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Dr. Peter Sansone is a graduate of Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Pepperdine University and Wagner College. He is Webster Certified, a successful technique for expectant mothers carrying breach babies which treats the pelvic region to help turn the baby. He has 30+ years practicing Cox Technique and McKenzie Protocol, both tried and true methods to treat herniated discs and help patients avoid back surgery. Dr. Peter has two other specialties, the first being sports medicine and rehabilitation, the other is treatment of both acute and chronic TMJ (‘jaw’) dysfunction. Additionally, Dr. Peter has lectured before medical physicians in his field of expertise, and is a former adjunct professor of the health sciences in undergraduate colleges. He has acted as clinic director of several clinics and he is a most welcome addition to our staff of highly qualified chiropractors and acupuncturists.
Dr Vicente Saraco, Doctor of Chiropractic: Info Coming Soon
Dr Karen A Thomas, Doctor of Chiropractic, Licensed Acupuncturist is a 1987 graduate of the New York Chiropractic College and maintains a thriving private practice in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Her post-doctoral credentials include: a diplomate in chiropractic neurology from Logan Chiropractic College and The Carrick Institute, and certification in homeopathy from New York Chiropractic College.
In 1998, Dr. Thomas added traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and acupuncture to her qualifications when she completed a four-year program at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City. She creates and teaches programs on complimentary alternative medicine (CAM) approaches to pain management. She has served as a college lecturer and has also worked with multi-disciplinary clinics.
In the grips of a New York winter Cold air makes life difficult. To start with, it makes breathing harder and affects articulation. Traditional Chinese Medicine tells us that "cold wind" is responsible for a number of maladies, both seasonal and long-term. What this tells us is that simple things like wrapping up warm and drinking hot, nourishing liquids like t [ ... ]
As your body attempts to recover and transition from pregnancy to motherhood, breastfeeding poses yet another problem for your ailing spine. The awkward angles and the extra weight combine to add more pressure on to an already imbalanced system. We recommend you take a proactive approach to preventing back pain from breastfeeding, thereby mitigating the additio [ ... ]
As with all of life, balance is important We are big fans of balance: work-leisure balance, mental health balance, exercise-relaxation balance and, of course, balance in the diet. Today, we want to focus on balance between two important minerals: magnesium and calcium. Calcium is well touted for its impact on bone and tooth health, and this impact becomes greater as [ ... ]