Chiropractor Brooklyn Blog

The chiropractor Brooklyn Blog at Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture located in Park Slope, Brooklyn 11215, was started to let you know how we apply both Eastern and Western medical theory to establish a diagnosis and treatment plan designed specifically for each patient.

Furthermore, our goal is to help our patients enjoy an optimal quality of life with improved physical health, mental well-being, and a sense of spiritual tranquility.

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Take a look at some of our health tips below in our chiropractor Brooklyn blog for information about improving your life.

COVID-19: What We Know Now

By Karen | March 31, 2020 |

As week three of self-quarantine and shelter in place regulations commence, it’s important to take a closer look at what’s going on so we can better understand what we’re all in for. If you’re feeling healthy and well right now, you have an advantage over tens of thousands of Americans who have been diagnoses with…

Building Your At-Home Yoga Practice

By Karen | March 25, 2020 |

As Americans experience times of self-quarantine, our at-home rituals are going to either keep us sane, or misuse of our free time might start to drive us less than sane. It’s times like these especially when the world seems like it’s in such turmoil, to double-down on your own efforts to maintain control over the…

Self-Care Tips for Stay-At-Home Life

By Karen | March 18, 2020 |

As millions of Americans in affected cities begin to shelter in place, it’s important for those of us who are social distancing to remember to practice self-care, especially during these times of tension and stress. Turns out we’re a lot better to each other when we’re being good to ourselves. Below, Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of…

Social Distancing the Pain-Free Way

By Karen | March 13, 2020 |

As more and more cities experience lockdowns of varying degrees, many folks are putting themselves under self-quarantine as a way to reduce exposure for those of us who are more susceptible to contracting Coronavirus. Social Distancing is one buzz term that we’ve been hearing a lot in the news and we thought it’d be a…

Foods that Boost Your Immune System

By Karen | March 11, 2020 |

In addition to our amazing treatments, Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of Park Slope also provides education to our patients and readership that will help them stay healthy, especially during sick season, and, now, during times of the Coronavirus. Below, we go over a few foods you can add to your diet that will boost your immune…

Tips to Avoid Getting Sick

By Karen | March 6, 2020 |

When it comes down to it, our staying healthy depends upon the daily choices we make, whether it’s keeping a good diet (which means eating plenty of fruits and veggies packed with minerals that keep you healthy and well), staying hydrated, avoiding self-destructive behaviors like smoking and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, and doing things…

Tips to Stay Active When Free Time is Limited

By Karen | February 26, 2020 |

When our schedules get busy, one of the first things we start to put on the backburner is our own wellness protocol. We might eat fast food, we might sleep abnormal hours, and we might also fail to keep our health and wellness routines. Working out and exercising can definitely start to become an afterthought.…

3 Common Myths About Acupuncture

By Karen | February 21, 2020 |

When it comes to acupuncture, some folks are a little hesitant to take the step outside of their comfort zone to explore the expansive world that Eastern medicine has to offer. Acupuncture is a process that inspires your body’s own miraculous healing capabilities to reduce pain and boost your health profile. Myth #1: Acupuncture is…

Healthy Valentine’s Day Alternatives

By Karen | February 14, 2020 |

As more and more of us get more health-conscious, it makes sense to look for healthy alternatives to old traditions that might act contrary to our health and wellness goals. Valentine’s Day is one holiday marked by fancy restaurant attendance, chocolate consumption, maybe more than a few adult beverages. However, Valentine’s Day actually represents a…

Eating Clean and Healthy the Pain-Free Way

By Karen | February 12, 2020 |

Making the right choices nutritionally might seem difficult initially, but, after you’ve built some momentum and gotten some solid days of clean eating behind you, your body will actually start to crave healthy food and shy away from the junk. Below, Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture of Park Slope goes over a few ways that you can…

Moreover, at Community Chiropractic & Acupuncture we are committed to providing individualized and compassionate patient care.

Dr. Karen Thomas founded the practice over 30 years ago with the express purpose of providing leading-edge healthcare to the Park Slope community.

As a result, the practice has grown considerably since then, and moved from its original location at Lincoln Place and Sixth Avenue to Eighth Avenue at Union Street, to its present location at 182 8th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

We want you to know that we are prepared for you.

Furthermore, for the protection of our customers and our employees, we’ve followed the guidance of the W.H.O. and the I.C.C. and their directions to business owners.

Additionally, we have disinfected all surfaces and implemented recommended strategies to keep safe distances between all customers and employees to prevent any transmission.

In conclusion, our team is on top of the most current information available to businesses.

We are open for business.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about your health at 718-398-3100

We all speak English and...

Dr. Gabe is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese

Dr. Thomas speaks some Spanish but is not fluent

Yolanda, our office manager is fluent in Spanish

Steve, our front office assistant speaks some Chinese but is not fluent

Sofia, our medical biller is fluent in Russian