About Garmone Chiropractic
Dr. Garmone has been in practice for over 22 years. His mission is continued education and better the office with new innovative techniques and equipment. He has over 600 hours of continued education. This includes a diplomate and board certification electrodiagnostic medicine and a diplomate and board certification in chiropractic neurology.
Garmone Chiropractic was the first office to offer spinal decompression in 2006 in Western New York. We are now the first Chiropractic office to offer pressure wave/shockwave therapy in Western New York. We have pride in minimal waiting time for your visits. A friendly and courteous front office staff and always trying our best to provide the best treatment for you, even if it includes referral to a different specialist.
Dr. Anthony Garmone
Expert in Chiropractic Treatment
My first chiropractic adjustment came at the age of 17 after suffering 3 diagnosed concussions and migraine headaches while playing football, hockey and a catcher in baseball. He adjusted me and I no longer suffered with headaches, it was life changing and guided me to become a chiropractor.
I went to school at Palmer College of Chiropractic, the original and largest chiropractic school in the world. It is there that I have learned many techniques and evaluation of many health conditions. Then when I graduated school and started to practice I realized you are never done learning. So in 2000, I did my first post graduation program, the certified chiropractic sports physician. Completed just in time for my daughters birth.
Then is 2003 I started to really find a passion for neurology. In 2003, I completed post graduate studies in electrodiagnosis doing NCV and EMG testing and become board certified in 2005 (DIBE). In 2013 I started a 2 year postgraduate program in neurology and become a Diplomate/boarded in 2016 (DIBCN) and a fellow later that year (FIACN). In 2018 The American Chiropractic Association started a board for Electrodiagnosis that I applied and was accepted into (DABCE). I have more than 750 hours of Continuing education and feel you never stop learning or bettering yourself. I always try my best to help my patients and try to refer out if they can not be helped at my office.