Our office has excellent practitioners to help you with all your chiropractic, nutrition and overall wellness needs.
Anna-Marie Simpson, DC, MS, CCSP in training
Doctor of Chiropractic & Clinical Nutritionist
Dr. Anna is licensed by the fully accredited New York State Chiropractic Board. She focuses her practice on restoring and maintaining proper function of the musculoskeletal and nervous systems. She prides herself in providing individualized attention for each patient and specializes in family-based care. Dr. Anna serves a diverse patient population and performs a variety of chiropractic techniques. She has had a multitude of experiences ranging from several outpatient clinic rotations to wellness care in the management of chronic complex cases with co-morbidities. Dr. Anna is proud to boast a 96% success rate with correcting malpositioned (including breech) babies in utero!
Heather Ann Cacchione, LMT
Heather is a passionate body worker. As a massage therapist, she has truly found her calling. Heather has devoted her career to caring for others in various capacities. She began after receiving her BA in Psychology from Le Moyne College; working with troubled youth for 10 years and then for 12 years assisting the mentally disabled as a care giver and managing director for several group homes. In 2015, she completed an intense program through the Ononodaga School of Therapeutic Massage, finishing at the top of her class, as well as serving as a peer tutor. Heather provides a unique combination of mind, body and spiritual attention to relax and benefit her clients in many ways, leaving them feeling happy, healthy and with a renewed sense of daily vigor.
Prenatal Yoga Teacher
Kara Knott received her 200 hour yoga teacher training at the Kripalu Institute of Yoga, in Lenox, MA in 2011. Kara chose this training because of the lineage’s belief that yoga can be made accessible to everyone, regardless of age, ability or experience. She is grateful for the education she received in both yogic philosophy and asana but also, and more importantly, how to assist the student in the development of compassionate self-awareness. It is from this space of non-judgmental witness consciousness that yoga begins to grow in the body, translating to the unveiling of the true self.
Our Administrative Staff