275 Madison E 40th St.

Contact: 212-986-3888

275 Madison E 40th St.

Contact: 212-986-3888

Bio_Hall

Dr. Nicholas Hall comes from a strong athletic background, having played Division I Lacrosse in college and has vast experience working with both recreational “weekend warriors” and professional athletes/dancers alike. Dr. Hall is a certified fitness instructor through ISSA and is sensitive to the needs and special considerations of both casual athletes and those who depend on their bodies to make a living.

When not seeing patients, Dr. Hall often lectures on different aspects of health and wellness, placing a strong emphasis on spinal health, biomechanics, and nutritional hygiene. In the past four years he has also been specializing in treating patients with autoimmune disorders, immunodeficiency syndromes, and digestive problems—all of whom have responded extremely well to his unique and comprehensive approach to health. Through the application of specific chiropractic care and the simple principles of Natural Law and Natural Healing, he has helped hundreds of patients regain their normal, healthy state. From his knowledge of chiropractic, personal training, the culinary arts, and natural hygiene, Dr. Hall takes great pleasure in empowering people to take control of their own health.

Dr. Hall has been practicing chiropractic since 2001. An athlete with a scientific education from Villanova University, and a deep philosophical passion instilled at Life University, Dr. Hall has utilizes a powerful and effective chiropractic methodology, which combines traditional Gonstead chiropractic analysis with modern physical medicine rehabilitative techniques.

Dr. Hall, as a contributing member of Spine and Sports Medicine team, integrates the chiropractic treatment with physical therapy, massage, and physical medicine—as they addresses all components of spinal health, strength, flexibility, optimal neurological function, and relaxation.

Dr. Hall is also deeply passionate about the role optimal nutrition plays in health and healing. He has lectured extensively throughout New York City on the role of nutrition in health and wellness, and he incorporates much of this knowledge into his daily interactions with patients.