Chiropractic Neurology

Chiropractic Neurology is an exclusive sub-specialty within chiropractic. A rigorous three years of additional training and Board examination in the functions of the brain and nervous system (similar to those which a medical neurologist undergoes) better enable us to diagnosis and treat many conditions such as concussion, head pain, migraine, cluster and tension headaches; neurologic disorders such as Bells Palsy (facial paralysis), Meniere's Disease (ringing in the ear), dizziness, stroke, tingling and numbness in the arms and legs; neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain; scoliosis, mid-back and digestive disorders; low back, hip, knee, ankle and foot pain; car accident, work-related and slip-and-fall injuries. (See article and videos below)

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Dr. Saracino was one of the first five Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologists in Pennsylvania, the first in the Valley Forge Area and is currently certified Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACNB). For more information check out their website below.

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Chiropractic neurological treatments include: exercise rehabilitation (on premise), stretching, nutritional counseling, massage, physical therapy and spinal decompression. The focus on muscles, ligaments and tendons to rebalance the nervous system allows for fewer spinal manipulations than those used by regular doctors of chiropractic.

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The Chiropractic educational community recognized the need for expanding its specialized training and in 1979 initiated a three-year post-doctoral course in Clinical Neurology. Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologists are Doctors of Chiropractic who have completed post-doctoral training in clinical neurology whose program is approved by the Continuing Education Committee of the Commission for the Accreditation of Graduate Education in Neurology. The diplomat program requires a minimum of 300 credit hours and competency in written and practical examinations administered by the ACNB. Currently certified Chiropractic Neurologists must obtain 30 approved chiropractic neurologic credits per year. The ACNB is the only specialty-certification agency for the Chiropractic profession that is fully accredited by the National Commission for Certification Agency, the accreditation body of the National Organization for Competency Assurance, the leader in setting quality standards for credentialing organizations.