Dr. Vittoria Repetto DC

Doctor of Chiropractic, Applied Kinesiologist, NKT Practitioner
Vittoria Repetto

Licensed: Yes

License: New York #X004749

Expiration:

Credentials: Diploma/Degree

Institution:

In practice since: 1987

I have been a Doctor of Chiropractic & an Applied Kinesiologist since 1987; recently I was certified as a NeuroKinetic Therapist

I integrate manual muscle testing with standard methods of diagnosis. Through spinal, extremity, skull and jawbone adjustments, acupressure, muscle balancing, stress reduction, lymphatic & vascular organ reflexes and nutrition, we work together to bring you to a higher level of health and help you to actualize your potential.

Many of my patients:

Suffer from a condition where a medical pathology has been ruled out but the other doctors cannot find the cause.

Have a treatable condition and want to utilize non-pharmacological means of getting relief.

Know that health is a question of balancing the structural, chemical and mental components of healing.

Want to spend time with their doctor to develop the old-fashioned doctor-patient relationship based on trust and respect.

W. Village Chiropractic & Applied Kinesiology & NKT/ Dr Vittoria Repetto
http://www.drvittoriarepetto.com

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230 W. 13th Street #1A
between 7th & 8th Ave
New York, New York
10011

Areas of Specialty

Chronic Pain

Other

Treatment Methods

Chiropractic

Kinesiology

Articles Vittoria has Published
How a Combination of Applied Kinesiology, NeuroKinetic Therapy
How a Combination of Applied Kinesiology, NeuroKinetic Therapy and Chiropractic Works

A patient comes in with a problem, maybe low back pain. Most chiropractors would figure out what vertebrae /spinal nerve is involved and then adjust the segments involved. However what is missed is why »

A patient comes in with a problem, maybe low back pain. Most chiropractors would figure out what vertebrae /spinal nerve is involved and then adjust the segments involved. However what is missed is why did the problem happen and how can it be fixed so that it does not happen again. First we need to look at the muscles innervated by the spinal segment As a Applied Kinesiologist, I test for the function..

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · January 26th, 2017

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · January 26th, 2017

The Use of Applied Kinesiology in a Chiropractic
The Use of Applied Kinesiology in a Chiropractic Examination

In the chiropractic examination which includes orthopedic, neurological and spinal palpation, the addition of applied kinesiology and muscle testing adds an extra dimension of revealing the patient's health »

In the chiropractic examination which includes orthopedic, neurological and spinal palpation, the addition of applied kinesiology and muscle testing adds an extra dimension of revealing the patient's health status. In the 1960's, Dr George Goodheart found that muscle testing could be used in the evaluation of normal and abnormal body function. His examination soon included evaluation of the vascular..

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 17th, 2016

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 17th, 2016

What is Applied Kinesiology & What It is
What is Applied Kinesiology & What It is Not

Applied Kinesiology (AK) can be defined as the clinical application of the study of movement and function; it is functional neurology. AK is a system of testing and treatment that is used to assess the »

Applied Kinesiology (AK) can be defined as the clinical application of the study of movement and function; it is functional neurology. AK is a system of testing and treatment that is used to assess the body's functional aberrations. These functional aberrations may be but not limited to: Therapies to induce or restore individual normal function include but not limited to: With the aim of decreasing..

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 16th, 2016

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 16th, 2016

Chronic Inflammation and How Chiropractic & Applied Kinesiology
Chronic Inflammation and How Chiropractic & Applied Kinesiology Can Help.

First what is inflammation? Acute inflammation is our body's natural reaction to infection, trauma, irritants and other hurtful stimuli. Inflammation is an innate reaction that helps remove the hurtful »

First what is inflammation? Acute inflammation is our body's natural reaction to infection, trauma, irritants and other hurtful stimuli. Inflammation is an innate reaction that helps remove the hurtful stimulus out and starts the healing process. The signs of inflammation are pain, heat, redness and sometimes loss of function. However inflammation becomes problematic when it becomes chronic. The body..

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 15th, 2016

Dr. Vittoria Repetto · April 15th, 2016