Anders Chiropractic and Sports Performance, LLC
Your Orlando Chiropractor

Call us at 407-249-3300 today.

Active Release Techniques
Palmer College of Chiropractic 

 Wellness Can Only Be Defined By A Person's Quality Of Life.

At Anders Chiropractic and Sport Performance, LLC we strive to make your body perform more effectively & efficiently while enhancing the body's ability for self-healing.

Why Chiropractic?

The benefits of chiropractic go far beyond relieving back and
neck pain and can help people of all ages from infants to the elderly.

Chiropractic is proven effective in the treatment of many common ailments including:  

Sports InjuriesHeadaches
Low Back Pain
Mid and Upper Back Pain
Neck Pain
Shoulder and Arm Pain
Leg Pain (Sciatica)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Sports Performance Enhancement
Joint Stiffness
Muscle Spasms
Numbness and Tingling
Low Energy
And many other common health issues

Marc C. Anders, D.C., DACBSP, C.S.C.S.

Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians
Full Body Master Level ART Practitioner
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Anders Chiropractic and Sports Performance, LLC
11873 High Tech Ave., Suite A
Orlando, Florida 32817
407-249-3300 (office)
407-249-3322 (fax)
FL License # CH8659


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "As a world class Olympic medalist I can personally attest to Dr. Anders chiropractic and ART abilities as playing a key role in helping me reach my olymic success in last years 2012 London Games. When I come into the office with multiple problems all at once his office and skillset provides an overall corrective healing solution. He has always gone above and beyond to accommodate any of my request or concers and works extraordinarily hard to insure that I leave feeling better than I came and increasing improvent of that one vist at a time. I'm very lucky to have Dr. Anders on my team."
    Deedee T.
  • "This is the best experience I have had with a chiropractor. When I told him I am a powerlifter, he took that into account and focused on mobility for my hips and low back. Recently I did something nasty to my hip and back, and he adjusted me so well I felt better squatting than I had in months. I would recommend him to anyone."
    C Brown
  • "Never had a better experience anywhere else. Dr. Anders truly cares about his patients and is always so friendly. I went in with terrible back pain, he assessed the problem, and started adjustments as need within a few visits i was feeling amazing! He gave me exercises to do to help minimize the pain. Absolutely amazing!"
    Kayla Walker

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule


10:00 am-7:00 pm


10:00 am-6:00 pm


12:00 pm-7:00 pm


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