Meet the Team

Dr. Todd smiling for the camera at Stow Family Chiropractic

Todd A. Whittemore, D.C.

Dr. Todd's chiropractic experience started at a very young age. His first adjustment was before the age of 10 by a family chiropractor. He has continued chiropractic care throughout his life.

Dr. Todd enjoyed watching the transformation of patients while working in a chiropractic clinic in Michigan during high school. Although he pursued engineering at Michigan State University for undergrad, he continued to feel the pull of chiropractic. Upon graduation, even though he took an engineering position, he found himself frequently looking at chiropractic schools. Dr. Todd has played many sports throughout his life, including soccer, hockey, golf, sailing, skiing, and snowboarding. While playing in a men's hockey league, he suffered an injury that made it difficult for him to breathe.

After emergency care was of little help, he turned to a chiropractor who found and treated the cause of the problem, which allowed him to breath normally again without pain. In addition, after having difficulty with his ankles for years including several broken bones, chiropractic adjustments returned his ankles to normal function. All these experiences finally led to his decision to become a family chiropractor. His purpose is to help as many people as he can regain and maintain their health through natural chiropractic care.


  • Bachelor of Science - Michigan State University
  • Doctor of Chiropractic - Texas Chiropractic College
  • National Boards Certification Parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy

Affiliations and Memberships

  • Member, American Chiropractic Association
  • Member, Massachusetts Chiropractic Society
Melissa the office manager smiling for the camera at Stow Family Chiropractic

Melissa Mazzone

Office Manager

Melissa was in retail management for much of her career before joining our team in 2018. Most recently she was a Store Manager for Godiva Chocolatier and an Assistant Manager for the Vitamin Shoppe.

She brings with her years of customer service experience, a keen sense of organization, a rare ability to move from the details to the big picture and back again without missing a beat, and an interest in natural health. Her positive upbeat style shines bright as she leads the way on all aspects of administration and operations at our practice. On her time off you will find her pursuing a career writing young adult novels, adventuring with friends and playing with her adorable dogs, Scout and Hunter.

Michelle the front desk associate smiling for the camera at Stow Family Chiropractic

Michelle King

Front Desk Associate

Michelle retired after 23+ years working in the office of Maynard’s after school program before joining us in 2021. She has always enjoyed customer service and loves being a part of the team at Stow Family Chiropractic as a front desk associate so she can work with people and support them on their health and wellness journey.

In her spare time Michelle enjoys being with her six grandsons, going to the beach, and having family and friends at her house in Cape Cod during the summer. She also enjoys quilting and has spent the past 35 years providing quilts to her friends, family and various charitable programs.

Janet the insurance specialist smiling for the camera at Stow Family Chiropractic

Janet Corcoran

Insurance Specialist

Before joining our team in 2019, Janet spent the bulk of her career managing reimbursement across a variety of different health care sectors including hospital, home infusion, and primary care. It’s a specialty that she has always taken very seriously and truly enjoys. Her philosophy has always been taking ownership wherever she works to ensure excellence in billing and reimbursement.

On her off hours, Janet spends time with family and friends and enjoys her two Cairn Terriers, Bowie and Munchie (AKA Toto from the Wizard of Oz). She is also an avid reader of all genre but she leans more towards fictional mystery as well as books related to the Civil War, one of her favorites being “Team of Rivals” by Doris Kearns Goodwin.