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Dr. Peshkin, DC


My favorite thing about being a Chiropractor is seeing my patient’s progress. Nothing makes me happier than when a patient leaves the office feeling better than when they came in. Chiropractic care isn’t a one and done fix, it takes time to build trust with, and commitment from, a patient to work together to improve their health and their life. Being able to be a patient’s mentor and healer as they improve their health by reducing pain, improving function, and then increasing optimal neurological output, is a fantastic gift for both the patient and myself as their practitioner. The trust that we build is a professional friendship not limited to the walls of our practice. My patients become friends and family members of our practice and that relationship is mutually beneficial and beautiful. I couldn’t imagine a more rewarding career and I treasure and value the impact that I am able to have on my patient’s life.

Education History:

Loyola College of Maryland (Now known as, Loyola University of Maryland)- Class of 2004
Elementary Education Liberal Arts Degree

New York Chiropractic College (Now known as, Northeast College of Health Sciences)
Phi Chi Omega Honor Society Member


Diversified Chiropractic Adjustments
Drop Table Technique
Cervical and Lumbar Spinal Decompression
Flexion and Distraction
ConnecTX myofascial technique
KATMAN Technique Brain Based Functional Neurology
Whole Food Nutrition
Kinesiology Taping
Piezowave Shockwave Therapy
NCV/EMG Diagnostician
Huntington, Long Island
Baltimore, MD for Undergrad years
Bangkok, Thailand, Professor of Business English at Assumption University
West Irondequoit NY since 2013

Hobbies/Things Outside The Office:

Perpetual Traveler and Student of World Cultures
Martial Arts (American Kempo, Brazilian Jujitsu, Russian Systema, Judo)
Electronic Music Production/DJ (Future Bass/Future House, Deep House, Mashups, and Liquid Drum and Bass)
Dungeons and Dragons and Magic the Gathering with friends and family
Reading Graphic Novels, Japanese Horror Manga, and self-help books

Dr. Peshkin, DC
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