About the Doctor

Dr. George Aoude, MA, PSP, CSCS

As a motivated athlete, Dr. Aoude’s goal is to educate, treat, and help support patients and athletes to live an active and healthy lifestyle. Having treated thousands of patients, he uses his years of chiropractic and athletic experience to promote overall physical health in a way that aligns with his clients personal and self-care values—always encouraging them to actively engage in their spine health and take control of their life. He truly believes that through chiropractic care and physical training, you can empower yourself to be an active participant in the whole health you deserve!

Dr. Aoude said, “The aspect of my work that gives me the greatest fulfillment is helping my patients become more self- sufficient in managing their musculoskeletal conditions, while making wellness part of their overall life approach.”

Dr. Aoude is passionate about educating all of his patients on health and wellness to promote a pain-free lifestyle and prevent long-term health risks. He makes sure to review all the latest literature and health trends to assist his patients in making educated and informed decisions about their health.


  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Pre-Medicine, Boston University
  • Master of Arts in Medical Science, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Doctor of Chiropractic, University of Bridgeport
    • Magna Cum Laude
    • Dean’s Award
    • Student American Chiropractic Assoc., National Legislative Vice-Chair


  • Certified Primary Spine Practitioner (PSP), University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Webster Technique, International Chiropractic Association
  • CPR/AED – BLS American Heart Association


  • ACA – American Chiropractic Association
  • FTCA – Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance
  • ICPA – International Chiropractic Pediatric Association


  • Mass Sport & Spine of Westwood/Walpole (4 years)
  • Clerkship Veteran Affairs (VA) Hospital, Newington, CT



Chiropractic care is an intervention that cares for a patient’s neuromusculoskeletal system, including the nerves, muscles, bones, and other soft tissues. The goal is to reduce pain quickly, adopt techniques for self-management, and for the patient and doctor to make decisions together.


1860 Centre Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132
Tel: (617) 588-4272
Fax: (617) 588-4384

Monday/Friday: 7AM-5PM
Tuesday/Thursday: 10AM-7:30PM
Wednesday: 10AM-6PM
Saturday: Closed