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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

For appointments: PLEASE CONTACT THE MASSAGE THERAPIST DIRECTLY.

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

No-Fault Automobile claims accepted.
Facebook: Christina Smith LMT

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.
Website:
http://www.lizlaneriwellness.com/


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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:
www.dynamicfunctionalfitnessll...

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.


Acupuncture

What is Acupuncture?   Acupuncture is a system of medicine used to treat various physical, mental, and emotional conditions and to alleviate pain. It focuses on strengthening the physical condition and harmonizing the body systems to promote longevity and healing.    Originating in ancient China, acupuncture is now widely practiced in the West, and is accepted as an effective therapy by the National Institute of Health and the World Health Organization.   How does it work?    Understood traditionally, acupuncture works by circulating qi throughout the vessels of the body.  From a biomedical perspective, acupuncture improves microcirculation, regulates the body’s respiration, temperature, blood pressure, hormonal secretion and immune response.  Acupuncture also stimulates the central nervous system and affects the release of basic body chemicals, called neurotransmitters, throughout the body. 

Christine DeLozier, L.Ac. graduated from a three year Master’s degree program at the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine of the New York Chiropractic College.  She completed both the Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine programs which offered extensive clinical experience treating patients with acupuncture and herbs. She is especially interested in treating acute and chronic pain, skin conditions and mood disorders. Christine speaks Spanish fluently.

Needle & Herb Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine  Christine DeLozier, L.Ac. is our Acupuncturist who can be reached at: 585.489.9070 or 

Her website is www.NeedleAndHerb.com

See GRC's Christine DeLozier, L.Ac. and Leslie Lange, DC in this TWC News segment about the healing benefits of cupping.

www.twcnews.com/nys/rochester



Kali Spoto LaRue PT, DPT

Star Physical Therapy

Dr. Kali LaRue has treatment hours at GRC.

Kali LaRue, PT, DPT, OCS

Kali LaRue received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University at Buffalo in May of 2007 and has been a member of the STAR team since June of that year. She is a member of the APTA and certified as a clinical specialist in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy (OCS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). In addition, she is involved as an adjunct faculty member of Nazareth College and has served as a clinical instructor for many student clinical rotations.  Also, she is a participant in the pilot “Primary Spine Care Specialist” training sponsored by Excellus BCBS. Her professional interests include orthopedic injury, manual therapy, Pilates-based rehabilitation, and health promotion. She is also an accomplished athlete having been a member of UB’s Division 1 crew team for four years and currently participates in marathons, local races, and bike tours. Call (585) 425-1018 to schedule an appointment.

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Brighton Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Webster Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

2:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

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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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