Dr. Patrick Eglauf, Chiropractor
Dr. Patrick Eglauf is a Board Certified Chiropractor. He has received his chiropractic specialty training at New York Chiropractic College in Senaca Falls. Dr. Eglauf has completed over one hundred hours in post graduate’s rehabilitation and is a member of the national chiropractic associations.
Dr. Eglauf holds a license in New York and North Carolina. In his twelve years of experience, he has been able to afford himself the knowledge necessary to develop the integrated approach to your health. He and his staff will combine efforts to ensure that you get the necessary quality of care.
This functional assessment will uncover the precise information on your current physical complains. Through a physical examination and evaluation of work conditions, lifestyle, and recreational activity,
he will determine the cause of the problem. This approach is vastly different from the typical medical
model of treating your symptoms.
Dr. Eglauf will take your exam findings and extrapolate a proper treatment plan to relieve pain, restore function, strengthen and stretch the appropriate muscles to avoid symptoms exacerbation. Finally, maintaining a maximum level of good health can be achieved.
Heather Stone , Office Manager
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AnnaMaria DiLisio, Massage Therapist
AnnaMaria DiLisio, LMT, CPT is a New York State licensed massage therapist for 6 years and a nationally certified personal trainer for 18. Her extensive training in both fields allows her to provide proper assessment and quality care for each individual. AnnaMaria also specializes in medical and deep tissue massage.
“Getting to the route of the problem is my goal in providing long-term pain management and relief.”
Massage has been used for centuries across the world. It affects an individual’s ability to tolerate pain, decreases stress, and boosts the immune system. Massage also increases the speed of the healing process, accelerates the rate of recovery from serious illness, decreases blood pressure, and minimizes the heart rate.
Massage is a system of therapeutic manipulations of the body’s soft tissue—muscle, tendons, ligaments, and fascia—for the purpose of enhancing circulation to restore or maintain an overall well being. Increased circulation aids in the delivery of oxygen and nutreints to all cells and cleanses the tissues of cellular metabolic waste or toxins.
Massage relaxes tense or spasmodic muscles, increases joint range of motion, soothes the nervous system, increases respiration, and reduces swelling from the accumulation of fluid in the extremities.
Raphel C. Labelson, Acupuncturist
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