| Dr. Cintron with Bill Belichick,
New England Patriots head coach
|Dr. Cintron checking one of our younger patients|
About Dr. Nathan Cintron
Dr. Cintron always makes time for his family and his patients. When he’s not helping his patients… he can be found with his beautiful wife, Melanie (a Physician Assistant at Albany Med), reading up on humankind, or catching a workout at CrossFit or ABC Fitness. He truly has a passion for seeing others regaining and protecting their health. He is a certified health nut, an expert resource for all things spinal & muscular and strives towards being the best advocate for his patients.
He is originally from and currently resides in Schodack. Now, after being in clinical practice since 2004, he has already successfully helped thousands of patients in the Greater Boston area, Connecticut and back here in the Capital Region. He now looks forward to helping you get out of pain and regaining your most valuable asset, your health.
- Bachelor of Science – Health Sciences/Biology, State University of New York-College at Cortland, 1998
- Masters of Science – Human Nutrition, University of Bridgeport – Nutrition Institute, 2004
- Doctorate of Chiropractic – Chiropractic Physician, University of Bridgeport – College of Chiropractic, 2004.
At Protective Chiropractic, we focus on the fundamental principle that BETTER structure of the spine can lead to BETTER function of the body. When your body structure isn’t a normal position, conditions and symptoms eventually appear. Many of the problems we see are typically the result of your body deviating or shifting from its normal alignment. In the majority of cases we see, symptoms are usually SECONDARY to the underlying structural cause.
Many times these secondary problems are being “patched up” with traditional therapies like anti-inflammatories, physical therapy, traditional chiropractic manipulation and other healthcare choices. However, by NOT improving and stabilizing the structure of your spine, most of these “fixes” are temporary short-term patches. Finding and addressing the cause of your structural problem is not an option; it MUST be done to achieve long lasting results. How do I get started?