Drs Garrett And Amy Lewellen Announce The Addition Of A New Chiropractor, Dr Rob Ligouri, To The Practice

Portland, Maine (PressExposure) March 31, 2011 -- Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation in Portland, Maine, is pleased to announce the addition of a new doctor into the practice, Rob Liguori, DC and MSACN.

"Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation is fortunate to have someone of Dr. Liguori's caliber join the practice,"said Garrett Lewellen, owner of Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation. "Along with some fresh ideas from his externship on Long Island, New York, he brings an added soft tissue treatment style and nutritional expertise."

Robert Ligouri, DC and MSACN, is certified in the Active Release Technique (ART) and Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation, Provocation and Motion (FAKTR-PM). He offers instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) and nutritional counseling. He has gone to a variety of seminars and ongoing education hosted by the Motion Palpation Institute.

Liguori has also a Master's Degree in Clinical Nutrition, allowing him to give nutritional counseling for any variety of conditions. He offers nutritional services for irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's Disease, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, type II diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, degenerative joint disease, osteopenia, obesity/overweight, and chronic fatigue, among others..

"I am excited about being a chiropractor within the Portland, Maine area." said Liguori. "I have always loved living here and I can't wait to give back to my local community and provide a high quality of care to anyone who walks into the office."

Liguori is no stranger to Maine. He was raised in Auburn and moved to Portland where he attended the University of Southern Maine, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor's of Science in Biology. He enlisted as a member of the Maine Army National Guard, where he served as a medic for nine years.

He attended New York Chiropractic College and during his time there, he worked a year as an intern at a clinic outside New York City. He volunteered his services there at area track events that included the 2010 New Balance Games.

Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation is owned and operated by Amy and Garrett Lewellen. The practice has been offering many chiropractic services to patients in the Portland, Maine area since January 2004. The practice offers ART, chiropractic, rehabilitation and now nutritional counseling as well as IASTM .

Using IASTM, the practice offers services for plantar fasciitis, shin splints, IT band syndrome, tennis elbow, low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tension headaches, patellofemoral disorders, tendonitis and tendonosis, and muscle tears.

Garrett Lewellen, DC, is a licensed chiropractor in Maine and is certified in ART. He also has an undergraduate degree in psychology. He's used his skills to work with employees at Pepsi bottling in Auburn in order to avoid and minimize job injuries, and also the U.S. Women's Hockey team to improve performance. He also provided services to endurance athletes at the Ironman Triathlon in Lake Placid, in addition to a wide array of local road races.

Amy Lewellen, DC, is also a licensed chiropractor in Maine. She utilizes various low-impact types of chiropractic, as well as neuromuscular reeducation. Before joining her husband at Cornerstone Chiropractic, she managed her own practice at a fitness facility.

Cornerstone Chiropractic & Rehabilitation is found at 49 Dartmouth St., Suite 101 in Portland, Maine. Visitors can register to receive the site's free chiropractic newsletter.

The practice can be contacted by phone at 207-828-8777. For more information, browse the website at http://chiromaine.com.

About Cornerstone Chiropractic and Rehabilitation

Cornerstone Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
Portland, Maine
http://chiromaine.com

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Press Release Submitted On: March 31, 2011 at 8:23 am
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