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200 West 57th Street, Suite 909

New York, NY 10019 US

212-873-0907

Meet The Chiropractor

  • Dr.
    James Corregano

    Dr. James Corregano is a chiropractic physician specializing in the Zone Healing Technique.

    He holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Life University in Marietta, Georgia. During his time at Life University, Dr. Corregano also studied Chiropractic Principles and Zone Therapy at the Concept Therapy Institute, enabling him to truly bring patients to a state of ultimate health and wellness.

    Dr. Corregano’s interest in the healthcare field, and specifically chiropractic care, stemmed from his personal experiences with poor health due to a series of sports injuries and car accidents in his youth and early adulthood. It was through chiropractic care that he first achieved well-being. When, years later, Dr. Corregano again suffered from allergies to pollen and animal dander, back pain, and hair loss, he discovered the Zone Healing Technique, which helped him once again return to a state of good health without drugs or surgery. It was throughout his tenure at Life University that Dr. Corregano was further exposed to Zone Healing Techniques. The same chiropractor who treated him using the Zone Healing techniques became Dr. Corregano’s mentor, encouraging him as he studied the material covered at Life University, and also in the work of Concept Therapy.

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