222 Westchester Ave. Suite 405, White Plains, NY 10604
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About Joint Effort Chiro

Joint Effort Chiropractic is regarded as one of the most respected chiropractic clinics in the tri-state region.
Their reach spans much further than this region. Our doctors routinely attract patients from around the world. Some of the most respected physicians in Westchester County and New York regularly refer patients to us. Many of those same doctors are treated by us, because we practice evidence-based chiropractic with a variety of proven techniques. Each treatment program is individually designed and prescribed for patients.

Joint Effort Chiropractic has a diverse group of patients that range from children, to professional athletes, to senior citizens. we treat every one of them with gentle, confident and caring hand Read More..

More Testimonials

My adolescent son hurt his back due to a skateboard injury. Gregory's treatment was so successful that this past December, 2009 when I was in extreme pain in my lower back and couldn't stand, sit or lie down, I decided to call joint effort chiro. Over the past three years since I hurt my back during a move with my company, I have had numerous shots and taken tons of pain medication. Nothing helped. I was immediately given an appointment. Read More >>
Marianne C. Mamaroneck, NY
I had a herniated disks (C5/C6) in my neck since 2008. I tried several treatments like physical therapy and Advil, but none of them really helped much. I relied on bed rest, which did help relieve the pain somewhat, but there was a constant nagging pain. And there was always discomfort at night while I lie in bed. The symptoms would worsen when I lifted heavy objects or fell asleep in a bad position. The situation got worse in 2012 after I re-injured my neck. Read More >>
Jay C. Hartsdale, NY
Several years ago I experienced severe pain in my legs and lower back.
I went to see several physicians as well as a few chiropractors. I went for an MRI and was informed that I had several herniated disks in my lower back I think they were L4 & L5. I had, as a result a severe case of sciatica . I was told that I should get an operation or I might have to live with the pain… some choice. I decided on pain management and after several sessions with steroids I was relatively pain free. Unfortunately this did not last long. Read More >>
Marco P. Yonkers, NY