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Dr. Caldarone focuses on providing effective non-pharmaceutical evidence-based treatment for both musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. A combination of chiropractic, physical medicine, nutrition, applied clinical neuroscience and rehabilitation combined provide individualized care to assist you in regaining your health.


Treatment for Acute care patients, athletes, rehabilitative care, and care for chronic conditions is offered.


Education and Training:


Movement Disorders: Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies. January 2017. 100 post-doctoral hours in the diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. Instructed by Dr. Fredrick Carrick.

mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury) & Post-concussive Disorders: Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies. January 2015. 350 post-doctoral hours focused on the diagnosis and treatment of mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) and vestibular disorders. Instructed by Dr. Fredrick Carrick.


Neurology Internship: Cerebrum Health Centers (previously known as Carrick Brain Centers). Clinical responsibilities included attending to patients suffering from a variety of advanced neurological conditions. Implementing contemporary rehabilitative treatments within the field of clinical neuroscience to patients invited to attend in a grand round setting with Dr. Carrick. Observing multiple patient histories and examinations when not attending to patients.


Diplomate American Board of Chiropractic Neurology (ABCN) : Certified in November 2002.

Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies: Post-doctoral studies in Neurology. 1994-2017. Approximately 1000+ hours completed.


National College of Chiropractic: Doctorate in Chiropractic 1991.


 Southern Connecticut State University: Bachelor of Science in Biology, 1988


Chiropractic Techniques:


Coupled-Reduction Neurological Technique, Diversified, SOT, Thompson, Cox flexion-distraction technique, kinesiotaping. Orthotic fitting


Physical Therapy Modalities: Well-versed in most physiotherapies including cold laser.

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