Chiropractic Care in Pennsylvania

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Dr. Brian graduated in December of 1999 from Life Chiropractic University (Marietta, GA.) and has been in practicing in Pennsylvania since 2001. Of those years, he has spent over 4 years practicing in a gym rehab setting throughout the Philadelphia area.

As a sports chiropractor he utilizes a combination of Chiropractic, Massage and Exercise Therapy.  His mission is to help individuals live healthy, proactive lifestyles. And works under the premise “work hard, player harder!!” Patients are treated throughout initial intensive, rehabilitative & wellness phases using high level stretching, modified yoga/pilates, and core stability training. Chiropractic (gentle joint manipulation via hands or machine is performed to address segmental dysfunction) and Massage (Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, & Neuromuscular Re-education) are ultimately utilized to achieve peak performance and health prevention, rather than waiting for stress-related problems to become chronic or more severe conditions.

His focus has always been on helping his patients continue to stay active or become more active…depending on their current level of fitness and health. His belief is that you are never too late to start exercising and that ANYONE, given the right guidance and support, can truly achieve their fitness goals. As a longtime fitness advocate, he has been actively involved in sports throughout his entire life. Dr. Brian has participated in cross country, track & swimming at both the high school & college level. His recent passions include yoga & the martial arts (Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido, American Kenpo Karate & more recently Muay Thai kickboxing). He’s currently a certified Turbo Kick instructor & is also the official sports chiropractor of a Martial Arts Academy in Pennsylvania.

His motto is “NO PAIN, NO GAIN does not apply when you have a condition.”  If you have any specific health complaints such as headaches, allergies, irritability, lack of normal sleep, or pain anywhere in the body

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