Month: July 2017

Building Relationships: A Foundation of Chiropractic

When Dr. Thomas Ventimiglia, New York Chiropractic College’s Dean of Postgraduate & Continuing Education, started to build his own private practice over 36 years ago, he laid his foundation on the principle that relationships matter. To Dr. Ventimiglia, a successful chiropractic career and practice was rooted in community involvement — becoming an advocate, a go-to… Read more »

Healing a nation in pain with evidence-informed chiropractic

Approximately 100 million U.S. adults are burdened by chronic pain every year, with an estimated annual national economic cost of $560-635 billion, according to Relieving Pain in America. Dr. Mary Balliett, chiropractor and professor at New York Chiropractic College, says that her most important job as a chiropractor is to determine a differential diagnosis to… Read more »

Sports Symposium Blog – DC and Acupuncture

The recent New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) Sports Symposium was packed with four incredible speakers who utilize the modalities of chiropractic and acupuncture to treat athletes and sports-related injuries.  As noted by Assistant Professor Michael Pingicer, LAc, of NYCC’s Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, many athletes opt for natural approaches as they… Read more »