Dr. Leo Kormanik IID.C., M.S., CCSP, IDNRead More
Dr. Leo C. Kormanik II “treats others as he would like to be treated.” As an elite distance runner and 2012 Olympic Trials marathon qualifier, his career as an athlete was littered with injuries. Due to these setbacks, he dedicated himself to learning the best ways to treat and prevent injuries both swiftly and effectively, therefore shortening recovery time for the athlete, and preventing future setbacks. As a result, Dr. Kormanik is not only proficient in the spine and extremity adjusting but is also certified in Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique, Fascial Abrasion Technique (FAT-Tool), and Dry Needling.
Dr. Kevin BurroughsD.C., ATCRead More
Dr. Kevin, born and raised in Kent, began his sports medicine career as an athletic trainer. A 2010 graduate of Central Michigan University, Dr. Kevin spent 3 seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks as an athletic trainer. In three years, he was promoted from short-season rookie ball Yakima Bears, to low-A South Bend Silverhawks, and finally to AA Mobile BayBears, where his passion for learned developed. Following the 2013 season, Dr. Kevin decided to enroll in chiropractic school at Logan University. Dr. Kevin graduated in December 2017 with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters in Sports Rehabilitation.
Dr. Matthew PisanelliD.C., IDNRead More
Dr. Matthew Pisanelli earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Akron. He then decided, following an injury, to go into chiropractic school. Dr. Matt graduated from New York Chiropractic College in 2014. While attending NYCC, he was able to maintain a Deans list GPA throughout college. During his studies, he learned a variety of adjustment techniques such as Activator, Gonstead, and Diversified. Since graduating he has become Graston, NIMMO, Active release technique (ART) whole body and Nerve entrapment certified, and IDN dry needling certified. He is currently active in the Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) realm.