Dr. Christopher Kisker
Dr. Christopher Kisker received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College located in Seneca Falls, New York and received his biology degree from Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut. Throughout his academic career, Dr. Kisker excelled in his studies and graduated cum laude from NYCC. His drive for success has remained with him in his professional career as he has provided Danbury area residents unparalleled and innovative chiropractic care since 2004.
Dr. Kisker utilizes state of the art and nonaggressive chiropractic techniques, specializing in deep medical massage, gentle mobilization and stretching of the spine, deep muscle stimulation and ultrasound therapy. Such techniques restore the proper motion of the spine and ensure optimum health and recovery. Treatment plans will include, but are not limited to an in depth physical examination, diagnostic imaging, a working diagnosis and possible referrals to other healthcare professionals.
As he closes in on 15 years of chiropractic practice, Dr. Kisker has established professional relationships with other local medical professionals in which he often participates in the co-managing of patients. Such medical professionals include primary care physicians, pain management specialists, neurosurgical specialists and massage therapists.
Allowing each patient’s individual needs to drive his customized treatment, Dr. Kisker’s goal remains the same – to restore the body’s innate ability to heal itself. Focused on providing patients with the highest quality of hands-on care along with cutting edge chiropractic theories, Dr. Kisker’s priority is helping his patients live a pain-free and healthy life.
Christina Muggeo, P.T., DPT, Cert-DN
Christina Muggeo, P.T., DPT, Cert-DN graduated from Sacred Heart University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Exercise Science. She has worked as a physical therapist in Danbury, Stamford and New Canaan, CT. She is one of very few therapists to be certified in dry needling, an innovative procedure similar to acupuncture, that adds electrical stimulation to provide more effective therapy. Christina, a former Division I soccer player, specializes in sports injuries, and performs various treatments including cupping; IASTM, a soft tissue massage that helps break up scar tissue; and spinal manipulation to treat low back pain.