The Doctors

Sloane DeLuke Eusebio, BS, DC, CCWP

Doctor of Chiropractic

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Dr. Sloane grew up in Niskayuna, NY, earned her Bachelor's Degree from the University of New Hampshire, and her Doctorate Degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1999. She became a chiropractor because she embraces the concept of wellness and promoting health from the inside out, and believes that the body is designed to heal itself, often without the need for medications or invasive medical procedures.
After graduation, she worked for two different chiropractors for 2.5 years before founding Select-Care Chiropractic, P.C. in Clifton Park, NY in August of 2002. Since then, Dr. Sloane has built one of the most reputable, and well regarded chiropractic practices in the area. She prides herself in putting the needs of patients first while still operating a busy and successful business. Patients have expressed that Select-Care Chiropractic, P.C. is more thorough, peaceful, caring, and effective than most other chiropractic practices.
Dr. Sloane is passionate about her profession and business because she believes that: “When one supports the body and all of its functions with chiropractic and other holistic lifestyle choices, disease has so much less power over an individual. Chiropractic teaches people not to live in fear of poor health; as a victim of circumstance, but, rather to take control of their body and their choices to support the body so that it can heal and recover and function and thrive. I really love working with pregnant moms and then their babies, as well as with adults who understand health and wellness and want to incorporate my program of chiropractic care into their lives."
In her free time, “I love relaxation and having no schedule or plans. There’s something to be said for clearing our schedules and allowing the day to evolve as it will. I especially enjoy being outdoors. I am most relaxed while at home with my family, dog, garden and chickens. Although, I do love beaches and oceans and sun and warm weather. I enjoy cooking, fine wine/dining, reading, napping, and country music concerts. I have a soft spot for animals, both wild and domestic, and regularly donate to charities that help those that are abused and neglected.”
Dr. Sloane is the proud mother of a son born in 2011. She is raising him in the holistic, wellness, and chiropractic lifestyle and is seeing the benefits of this first hand. She can credibly share and discuss the benefits of holistic childcare with her patients as the evidence for it greets her with a healthy and happy smile every day.

Professional Certifications:
Webster Certified. Webster is a technique that combines pelvic adjustments and round ligament massage help release an in-utero constraint, so that a baby can freely turn into the head-down position for birth.
Certified Chiropractic Wellness Practitioner (C.C.W.P.). This is a post-graduate program that includes evidence-based information in nutrition & natural health, physical fitness & spinal hygiene, and state of mind & emotional health, as well as insights for generating & supporting patient lifestyle changes. It also teaches advanced approaches to patient wellness assessment, clinical case management strategies for optimal wellness, and recent research findings on clinically relevant lifestyle choices & epigenetics.
International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, New York Chiropractic Council, International Chiropractic Association Council on Wellness Science
Continuing Education:
Although 12 hours of continuing education are required each year, the Dr. routinely attends 12-36 hours per year.

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Pete Meinhofer, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic

Pete Meinhofer  DC2I have been a chiropractor for the past 20 years. The reason that I became a doctor of chiropractic was that it helped me. I was working as a carpenter to pay my way through school, when I hurt my back. To recover I tried physical therapy and massage but I was not helped until I was referred to a Doctor of Chiropractic and this changed my life. Not only did I get relief for my pain I also observed an improvement in my overall health. I changed my major and applied to then went to New York Chiropractic College where I graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1998.

As a doctor of chiropractic my focus is not just on the symptoms that are dampening your quality of life but also on the life stresses that prolong and exacerbate these problems. My focus as a doctor has been on postural correction, functional medicine and nutrition and I am passionate about teaching the benefits of a chiropractic wellness lifestyle for overall health. It is amazing the healing possibilities the body is capable of when unimpeded by the burden of physical, chemical, emotional and electrical stresses. In my practice I have helped people with digestive, hormonal and neurological issues and it is the most satisfying thing in the world to see the impact we are making on their lives.
While I do spend a lot of time focused on work life would be nothing without the people that are in it. I am fortunate to have the support of my wife of 25 years, Melissa, and my two boys, Nicholas and Maxwell, who I am blessed to be around. We love living in the Adirondacks where we can hike and enjoy the outdoors and are close enough to our extended family and friends.

Amanda Riccardi, BA, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic / Patient Care Administrator


Dr. Amanda has been with Select Care Chiropractic since August of 2016. She grew up in New Hartford, NY, earned her Bachelor's Degree from the State University of New York at Oswego in 2011, and her Doctorate Degree from New York Chiropractic College in 2015. Currently, she is part-time, as she is working towards her Master of Arts degree in Teaching from SUNY Empire State College. Once completed, she plans on teaching Middle School Science. Dr. Amanda is very excited to use all of her knowledge and experience in the classroom serving others. Chiropractic will always hold a special place in her heart and she is grateful for where it has led her. She has always been able to establish great relationships with others and looks forward to doing the same with her future students.

On the weekends, you will find her spending time with her husband Jimmy and two dogs, Teddy and Lola. Her little family means the world to her. Dr. Amanda loves to travel, visit family and friends and relax while watching a good movie. She also loves baking, singing and listening to country music.

Alex Smith

Patient Care Administrator

AlexSmallAlex has been with Select-Care Chiropactic, PC since September of 2019. She is passionate about helping others and wants to be sure that everyone leaves happy and satisfied with the services they receive, from the front desk to the doctors. When asked what she believes satisfied patients would say about her, she states that “they are quick to comment on my personality and they really appreciate how I connect with them and make them laugh.”

Prior to working at Select-Care, Alex ran construction offices for 8 years. She was ready for a change and she is very passionate about learning new and exciting things, while connecting with the patients at this practice. She is interested in essential oils and natural healing, and has been seeing chiropractors herself for years, so this was a nice fit for her. When asked what may challenge other co-workers about her style, she cited her attention to organization, and honesty when challenges arise.

Alex grew up in Puerto Rico. She speaks fluent Spanish. She decided to move to N.Y. for the opportunity to connect with extended family and to seek out new experiences. She is very passionate about her family and her kitty babies, Max and Emma. Her pets are truly something she can not live without. Alex loves to spend time enjoying a nice meal, which she often prepares herself, with friends and family. She enjoys music and photography and loves to take photos and go through them, even if they are of people she does not know.

If Alex had more time to spare, she would love to volunteer at animal shelters or with autism awareness. When asked how she would like to be remembered, she mused “as someone who inspired others to do and be better because we all can make this world a kinder and better place.”