In this 200th anniversary year of the birth of Henry David Thoreau, each of us can increase our health and well-being by applying his guidance to our regular exercise activities. Thoreau, one of t ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Dr. Fromm's thorough knowledge of chiropractic and passion for helping
others has helped him excel in his field. He was recently awarded a Top
25 Chiropractor Award for 2014.
Dr. Fromm has been freeing people from pain since 1996 in his facility in Cartersville, GA. As a Chiropractor with experience, Dr. Fromm is committed to promoting the health and well being of his
Dr. Fromm's multidisciplinary approach of practicing includes: chiropractic, physical therapy, nutritional counseling, decompression therapy and massage therapy. Combining these disciplines along with teaching health and wellness principles has been the foundation for Dr. Fromm's practice.
Dr. Habers has been freeing people from pain in Cartersville, GA since 2003. He is committed to helping his patients achieve wellness.
Dr. Habers is orginally from Long Island, NY. He attended Mansfield University of Pennsylvania where he played football for four years. He joined A Family Practice & Wellness Center in 2003, where he utilizes techniques from Thompson drop, diversitfied, SOT, activator and extremity adjusting. He, his wife, and daughter reside in Cartersville.
Hello, my name is Dr. Joseph P. Taverney Jr., I am a chiropractor physician and would like to the time to introduce myself with this brief biography. I graduated from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic in 2007. While I attended UBCC, I received the clinical excellence award. This award was given to the chiropractic student that excelled during the internship program. While in the internship program I treated 687 patients breaking the previous school record of 286 patients treated. I did three off campus internships at private practices, and one internship at the UBCC clinic.
My first experience with chiropractic care came after I injured my low back playing collegiate football at Dean Jr. College in Franklin, MA. The team physician, an orthopedic surgeon, told me that I needed surgery to correct the injury to my low back. They also stated that there was a good probability that I would never play football again. It was a dream of mine to play professional football in the NFL, needless to say I was devastated by this news. I decided to go for a second opinion, the second surgeon concurred with the first diagnosis, surgery was my only option. Then one day while undergoing my rehabilitation, the team trainer told me I should try seeing a chiropractor. At that time, I did not know what a chiropractor was or did. She told me that chiropractors were doctors that specialized in spinal injuries. So I made an appointment with Dr. Jacobs in Franklin, MA. After the initial examination Dr. Jacobs informed me, in his professional opinion, he thought surgery could be avoided and started me on a course of chiropractic care. After receiving treatment for 4 ½ weeks, I was back playing football and lifting heavy weights again, all without surgery! I knew right then that is what I wanted to do as a profession.
I went on to play collegiate football at Central Connecticut State University on a scholarship. After playing at CCSU, I decided to follow my next dream and enrolled at UBCC in December of 2003. Since graduating in December of 2007, I have worked as a Doctor of Chiropractic at three different facilities and have been the owner of two different practices. I have treated thousands of patients and provided them with the benefit of researched-based chiropractic care. I have worked closely with neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists, medical doctors and other medical specialists in the co-treatment of my patients. I have treated pre/post-operative injuries, motor vehicle accident victims, worker’s compensation injuries, athletic injuries and wellness care February 18, 2015 Page 2 patients. My focuses are on restoring the body’s natural ability to heal and stay healthy without the use of drugs. That is why I am currently in the pursuit of obtaining my Master’s Degree in clinical nutrition at UBCC. I also have acquired 500 of the total 800 hours of certified athletic training courses/internship requirements.
I want to thank you for allowing me to introduce myself.
Dr. Joseph P. Taverney Jr.