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About Garmone Chiropractic

I have been in practice for over 22 years, which I continue to educate myself and better the office with new innovative techniques and equipment.  I have over 600 hours of continuing education including a diplomate and board certification electrodiagnostic medicine and a diplomate and board certification in chiropractic neurology.  I was the first  office to  offer spinal decompression in 2006 in Western New York and 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

I had my first chiropractic adjustment 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 sport physician and finished just in time for my daughters birth.

Than 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 post graduate 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 Electrodaingosis 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.