Listed in the Great Doctors of Chiropractic directory, Dr. Niraj Patel helps patients overcome conditions from chronic back pain to sports injuries without resorting to pharmaceuticals or surgery. An experienced practitioner, Dr. Niraj Patel also works with work-related injuries and auto accident issues. Based on initial exams, he identifies what course of therapy would have the most positive impact on clients' health. A fan of integrating healthcare technology, Dr. Patel's office is outfitted with equipment such as computer wellness scanners, cold lasers, and human-sized marionette strings that adjust patients' alignment.
A trio of chiropractors, all graduates of New York Chiropractic College, runs the show at Tri-County Chiropractic. In addition to getting the same alumni newsletter, Melissa Kisla, Christine Treacy, and Jessica Kennedy also each achieved board certification in adjunctive therapies, which allows them to more easily work in the multidisciplinary practice they run together. Using a whole-person approach, Doctors of Chiropractic Kisla, Treacy, and Kennedy don’t just perform chiropractic treatments, they promote macro-level healthy habits through a comprehensive regimen that includes corrective exercises, lifestyle advice, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling.
For more than 16 years, AT Wellness Center has served as an oasis for detoxifying and recharging. Staffed by a team of licensed massage therapists, acupuncturists, and yoga instructors, AT Wellness offers numerous means for clients to reach optimal health. Along with bodywork and nutritional counselors, the center also hosts yoga and tai chi classes and open meditation sessions, where guests are encouraged to clear their mind and tap into a deeper, calmer place.
Although chiropractic is more than a century old, Dr. Rick Racioppi of Progressive Rehab Family Chiropractic has kept it up-to-date. He treats patients with such advanced methods as cold-laser therapy and spinal decompression--combining them with good old-fashioned heat, massages, and spinal adjustments. These treatments work in tandem in an effort to trigger the body's self-healing abilities, thereby eschewing the need for drugs or surgery.