Paul M. Lewandowski, DC, DACBSP
Paul M. Lewandowski, DC, DACBSP is a 1984 graduate of New York Chiropractic College with a Diplomate in Sports Injuries. He travels with the USA Water Polo National and Olympic Team as the Chiropractic Physician whenever he is needed. He has been with the team to China, Europe and Canada. He is a former collegiate swimmer and water polo player. He is also a former ranked marathon swimmer completing nine 28.5 mile swims around Manhattan. I have treated and competed on an international elite level and fully understand the psychology associated with treating athletes. He is continues with a coaching status of swimming and water polo at the New York Athletic Club NY, NY. He has been an adjunct professor of anatomy and physiology at Bloomfield College since 1992. He has lectured on a post doctorate level on the diagnosis and treatment of swimming and water polo injuries. He is a past president of the board of directors for the Lakeland Hills YMCA. He is active in community affairs and volunteers his expertise to many local sports teams. He was named a NJTopDoc and was named a Distinguished Doctor by the Expert Network. There is something new he learns or adds to the practice each year. He maintains multiple certifications in a variety of treatment protocols. He has mentored over a dozen prospective Chiropractic Physicians throughout his career. He lives locally with his wife, family and dogs and collectively they have raised six children.
Brett Hodshon, D.C.
Brett Hodshon, D.C. is a 2017 graduate of New York Chiropractic College who currently lives in his hometown of Rockaway Township, NJ. Growing up Dr. Brett was an avid lacrosse and ice hockey player which continued through high school at Morris knolls. Dr. Brett credits his interest in chiropractic to an injury sustained during his high school hockey career which was successfully treated by Dr. Paul Lewandowski through chiropractic care. Through his course of care Dr. Brett was able to return to the ice, and with a regiment of stretches and at home exercises, was able to continue play hockey at Rutgers without any further Injuries. After obtaining a bachelor’s of science he met with Dr. Lewandowski to see if Chiropractic was right for him. Seeing the way Dr. Lewandowski treated his patients, and his ability to help them find pain relief, Left an impact on Dr. Brett and he soon received a letter of recommendation to pursue his doctorate at New York Chiropractic College. While at New York Chiropractic College he became certified in activator methods, connectX manual therapy, Rock Tape kinesio taping, and received an advanced certificate in sports and human performance. Dr. Brett is an evidence based practitioner who addresses the patients issues and focuses on proper body mechanics to help patients get out of pain and stay out of pain. When not in the office, you can find Dr. Brett on the golf course, at the dog park with Mia his Golden Retriever, or at the lake fishing.