Dr. Grace Cherubino is a chiropractic physician who treats patients first and conditions second.
Dr. Grace is ever aware of the relationship between mind and body in health and healing. She consistently helps her patients uncover the root cause of their illnesses and finds workable strategies to address each patient’s needs. This is achieved through both treatment at Cherubino Health Center and education that includes at home rehabilitative activities and practical coping strategies.
Dr. Grace is highly skilled in her areas of expertise. She employs thoughtful, research-driven healthcare with clear goals and consistent results.
Dr. Grace’s Most Commonly Seen Conditions:
- Spinal stenosis
- Disc derangements (including disc herniations, protrusions, extrusions, etc.)
- Degenerative joint disease/osteoarthritis
- Peripheral nerve entrapments
- Manifestations of Osteopenia
- Central pain hypersensitivity disorder
- Inflammatory arthritis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Back Pain
- Leg Pain
- Neck, shoulder and Arm Pain
- Joint Pain, Swelling, Stiffness
- Spinal Dysfunction, Dysaffentation, Subluxation
Dr. Grace’s Techniques:
- Flexion Distraction Technique
- McKenzie Method – of mechanical diagnosis and treatment
- Thompson (i.e. “drop-table”)
- Palmer Package, low-force/non-force techniques
- PET (Pulse Energy Technique) Level 1 Certified
- Cold Laser/LLLT
- Electrical Modalities
- Thermal Therapies
- Therapeutic Exercise
- Resistance Based Therapies (bands, kettle bells, etc.)
Dr. Grace’s Additional Training/Accolades:
- CME – Certified Medical Examiner for the U.S Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration – completed September 2019
- PSP – Primary Spine Practitioner, earned during her chiropractic externship with Dr. Donald Murphy at Care New England Medical Group’s Rhode Island Spine Center– completed March 2017
- National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Licensing Exams – Parts I, II, III, IV and Physiotherapy – completed 11/2016.
- McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy– Part A lumbar spine, 26 hours. Part B for the Cervical and Thoracic Spine, 26 hours.
Part A: 10/2016 Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Part B: 12/2016 National University of Health Sciences Continuing Education. Instructed by Steven Hefner, DC, Dip.MDT, and Jonathan R. Soltys, DC, MS, Cert.MDT Executive Director, Chiropractic Branch – McKenzie Institute International.
- Florida Chiropractic Association convention – 20 hours : HIV/AIDs, Women’s health panel, World Federation of Chiropractic perspectives 10/2017
- Advanced Clinical Nutrition – Palmer College of Chiropractic – completed March 2016
Treatment techniques are used as needed to best fit each patient’s individual needs and preferences.
Dr. Grace Cherubino’s protocols vary greatly depending on her patient’s conditions, co-morbidities, and health status.
Treatment plans also vary depending on a patients prognoses, their goals and desired outcomes.
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