Dr. Romina Ghadimi

Doctor of Chiropractic

I completed my undergraduate degrees at York university and graduated  with honors in 2015 with a dual degree in Psychology and Nutrition from. I went on to complete my graduate clinical training at D’Youville University and graduated in 2019 with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine and a Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Research.

I had the opportunity to manage a broad range of cases and  treated patients at  Buffalo Neurosurgery ,Hagman Chiropractic Health Center and Erie County Medical Center. During my clinical rotations, I learned how to combine successful spinal care training with an innate understanding of the body mechanics in order to educate patients how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Through the feedback I receive from my patients during my externship, I  noticed my patients enjoy my strong communication skills where I make them comfortable, 
feeling like at home.


I am inspired by my patients and am enthusiastic about empowering individuals to improve their wellbeing, whatever their age or fitness level.
My mission is to improve the quality of life by providing a personalized treatment plan for each patient to prevent pain and restore movement. 
I am very passionate and caring about my patients. I believe health is a state of complete physical, mental and emotional well being. I use different hands on treatment like adjustments, mobilization ,soft tissue therapy ,exercise and stretching techniques along with nutritional advice to keep my patients out of pain and maximize their activity of daily living.

My long-term goal is to develop an evidence-based chiropractic practice  within a research hospital setting and serve underserved patient populations.

Dr. Romina Ghadimi

Doctor of Chiropractic

I completed my undergraduate degrees at York university and graduated  with honors in 2015 with a dual degree in Psychology and Nutrition from. I went on to complete my graduate clinical training at D’Youville University and graduated in 2019 with a Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine and a Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Research.

I had the opportunity to manage a broad range of cases and  treated patients at  Buffalo Neurosurgery ,Hagman Chiropractic Health Center and Erie County Medical Center. During my clinical rotations, I learned how to combine successful spinal care training with an innate understanding of the body mechanics in order to educate patients how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Through the feedback I receive from my patients during my externship, I  noticed my patients enjoy my strong communication skills where I make them comfortable, 
feeling like at home.


I am inspired by my patients and am enthusiastic about empowering individuals to improve their wellbeing, whatever their age or fitness level.
My mission is to improve the quality of life by providing a personalized treatment plan for each patient to prevent pain and restore movement. 
I am very passionate and caring about my patients. I believe health is a state of complete physical, mental and emotional well being. I use different hands on treatment like adjustments, mobilization ,soft tissue therapy ,exercise and stretching techniques along with nutritional advice to keep my patients out of pain and maximize their activity of daily living.

My long-term goal is to develop an evidence-based chiropractic practice  within a research hospital setting and serve underserved patient populations.

Services

Chiropractic