A graduate of New York Chiropractic College, Doctor of Chiropractic Lawrence Stern aligns spines and alleviates ailments with dexterous expertise. During an initial consultation, Dr. Stern will inquire into the past and present sources of each patient's tension, examine woeful backbones with a thermal scanner, and observe patients in a battery of range-of-motion tests and motorcycle stunts to determine the best treatment plan (a $60 value). Then, utilizing a half-hour series of spinal manipulations, he will adjust the detected misalignments and mollify stubborn vertebrae (an $80 value). Each session concludes with an expert massage to unravel muscular knots and unwind tangled anxieties (a $50 value). Posttreatment physiques might feel somewhat sore for a few days, much like they would after an exercise session or a heated argument with a sycamore tree.
Ankle sprains. Athlete's foot. Diabetic foot care. Led by Dr. Audrey Abatemarco, a podiatrist with more than two decades of experience, the team at Mt Kisco Podiatry Associates addresses these and a host of other foot-related maladies. In treating patients, the team deploys sophisticated techniques, such as custom-made shoe inserts to alleviate pain and the PinPointe FootLaser to target toenail fungus.
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Manual body work for athletic enhancement
Pro Tip: Wear loose-fitting clothes for body work.
In 2002, Doctor of Chiropractic George Gertner founded Upper Cervical Chiropractic of New York to practice a very specific technique. He focuses only on the alignment of the atlas vertebra, or topmost bone of the spine, using a gentle, holistic method called NUCCA. Dr. Gertner and his team are one of only 200 groups around the world to specialize in this unique form of neck adjustment, treating an array of chronic and acute conditions without cracking or karate chopping.
Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Kobrin draws on 10 years of experience when assuaging spinal-related aches caused by illness, sports injuries, or accidents. To begin, he first assesses spines with an exam and x-rays before developing a treatment plan to correct misalignments. This may include a series of adjustments that build on each other, as well as postural exercises.
Doctor of Chiropractic Gus Sofos realigns crooked spines to help alleviate pain across the body. He aims to quash short-term neck and back pain caused by strenuous physical activity. Other ailments relieved through his services include headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, and disk herniation of the neck or back.