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Welcome to Greater Rochester Chiropractic

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Brighton Location: Our Brighton Office is conveniently located in Brighton at 30 Allens Creek Road, near the corner of Allens Creek Road and Monroe Avenue. There is a route 590 exit that drops you off seconds from our office. We are in our own building with plenty of parking. No long walks to and from your car. Our building is easily identified by our unique "Enter" and "Exit" signs.




Webster Office

Webster Location: Our new Webster Office is conveniently located off Empire Boulevard at 488 Plank Road (previously Quatro Chiropractic and Rochester Chiropractic for Women). Our building has parking in the front and rear. No long walks to and from your car. Our building is easily identified by our Greater Rochester sign.





Greater Rochester Chiropractic is your source for multidisciplinary solutions for musculoskeletal conditions. Our practice is unique because we utilize a combination of Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy, and Massage Therapy, and Acupuncture to treat a multitude of musculoskeletal disorders. In addition to having multiple disciplines available at our Brighton Office we are also Affiliated with the Boev Neurosurgical and Pain Management Clinic. Being affiliated with the Boev Clinic enables us to expedite a neurosurgical referral if needed. Angel Boev, MD is a highly respected neurosurgeon in the Rochester area. He has a conservative approach and only recommends surgery if absolutely necessary. Having a close affiliation with his clinic is essential to providing complete care for musculoskeletal conditions. It is an honor to be affiliated with such a prestigious clinic.

We are proud to be a provider for Spine Care Associates. Being part of a group of like minded healthcare professionals enables us to provide what the patient needs in a timely manner. 


Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Brighton Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Webster Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Doctor Jason is the best!! For the first time in years I stood all day giving presentations and my back doesn’t hurt!!! Thank you!!"
    Kristen G.
  • "Dr. Keeler is helpful, knowledgeable, and encouraging. He is a chiropractor who thinks about much more than bones/joints. He inspires me to make better lifestyle choices to improve my health, and teaches stretches to counteract my years of poor posture. I am very grateful for his care for our whole family!"
    Jennifer B. Rochester, NY
  • "Dr. Quatro really helped me when I injured my neck. I could barely move it and within a few days I am almost back to normal!"
    Kara M.
  • "As always I was greeted pleasantly upon arrival and given my room assignment in a very timely manner. Dr. Lange was his usual, congenial self and addressed any concerns that I might have. Checkout was quick and easy. Overall the visit went very well as has been my experience with Dr. Lange for nearly 20 years."
    Terry
  • "I immediately felt comfortable in Dr. Tuzzo's hands. She is so knowledgeable and confident in what she does- AND I feel great!"
    Anonymous
  • "Dr Kochersberger is amazing to work with. I am a new Mom with some back and neck pain after delivery and awkward breastfeeding positions. After just a few sessions she has made my body feel so much better and also gave me a lot of thorough recommendations for stretches at home as well as more comfortable breastfeeding positions. I also went to her prior and she has always corrected whatever issue I came to her with. She is a great Chiropractor and since she is also a Mom, her advice was even more meaningful to my life since it was clear from the recommendations she gives that she knows exactly how I am feeling and what my body is needing at this time. Highly recommended!"
    Nicole

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