Rob D'Aquila, DC
Now Licensed in New Jersey.
Welcome to the official online hub of RobDAquila.com, an exclusive glimpse into the world of Dr. Rob D’Aquila, an esteemed and dedicated practitioner in the heart of vibrant New York City. As a renowned chiropractor and a trailblazer in the realm of applied kinesiology, I invite you to embark on a journey of discovery, healing, and wellness. My unyielding commitment to the art and science of applied kinesiology has led me to achieve the distinguished status of Diplomate – the pinnacle of recognition within the esteemed International College of Applied Kinesiology.
But what exactly is the intriguing realm of applied kinesiology? It’s an intricate tapestry of insight and innovation that blends the principles of chiropractic care, anatomy, and physiology with the wisdom of holistic health practices. As an applied kinesiologist, my mission is to decode the body’s intricate language and rhythms, uncovering the hidden narratives that often hold the keys to our vitality. Through a meticulous analysis of muscle responses and intuitive understanding, I am able to navigate the complex interplay between physical well-being and emotional equilibrium.
Professional Applied Kinesiology
Professional Applied Kinesiology (PAK) is a specialized and integrative approach to healthcare that combines principles from various disciplines, including chiropractic, osteopathy, neurology, nutrition, and traditional Chinese medicine. At its core, PAK utilizes muscle testing as a diagnostic tool to assess the functional status of various systems within the body and to identify imbalances or dysfunctions that may be contributing to health issues.
Chiropractic, applied kinesiology, and low back pain
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek out chiropractic care. I’ll discuss how I approach a patient with low back pain, as a chiropractor and applied...
“Dr. Rob, can I get nutrients from food instead of taking supplements?”
The answer to this question is : Yes, no, and, maybe. I often get this question from my patients. Let’s say for example I figure out a patient needs...