I (Dr. Roffler) began my pre-chiropractic education at MDJC and the University of Florida; where I studied the basic sciences such as inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, along with basic physiology and anatomy courses. After completing my study there, I was accepted at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. During my four years at Palmer, courses included biochemistry, a major emphasis on anatomy and human physiology, X-ray, diagnosis, chiropractic adjusting techniques and patient care in the Palmer College Public Clinic. After graduating in 1976 I moved to the Orlando area to establish my practice.
Special training includes the Palmer Technique, Gonstead Technique, Thompson Technique (and advanced Thompson terminal point drop tables), Pierce Technique, Bio-cranial Technique, Pediatric adjusting, and Instrument Adjusting – which is offered for the elderly, infants, or for the person that likes more gentle treatments. Additional training has been taken in Radiology, Nutrition, Automobile Accidents, and Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression.
For people who have confirmed disc herniations and or more severe neck and back problems and symptom – we offer Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression; this is in many cases a great alternative to drugs, injections and risky surgeries. In fact I am one of a small group of doctors across the United States that is nationally certified in Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression — along with being a Disc Centers of American office.
Dr. Scott Pancake completed his undergraduate studies at University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. He continued his studies at Life University in Atlanta, GA specializing in chiropractic care and sports injury management. While attending Life, he worked in the school’s public clinics, sports training room and student clinic helping other student doctors and seeing his own patients.
Since graduation he has worked with patients from all over the world who sought treatment from Dr. Pancake and his clinic. He has worked with professional athletes, from the PGA, LPGA, NFL as well as actors and actresses.
Dr. Scott Pancake discovered chiropractic care due to his own health concerns that were alleviated by this holistic/non surgical profession. Chiropractic is now his family’s first choice for health care. Dr. Pancake attended one of the most prestigious chiropractic colleges in America, Life University to pursue his chiropractic dream. While a student, Dr. Pancake was soon recognized as one of the premier doctors in patient care and patient education.
Dr. Pancake has been board certified in Atlas Orthogonal and Advanced Orthogonal adjusting techniques. He also has extensive training in pediatrics, activator methods, SOT, extremity adjusting, Thompson technique and nutrition.
Dr. Pancake has over 18 years of experience in providing specialized care for patients suffering from neck pain, lower back pain, arm pain and leg pain. If you suffer from cervical and lumbar disc herniations, as well as spinal stenosis, neuropathy and degenerative changes to the disc and vertebra Dr. Scott can help.
Dr. Pancake is originally from Central Florida. Dr. Scott his wife, Pamela and four children love practicing and living in Central Florida.