NEW CITY, N.Y. – 2016 marks the 30th Anniversary for Dr. Mike Cocilovo and his New City Chiropractic Center office, and 30 years later, his commitment and dedication to his patients’ wellness has remained steadfast. It is a milestone that will be celebrated with a yearlong schedule of healthy activities and fun events.
The focus of Cocilovo’s office has always been on wellness and resolving pain naturally. He, his partner Dr. Gil Rodriguez and his staff believe in educating patients so they can take an active role in improving their overall health care.
“To say I am grateful to the people who have helped me reach this momentous anniversary, it putting it mildly,” said Cocilovo. “In 1986 I had no idea that 30 years later I would be celebrating with some of the same individuals who I treated back then as well as their children and even grandchildren. We intend to show our gratitude over the next 12 months and look forward to the next 30 years in Rockland.”
New City Chiropractic Center will host quarterly Happy Hours in their office with the first one taking place Friday, Jan. 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. They will also host healthy workshops throughout the year, kicking it off with nutrition on Thursday, Feb. 4 in their office from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Cocilovo will present a workshop at Pearl River High School through their Continuing Education Department titled “Back School,” providing tips for lifting and bending at home and at work. The program, ideal for anyone who has suffered back pain in the past, is two sessions, Tuesday, Feb. 23 and Tuesday, March 1. Click here for more information .
New City Chiropractic Center will also host a stress relief workshop in their office on Thursday, March 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. and provide tips on reducing stress through proper posture and breathing, exercise and nutrition.
More information on all events and activities can be found on the New City Chiropractic Center website here . The yearlong 30th Anniversary celebration will culminate with a dinner for patients and friends at the end of the year.
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