Meet the Doctors

Dr. Meg and Dr. Carroll have a deep friendship and true partnership reaching back to 1991, when they completed their post-graduate studies together and opened the doors of their practice in Scarborough, Maine. With wonderfully diverse styles and personalities, they are bound by a shared philosophy and a deep commitment to providing the highest quality chiropractic health care. Every practice member at Chiropractic Family Wellness Center benefits from their combined 40 years of experience and rich history.


Dr. Carroll Ann Coyle, D.C.

It was in the world of traditional medicine, as an assistant head nurse in a neurosurgical intensive care unit, that Dr. Carroll first noticed the remarkable power of the human body (and spirit) to heal itself. A lecture by a visiting chiropractor ignited her passion to move in this new direction. Four years later, in 1990, she had graduated from New York Chiropractic College and soon moved to Maine to be with her husband, Doug, and open her first practice with Dr. Meg. Three children and 20 years later, she is just as passionate about helping others to connect with the miracle of their own physical, emotional and spiritual power.

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Dr. Meg Pickering

Dr. Meg’s began her journey at the young age of 16, when she went to work in a local chiropractor’s office. She was so inspired by watching people who were so excited about regaining their health, that she soon had her eight siblings and her parents coming for care. An avid skiier, that early passion for chiropractic has never wavered, except, of course, for a short break when she had the chance to teach skiing at a prestigious resort. (For this, she can be forgiven, for she met her husband, Rich, on those slopes.) A deep interest in wellness care was nurtured at New York Chiropractic College, where she met Dr. Carroll and the dream of a vibrant family practice took shape. These twenty years have brought two children and an active family of accomplished skiiers (both snow and water) and engaged church and community members.

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