Dr. Jennifer Greenfield practices chiropractic, Functional Medicine (FM) and Applied Kinesiology (AK). All of which explore the connection between the physical, biochemical, and emotional aspects of the body. She uses gentle techniques in her chiropractic practice including the Activator, Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT) and Thompson Drop Technique. In her FM and AK practice, Dr. Greenfield uses many diagnostic tools: laboratory, testing such as blood, stool, saliva testing as well as muscle testing in order to determine the root cause of your condition. She will then use supplements, herbal extracts, homeopathic remedies, therapeutic diets, detoxification methods and/ or stress-management techniques in order to restore function and balance to the body.
Dr. Kira Cervenka (Dr. K) utilizes chiropractic, myofascial release/trigger point therapy, functional exercises, and nutrition to help restore health. Dr. K has a variety of programs to help enhance athletic performance, recover from injury, or achieve a healthier foundation. The chiropractic techniques Dr. K uses are: Manual Adjusting, Thompson Drop Table, Cox Flexion Distraction, Dry Needling, and Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT). She is certified in Graston technique and in Selective Functional Movement Assessments (SFMA). She also has additional training in extremity assessment and adjustment. Depending on the patient's treatment goals, nutrition and supplementation may be utilized.
Dr. Monique Santoro uses Chinese Medicine in order to bring harmony and balance back into the body. Aside from using needles, she utilizes gua sha, tui na (Chinese massage), cupping, and Qi Gong techniques. She is also an herbalist, who prescribes Chinese herbs to enhance healing. Her passion is to be a general practitioner to her patient's health and treat ailments from pain, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, substance abuse, women’s health, etc. She also has a passion for nutrition and incorporates dietary recommendations into her treatments.
With a background in Chinese and Western medicine, Dr. Santoro understands the importance of integrative care. She received her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with a concentration in integrative medicine from Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts. Her doctorate focus included cardiology, neurology, orthopedics and obstetrics. Her ultimate goal is to assist people in living their healthiest life.
Kathy became a massage therapist after a series of "what shall I be when I grow up" attempts. After moving in and out of nursing as an LPN for more than 20 years, she was working at Glaxo as float staff when she saw an ad on the back page of the Independent for an open house for Medical Arts Massage School in 1997. Fifteen minutes later, she was hooked! Kathy believes that she has found THE thing she was meant to do. After mastering the basic massage modalities like Swedish, deep tissue and sports and pregnancy massage, Kathy went next to Cranio-Sacral therapy studies. The effect of connective tissue on the overall condition of the muscular and skeletal systems became wholly fascinating to her. Acquiring these new skills have helped her to get the effects of really vigorous deep tissue with much less of the uncomfortable aspects of this highly effective therapy.
Kathy believes in the precept that we are more than just a physical body and that if we are experiencing a physical manifestation of an imbalance in our lives, therapies like Chiropractic and Massage can help patients identify where these imbalances may lie for themselves.
Kathy is always willing to share what information and at-home techniques she can with clients so that they can reach this self-discovery of health...for themselves.