Dr. Maria Crincoli

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"Take care of your body and your body will take care of you"

A body not at ease brings disharmony to body, mind and spirit.

Dr. Crincoli received her Bachelor of Science degree in RDT, (Radiology Diagnostic Technology) with a Minor in Biology and History at CW Post University, Long Island, NY. She attained two years of hospital training at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Long Island NY and Nassau County Medical Center in East Meadow, Long Island, NY.

Dr.Crincoli attended New York Chiropractic College in Brookville, NY. (1982 -1985)

She has been in private practice for 28 yrs and was the first female chiropractor to be on staff at the Meadowland Hospital in Secaucus NJ.

Dr. Crincoli lectures at many schools and private organizations on The Five Facets of Health: 1. Excercise 2. Nutrition 3. Proper Rest 4. Positive Mental Attitude 5. Healthy Nerve Supply

Dr. Crincoli's In office workshops consist of:

  • Lectures on the value of chiropractic care on total body health and Increasing energy through eating for healing, and Qigong movements
  • She gives classes on Energy movements for Women's Health - With a focus on Breast Health Using Wu Ming Qigong. (This is for women only.) and she also teaches Wu Ming Qigong Energy Movements for both men and women.

She gives Medical Qigong treatment under Doctor and Qigong Grand Master Nan Lu's tutelage.

Chiropractic care and TCM principles have been an endless passion and a major part of her journey.

Her belief system is based on the chiropractic principle of founder D.D. Palmer:

"Healing is from above down, inside out vs. outside in, below up."

Dr. Crincoli's personal belief is that the body’s communication can be compromised when there is a nerve (pinched nerve) or a meridian blockage manifesting into dis-ease. She says that a body not at ease brings disharmony to body, mind and spirit.


Dr. Dominique Bariso01 DC PB engagement 57 e1458349773307

Dr. Dominique Bariso is both a chiropractor and an acupuncturist. She is a firm believer in integrating eastern and western medicine to best serve her patients.

She attended New York University and received a Bachelor of Arts while on a pre-medicine track. Afterwards she spent time researching at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. It was during this time that she was inspired to work in a team-oriented integrative healthcare setting. She chose to pursue her degrees in conservative, complementary and alternative medicine fields: chiropractic and acupuncture. She attended and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and University of Bridgeport Acupuncture Institute.

While at the University of Bridgeport she completed various chiropractic and acupuncture clinical rotations. While on campus, Dr. Bariso was a dual chiropractic and acupuncture member of the Integrative Clinic at the UB Clinics. Along with other members and doctors from the naturopathic, acupuncture, chiropractic, and dental hygiene programs, she worked with her integrative team to provide thorough examinations and patient care. While off campus, she had the opportunity to work with and provide chiropractic care to military veterans and active duty soldiers at the West Haven Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. She also worked with the Optimus Healthcare System to provide chiropractic care to underserved populations in the greater Bridgeport, Connecticut area. During her last semester, she was awarded a merit based academic grant to study acupuncture in China. She traveled to Shenyang, China where she worked at a hospital affiliated with the Liaoning University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.