Dr. Andres Brito, DC
Meet Dr. Brito – an adventurous and highly skilled Board Certified Chiropractor with a passion for sports medicine and rehabilitation. Born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island, Dr. Brito earned a degree in Kinesiology Exercise Science from The University of Rhode Island before pursuing a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Northeast College of Health Sciences (formerly New York Chiropractic College), where he became a member of the prestigious Chi Omega Honor Society.
Dr. Brito’s love for adventure and noninvasive alternatives to recovery and rehabilitation led him to work alongside Team USA’s Winter Olympic team in Lake Placid as a Sports Medicine Intern in preparation for the 2018 Winter Olympics. Now, his priority as a chiropractor is to help his patients achieve full strength and prevent musculoskeletal injuries through the promotion and encouragement of preventive care.
Dr. Brito offers a range of chiropractic treatment techniques, including Flexion Distraction, Pin and Stretch, Diversified, Drop Table, Activator, Dry Needling, Trigger point release, Therapeutic kinesiology taping, and even Cupping, ensuring that his patients receive a comprehensive and personalized treatment plan.
When he’s not in the clinic, Dr. Brito loves to travel the world, play basketball, exercise, and experiment with new recipes in the kitchen. With his adventurous spirit and dedication to providing exceptional care, Dr. Brito is the perfect choice for anyone seeking effective chiropractic treatment.
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