Meet the Doctor
Dr. Alex M. Eingorn
Education and Credentials
- Received Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) Degree in 1986 from New York Chiropractic College.
- In Private practice since 1987.
- Developed a multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare in one of the first integrative healthcare facilities in New York City.
- Certified in Manipulation under anaesthesia by National College of Chiropractic / Cornerstone Professional Education Seminars, Inc, NC.
- Board certified in Scoliosis recognition, classification, treatment, and prevention by International Scoliosis Research Center / Parker College of Chiropractic, Texas.
- Certified in the AMA Guides to Impairment Rating by Parker College of Chiropractic, Texas.
- Certified "Backsafe" Industrial Injury Prevention Consultant for Assessment of Workplace Ergonomics and Remedial Measures by Future Industrial Technologies, Inc., California.
- Studied Low Back Pain and Sciatica at Harvard Medical School / Department of Continuing Education.
- Studied Current Trends in Diagnosis and Treatment of Upper Extremity at NYU Medical School / Department of Continuing Education.
- Disability Analyst and Fellow, American Board of Disability Analysts, Nashville, TN.
Memberships and Affiliations:
- American Chiropractic Association
- American Council of Chiropractic Radiology
- American Academy of Pain Management
- American Association of Spine Physicians
- American Academy of Disability Analysts
- International Association of Counselors and Therapists
Selected Research, Publications and Professional Projects:
- New York University Medical Center , New York (1994) - Participated in a Multi-disciplinary Forum - " Low Back Pain - Multi-disciplinary Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment"
- Better Health Chiropractic, PC, New York (1994-Present) - Short and long term effects of SMT on ANS using Power Spectral Analysis of Heart Rate Variability
- New York Chiropractic College , New York (1996 - Present) - Research Associate
- Rationale for Assessing the Effects of Manipulative Therapy on Autonomic Tone by Analysis of Heart Rate Variability. Eingorn, A, Muhs, G. JMPT 1999;22 (3):161-165.
- Time Life Medical, New York (1995) - Member of Editorial Review Panel on "Low Back Pain". Was Interviewed and Videotaped.
- Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York (1996-1998) - Complimentary Care Center - Volunteer.
- Fluent in Russian and Hebrew
- Practicing Martial Arts since 1973: Karate, Kung - Fu, Jiu - Jitsu, Wu - Chu, Chi - Gung