Chiropractic Care & Physical Therapy Together to Keep You Pain-Free


Chiropractic and Physical Therapy

At Beeston Hill Health and Wellness we offer a wide array of services including both Chiropractic care and Physical therapy to treat the whole body, from head to toe.

Dr. Anthony received his DC in 1997 from the New York Chiropractic College and brings 20+ years of experience with adjusting and manual therapy, X-ray taking and analysis and non-surgical treatment protocols to help even the most difficult of cases. Dr. Anthony’s specialties include providing comprehensive chiropractic and wellness care, rehabilitative exercise, progressive postural correction therapy and treatment for patients suffering from neuromusculoskeletal and joint problems including arthritic pain, back, shoulder and neck pain, joint pain, muscular aches and sports injuries.

Paul Evora, Director of Physical Therapy, specializes in hand, wrist, shoulder, neck and knee pain, and is certified in the McKenzie Method of assessment and treatment of pain of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar origins. Our Rehabilitation staff of Certified Athletic Trainers and Exercise Physiologists guides patients through a variety of therapeutic exercises to strengthen and maintain long-lasting results.

Beeston Hill Health also offers Spinal Decompression with the revolutionary DRX 9000 to painlessly decompress spinal discs to relieve pain caused by herniation, degeneration and other conditions, and Class IV Laser Therapy to reduce inflammation, muscle spasm, stiffness and pain.


Spinal Manipulative Therapy/ Chiropractic Assessments and Adjustments:

Manual manipulation of the joints of the spine to increase joint mobility, reduce adhesions, improve function and decrease pain. Our Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine uses manipulation of the spine and other joints in conjunction with physical therapy modalities to treat injuries and disease, including:

  • Low back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Sprains or strains
  • Joint pain / Bursitis / Tendonitis
  • Sciatica
  • Arm and leg pain
  • Shoulder and knee pain
  • Whiplash / Auto injury
  • Nervous tension/fatigue
Aquatic therapy:

Rehabilitation exercise performed in water to provide a non-weight bearing environment. Used for general conditioning, to increase range of motion and to strengthen muscles while eliminating gravitational pressure on joints.

Class IV Laser:

Therapeutic laser which is powerful enough to penetrate deep inside the body to reach areas for treatment that standard cold laser cannot.. Class IV laser increases the metabolism of damaged tissues which allows them to heal and is effective in the treatment of most musculoskeletal conditions.

Electrical Stimulation:

Russian and Twin-Peak High Volt interferential and premodulated electrical stimulation therapy is used for pain relief, muscle atrophy, relaxing muscle spasms, increasing local circulation and re-educating muscles.

Extremity Manipulation:

Manual (by hand) manipulation of the joints of the arms and legs to increase joint mobility, reduce adhesions, improve function and decrease pain.


Decreases inflammation/increases the temperature of tissue making it more pliable to better allow exercise to remodel the area safely and effectively. Increased heat brings nutrients & oxygen to the area aiding the healing process.

Myofascial Release:

Muscle therapy designed to eliminate trigger points (local areas of pain found within muscles).

Oxygen Saturation Monitoring:

Monitoring blood oxygen levels during cardiovascular exercise.

Physical Therapy Evaluation:

Performed by a licensed physical therapist to analyze structural imbalances via a detailed examination to better determine your ideal course of therapy.

Spinal Decompression:

Decompress spinal discs to relieve nerve pressure in the lower back with DRX9000™. DRX9000™ is a machine developed to treat disc herniation, degenerative disc disease, facet syndrome, sciatica nerve pain and spinal stenosis.

Spinal Manipulative Therapy:

Manual manipulation of the joints of the spine to increase joint mobility, reduce adhesions, improve function and decrease pain.

Therapeutic Massage:

Manual therapy to increase blood flow,  improve circulation, increase flexibility and reduce stress while decreasing muscle spasm and pain.

Therapeutic Exercise:
Cardiovascular - improves circulation and strengthens the entire cardiovascular system while increasing joint mobility.
Flexibility - increases range of motion and decreases muscle adhesions. 
Progressive resistance - improves balance,  strengthens muscles and stabilizes joints.


Traction (manual/mechanical):

The application of a longitudinal force to the axis of the spinal column. In other words, parts of the spinal column are “pulled” in opposite directions in order to stabilize or change the position of damaged aspects of the spine.


Muscle therapy to improve local circulation and decrease muscle spasm and pain.

Our Staff

Paul Evora

Director of Physical Therapy

Brandon Rausch


Dr. Anthony Gurciullo

Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine