Maybe you have a daily stretching routine. Or maybe you take a fitness class where the instructor has you warm up or cool down by rolling your neck.

It may (or may not) feel good while you are doing it. However, I recommend you don’t roll your neck. Keep reading to learn why. Continue Reading »

We all want to live in a clean home. The most important places to keep clean are your kitchen and bathroom. This will help you avoid exposure to pathogenic viruses, bacteria, and parasites. However, even if you’re super clean or fortunate enough to have a cleaning person, this item could probably use a little more attention. Can you guess what it is? You use it every day and most likely more than once a day. Continue Reading »

I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been selected to present at a free health fair this Sunday, May 17th 2015 in NYC. I will be offering free consultations on how I assess and treat people for a variety of conditions. This will include general health concerns, in addition to specific physical and metabolic conditions. Feel free to drop in and meet me, or tell a friend. There will also be practitioners of other disciplines you can consult with. Click the image below for details on the event.


Dr. Rob D’Aquila – NYC Chiropractor – Diplomate and Board-certified Teacher of the International College of Applied Kinesiology

You might have some digestive symptoms, or maybe a bit of brain fog and fatigue. Jumping on the gluten-free bandwagon seemed like the panacea for reversing all health issues, so why not give it a try you thought. You’re four weeks into it, and other than not enjoying the foods you’re eating, nothing is different! What could have went wrong? Continue Reading »

According to Chinese Medicine, spring is related to the wood element, which corresponds to the liver and gallbladder. Considering the liver and gallbladder are major detox organs; springtime is ideal for cleansing. Since you probably don’t want to embark on a 3-4 week regimen, here are several tips to help spring clean your body (and mind). Continue Reading »

The human body has four levels of health: spiritual, mental, emotional and physical. Most of my articles delve into the physical only. With the New Year upon us and 2014 coming to a close, I thought it best to talk a little about the other three levels. This article is simply a list of twenty-five questions to reflect upon. I also chose inspiring quotes to go with the questions. Continue Reading »

The holidays are upon us, and chances are some of you will choose to indulge this season. Keeping that in mind, I thought I’d offer a few tips to help you stay as healthy as possible while doing so. The usual indiscretions are alcohol, sugar and overeating. I’ve come up with some great strategies to help you handle these better so you can enjoy the holidays even more. Continue Reading »