Dr. Robert Borzone shares a remarkable story of a woman injured in an automobile accident in 2003, that left her with shaking of her leg. He explains the case and his treatment outcome using Cox Technic.
Dr. Robert Borzone, DC, LAc, DACBN is a Chiropractor, Licensed Acupuncturist, Diplomate of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and Certified AMMA Therapist. He received his bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry from Rider College and his Doctorate degree from New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Borzone is the former Dean of the School of Massage Therapy and Chair of the Science Department of the New York College for Health Professions where he also received his training in acupuncture. He is an adjunct faculty member at Stony Brook University teaching courses on Complementary Medicine and Ancestral Medicine for the School of Social Welfare. Dr. Borzone is an adjunct faculty member at Nassau Community College teaching courses on Nutrition and Biology and has lectured at Hofstra University on Nutrition and Wellness. He is a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Oriental Bodywork through the NCCAOM, a Certified Asian Bodywork Therapy Instructor with the AOBTA and a Certified COX practitioner. Dr. Borzone is a Category A Provider of NCBTMB. Dr. Borzone has dedicated over 30 years to the health professions through education, consulting and professional development. He has lectured extensively in the fields of Oriental Medicine, Nutrition, Back Care and Wellness and has published works in professional journals as well as contributed to books on wellness.
Dr. Ted Arkfeld shares a story of a single mom of two who has a discetomy, but continues to have pain.
Dr. Ted A. Arkfeld is a 1988 graduate of Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington, MN. The decision to become a chiropractor was an easy one after growing up in what Dr. Arkfeld calls, “A chronic pain family”. His father was involved in a motor vehicle crash that ultimately resulted in three unsuccessful spinal fusions that left him on total disability. It was after the last surgery that his father turned to chiropractic treatment for relief of his chronic lower back pain.
As a high school athlete playing both football and baseball, and then collegiate baseball, Dr. Arkfeld experienced the benefits of chiropractic care during his playing days. This love for sports and chiropractic has guided him the past 16-years as the team chiropractor for Gaylord High School football and basketball programs.
Always the student, Dr. Arkfeld has returned to the classroom numerous times for advanced degrees and certifications that allows him to provide the most current research-based treatment protocols for his patients.
Spine specialist, Dr. Coleman Cormier shares a story of a patient who was injured in an automobile accident that resulted in a large disc herniation in her lower back.
Dr. Coleman Cormier was raised in Bossier City, Louisiana where he graduated from Parkway High School in 2005. He then moved to Thibodeaux, Louisiana to attend Nicholls State University where he earned his degree in General Studies in 2010. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida in Port Orange, Florida. Upon graduation from Palmer College in 2013, he returned to Thibodeaux to begin his career. He worked in both Houma and Baton Rouge for seven years before joining Dr. Shay Corbin’s team at Medical Spine-Spine and Sports Injury and Rehab Centers. Dr. Coleman utilizes a variety of soft tissue and spinal manipulation techniques to treat a diverse population and a wide range of ailments. He is married to Amanda Cormier, a teacher at Dutchtown High School. He enjoys hunting, outdoor sports, competitive shooting, and family activities in his free time. Dr. Cormier’s goal as a chiropractic physician is to provide the best care possible for his patients utilizing a variety of techniques learned both in chiropractic training and through his continuing education.
Spine specialist, Dr. Andrew Calderone shares a story of an active 63 y.o. male athlete with a condition called spondylolisthesis. Dr. Calderone explains what this condition is and how he is treating this active gentleman.
Dr. Calderone is a native of Stuart, Florida and attended South Fork High School where he was a student in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program and a member of the Men’s Varsity Baseball Team. After high school, Dr. Calderone went on to study Exercise Science at Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) in West Palm Beach, Florida.
While at PBA, Dr. Calderone was also a member of the Men’s Collegiate Baseball Team where in his senior year, was awarded the Male President’s Award and named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team, the first PBA baseball player in program history to receive this distinction. After college, Dr. Calderone was fortunate enough to play a season of independent professional baseball for the High Desert Yardbirds of the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs in Adelanto, California.
After his playing days, Dr. Calderone enrolled in chiropractic school at Keiser University in West Palm Beach, Florida. In his final semester of chiropractic school, Dr. Calderone completed a 5-month preceptorship at Scott Air Force Base in Shiloh, Illinois where he completed over 700 clinical hours in the 375th Medical Group multidisciplinary clinic diagnosing and providing chiropractic care to active members of the United States Air Force, Military, and Navy. While at Scott, he also completed 250 hours and 150 musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound procedures. Dr. Calderone graduated top of his class with a perfect 4.0 GPA and received Summa Cum Laude upon graduation – the highest academic distinction.
Dr. Calderone first experienced the benefits and healing of chiropractic care at the age of 15, when he was diagnosed with a bilateral spondylolysis at the level of his L5 vertebra. At the time he was playing varsity baseball at South Fork High School in Stuart, Florida and was informed that this was a potentially career ending injury. He credits chiropractic care to not only saving his baseball career, but also keeping him healthy on the field for years to come. His experience as a patient of chiropractic drove him to become a Doctor of Chiropractic.
Dr. Calderone looks forward to giving back to the community that raised him and hopes to inspire the youth to pursue the chiropractic profession, the same way he was inspired by his chiropractic physician from a young age.
In addition to being a board-certified chiropractic physician, Dr. Calderone also holds other professional certifications including:
Dr. Calderone is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA).