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Massage therapy does more than make you feel good, it can actually help your body achieve balance and health. Massage therapy offers a natural treatment approach which actually relieves musculoskeletal pain for many patients. Our chiropractic office provides specific massage and muscular therapy that is complementary to their chiropractic care. Each massage therapy plan is tailored to meet the patient's unique condition or injury. The benefits of massage therapy may include: increase of blood circulation, localized reduction in swelling, or the relaxation of muscles. Massage has been known to relieve muscle pain and spasms, increase a person's range of motion, while also aiding in a patient's recovery. Some investigative studies have even indicated that a single session of massage may help boost your immune system!

All massage therapy sessions are provided in a professional environment located in separate massage therapy suites at GRC. Our licensed massage therapists are highly skilled and personal modesty is respected at all times.

Different Types of Massage Techinques:

Myofascial Trigger Point
Deep Relaxation and Stress Reduction
Deep Tissue
Sports Massage
Geriatric, Adaptive & Disabled


Chris Smith, LMT     (585) 464-8957 [email protected]

No-Fault Automobile claims accepted.
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Sandra Swanson, LMT (585) 943-7664   [email protected]

No-Fault Automobile claims accepted.
Saturday hours available.

Liz Laneri, LMT         (585) 348-7980 [email protected]

Saturday hours available.


Dynamic Functional Fitness at GRC

"Good health starts with a good foundation"

Carol Bucci is our Certified Personal Trainer. She is a gifted trainer who has over 10 years of experience in evaluating patients' imbalances, then designing successful training programs. Her evaluation will determine where your specific weaknesses and tight muscles are causing your problem. She will design a program for you to either do at home, or at a fitness facility of your choice. She can also provide individual or group personal training at our facility. Her energy and motivational levels are off the charts! We recommend that all of our patients, young and old, get evaluated by Carol after an injury or before starting an exercise program.

Carol is nationally certified through ACSM, AFFA and the YMCA. She also has kickboxing certifications through AFAA, YMCA and Turbokick.

For appointments call:

Carol Bucci (585) 721-1056 [email protected]

For additional information visit:

At Greater Rochester Chiropractic, we teach our patients how to perform special "blueprint" exercises which can help strengthen and correct the irregularities in their body which may be causing pain. Many of these corrective exercises can actually be performed in the comfort of your own home to help improve the effectiveness of your chiropractic care and spinal correction plan. In addition to skeletal misalignment, you may be experiencing pain that is caused by muscles and connective tissues which are out of their proper place. Other types of pain such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches are caused by muscles and tissues that are being used improperly, causing injuries over time. In each case, targeted corrective exercises and stretches from our experienced chiropractor will help you feel good while also helping your body achieve balance and health.


   Lindsay Rae, Registered Yoga Teacher, 200 hours.

   Beginners are welcome! All props are provided,
   simply bring a mat.

   Lindsay Rae is both a Registered Yoga Teacher
   and a Chiropractic Assistant at GRC!

For more information about Lindsay Rae and the classes offered,click here.

To Sign Up Contact Lindsay
Phone: (585) 944-9830
Email:  [email protected]

Class Descriptions

A practice that takes place seated or reclined, yin yoga is a subtle, but active practice that targets deep into the connective tissue linking muscles to bones and joints. Poses are held for several minutes, allowing the body to release tension and increase flexibility. This is followed by a relaxing and restorative practice involving poses completely supported by blocks, blankets, bolsters and straps.

Slow Flow
Gentle movement through a series of postures that target specific regions of the body, Slow Flow promotes release, opening, strength and flexibility. Sequences will move through a series of gentle balances, bends, folds, and twists, while linking breath and movement together, in order to enhance circulation throughout the body.

Lifestyle advice and modifications

Many of our patients come to see our office to address a specific pain symptom such as back pain, neck pain or headaches. While a chiropractor will address each patient's specific condition with chiropractic care, we often find it helpful to "coach" our patients toward achieving a healthier lifestyle. For example, there may be certain activities that you should avoid or do differently to prevent yourself from unintentionally aggravating your particular health challenges. The goal of including lifestyle advice with a chiropractic care plan is to help each and every patient achieve the fulfilling and happy lifestyle they deserve—one that is full of the activities that are enjoyed most. We recognize that every single one of our patients is a whole person, and we use our expertise to help them reach total health and wellness.

Learning Series

There is a saying that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Your spinal health is no exception. Workshops on spinal health and Back Schools teach how activities of daily living impact back and neck pain. Greater Rochester Chiropractic also offers more specific workshops on topics such as: back pain and pregnancy, reducing physical and emotional stress, proper lifting mechanics, and computer ergonomics, to the Rochester community. We feel that the more people we can educate about the benefits of chiropractic care, the greater the chance that they will choose us for their care. Contact us today at (585) 442-3220 to arrange a workshop at your event or workplace.

Why choose GRC?

Communication: We communicate effectively with the medical community and our patients' primary care physicians. In return we receive many medical referrals.

Patient education: We educate our patients on care and prevention techniques. It is our goal to get patients into active care as soon as possible.

Experience: The chiropractors at GRC have over 70 years of combined experience.

Continuing Education: The chiropractors at GRC stay current on new techniques and treatments by attending seminars on a regular basis.

Affiliated with the Boev Neurosurgical Clinic: We are proud to be affiliated with the Boev Clinic. Angel Boev, MD is a highly respected neurosurgeon in the Rochester area.

Evidence-based treatments and protocols: We strictly follow evidence-based treatment protocols and guidelines. Everything we do in our office is backed by reputable peer review studies. We treat only neuromusculoskeletal conditions. All other conditions and 'red flags' are referred to the patient's primary care physician or an appropriate medical specialist.

Rehab and Fitness, Massage Therapy, Yoga, Acupuncture: on-site.

Same day appointments: If a patient is in acute pain, we will see him/her immediately.

Convenient hours of operation: We are open 6 days per week.

24/7 emergency access: There is always a doctor on call for chiropractic emergencies.


We look forward to hearing from you

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Brighton Hours


7:00 am-6:00 pm


7:00 am-6:00 pm


7:00 am-6:00 pm


7:00 am-6:00 pm


7:00 am-6:00 pm


8:00 am-12:00 pm



Webster Hours




9:00 am-5:00 pm


2:30 am-6:00 pm




7:30 am-12:00 pm






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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "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

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