This episode’s spine specialist is Dr. Roy Siegel. He shares a story of treating one of the most beloved men in the world. Dr. Siegel practices in New York City.
Roy H. Siegel He has lectured nationwide on low back pain and sciatica, prevention and treatment of dance and running injuries as well as nutrition.
Dr. Roy has treated thousands of professional dancers and broadway performers along with the casts and crews.
Dr. Siegel has had articles published in Runners World, Dance Magazine. Redbook magazine, the NY Times and an article on posture in Oprah Winfrey’s magazine O. Dr. Siegel has appeared TV discussing his role in the treatment of dance and running injuries. You may also have seen Dr. Siegel on "Sixty Minutes" or on Regis and Kelly..
Dr. Roy has attended over 2,000 hours of nutrition courses and seminars. He loves creating a diet and supplement schedule for patients that will help them alleviate and correct problems as well as slow the aging process. He practices what he preaches and loves it.
He is still an active musician, playing guitar and piano, performing as singer/songwriter Roy Howard. Besides treating dancers, his musical background enhances his ability to help musicians play with strength, dexterity in a pain free state.
Chronic pain patients make up 25% of those patients who experience back pain. Dr. Barton shares an inspirational story of a nurse with chronic back pain.
Dr. Barton brings the most current levels of understanding and technology to his Kingston practice. His commitment to low force adjusting methods regularly attract patients with chronic spine issues.
Dr. Barton is a certified medical specialist with the Titleist Performance Institute and founding partner of the Kingston Golf Lab.
Dr. Barton leads by example. He and his family live a chiropractic wellness lifestyle blending fitness, nutritional awareness and purposeful living.
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I think you are going to enjoy this story of hope from veteran spine specialist, Dr. William Davis.
Dr. Davis practices in Kenmore, NY. Even after serving generations of families in the Buffalo area community for over 40 years, he is still very passionate about his work.
His experience is evident in many areas including: nutrition, disc disease, degenerative joint disease, fibromyalgia, sports and dance injury, applied kinesiology, and geriatric care. His all-inclusive approach to healing has extended to a wide circle of the top medical and alternative healers in Western New York.
Today’s spine specialist on the Back Doctors Podcast is Dr. Gregory Priest. Dr. Priest has authored several published papers and has been giving continuing education lectures since 2002. He lives and practices in Melbourne, Florida. He explains the thinking process and detective work it takes to diagnose and treat an architect with neck and arm pain.
Dr. Greg Priest graduated Summa Cum Laude from Life University in 1983 as Salutatorian of the Graduating Class. Dr. Priest then continued his postgraduate training through the National University of Health Sciences Chiropractic Orthopedic program, and was awarded the title of Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists.
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