I’ve been going to Azzolino Chiropractic on and off for a couple of years, mostly for sports-related issues and I can confidently say they’ve helped me enormously. When I started going I was training for a half-marathon and having some knee pain. I was doing a charity event so I stuck it out and finished my event. Since then I’ve continued to work with

Dr. A, my knee pain is gone, I’ve lost over 35 pounds and proudly completed not one but two full marathons in 2008. I could not have accomplished this without the care and support of Dr. Azzolino and his excellent team. He truly cares about the whole person, not just the sum of symptoms you present. I credit him with helping me feel the best I have in years… Highly recommend to anyone who’s living with pain or limited movement.

I highly recommend Dr. Azzolino’s office. Dr. Azzolino definitely pours his heart and soul into his work, and is incredibly knowledgeable. I went to see him due to symptoms we suffered from chemical exposure, and we went to him after looking for answers for many months. When other doctors were not able to help us, he was reassuring and provided immediate treatment as well as exercises we could do at home, and this was the turning point for us in our recovery. I only wish we had gone to him sooner and that we lived closer to his office, as a 2+ hour drive is difficult to do regularly, especially with kids. But, he and his office staff have been awesome to work with – even remotely, quickly responding to emails and phone calls.

Dr. Azzolino and his other staff are very warm and caring and down-to-earth, at the same time Dr. Azzolino is efficiently and accurately doing sophisticated analyses and treatments with cutting edge techniques to do work that almost seem miraculous!

Video Nystagmography

VNG is the most highly regarded test for evaluating dizziness, balance and visual tracking disorders involving the vestibular system (within the inner ear). The patient takes a series of computerized tests of eye and head movements while wearing infrared goggles that transmit data to a computer. By measuring specific peripheral and central mechanisms governing eye movements as well as eye and vestibular reflexes, we can then assess the functional state of various areas of the patient’s brain.

With the results of VNG testing, we’re able to formulate specific brain-based rehabilitation programs that include eye and vestibular exercises.

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