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Jonathan Donath, DC, MS

Chiropractor Westchester, NY

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Jonathan Donath, DC, MS

About Dr. Donath

Jonathan Donath, DC, MS prides himself on providing high-quality chiropractic care to his patients at Joint Effort Chriproactic in White Plains, New York.

Dr. Donath graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and was the valedictorian of his class. He also has a master’s degree in human nutrition.

Dr. Donath, who has been in private practice for more than 13 years, provides each patient with the best quality, compassionate, and comprehensive care possible. In 2015, he published his book, “The Neck and Back Pain Solution," which taught people about non-surgical spinal decompression therapy.

Dr. Donath is certified and specializes in the Active Release Technique (ART). ART is one of the most effective treatments available for treating soft-tissue injuries. He is also experienced and certified in the Graston Technique, a patented form of instrument-assisted, soft-tissue mobilization that enables clinicians to break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions effectively.

Dr. Donath is highly-skilled in the Diversified Technique of manual joint manipulation. This efficient technique restores proper movement to an injured or “stuck” joint. Dr. Donath also uses cold laser therapy to help accelerate the healing process. 

Whether attending the latest pain-relieving technique seminars or reviewing current literature, Dr. Donath strives to learn more about innovations in the field to be the most qualified doctor for his patients. He is also a frequent lecturer at Jacobi Medical Center in New York. 

Medical doctors continue to send their patients to Dr. Donath because he’s known to alleviate a patient's pain when other therapies have failed. His patients include professional athletes from MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, MLS, and the PGA and LPGA tours.

Dr. Donath is experienced, trustworthy, and doesn’t prolong treatment with unnecessary procedures.

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