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Training and Education
Doctor of Chiropractic, Northeast College of Health Sciences, Seneca Falls, NY
Bachelor of Science, East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg, PA
Associate of Science, County College of Morris, Randolph, NJ
Licensed Chiropractic Physician
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Functional Movement Taping
Nicholas Angione, DC is a member of Summit Health's Chiropractic Medicine team. Dr. Angione treats patients with musculoskeletal conditions ranging from ankle sprains to cervicogenic headaches, which are headaches brought on by neck problems such as injury or poor ergonomics.
Dr. Angione has expertise treating herniated discs; strains and sprains; non-specific low back pain; pain affecting the neck, shoulder, hip, elbow, wrist, knee, and ankle; and radicular pain, which is pain that radiates from an inflamed or compressed nerve root. In addition, he is skilled in myofascial release, flexion and distraction, and rehabilitative exercise. He has a particular interest in sports-related injuries and acute radiculopathies.
Dr. Angione focuses on identifying the root cause of a patient’s issues, which helps him better target treatment. He also educates his patients to support their own improvement by taking an active role at home through stretching, exercise, alternative movements, and improved ergonomics.
While completing his degree in exercise physiology, Dr. Angione developed a zeal for exercise, health, and fitness, which ultimately led him to his career. Sharing his passion through chiropractic medicine is what he enjoys most. “I love helping people improve their lives by reducing their discomfort and showing them ways to help themselves have less pain,” he says.
Dr. Angione is a motorcycle enthusiast, dog lover, and avid weightlifter, and he’s passionate about Alzheimer’s disease research. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family.