1st) Dr. Richard Carpenos, New England Spine and Disc
"What's new at New England Spine & Disc? A lot, it turns out! They've been in business for 21 years, but recently, Dr. Richard Carpenos says, ""We completely shifted our strategy."" They've opened a new office in ""the first green commercial building registered in the state of Connecticut,"" he says, ""built with used bricks — and it's very efficient and economical, in terms of energy. ""People walk in and go, 'Wow!' It's kind of like the Taj Mahal of chiropractic offices."" But the office isn't the only thing that's modern. ""We're doing this new technology — class four laser pain control and tissue healing — it's been amazing,"" Carpenos says. ""My strategy is to offer two free visits of the laser treatment. People experience it, and then we talk about how to pay for it. I think you have to make health care affordable and revolutionary: the same old system is not going to fit into this 2011 society."" We're using this very intense light,"" Carpenos says, ""that penetrates about 6 centimeters into the tissues, that stimulates the tissue to generate new tissue, disc, muscle."" They even have a new name: ""We changed our name to 'New England Spine and Disc' because we're putting our focus on the disc."" "
391 Boston Post Road
2nd) Dr. Katey Cofrancesco, Creative Body Therapies
1079 Whalley Ave.
3rd) Dr. Eileen Denny, Denny Chiropractic & Acupuncture
2842 Old Dixwell Ave.