Dr. Stuart Weitzman was born and raised in Westchester County. He started playing sports as a child and received varsity letters in Soccer and Lacrosse in high school. Then he played college lacrosse at SUNY Geneseo. After chiropractic school, he continued to play soccer in various leagues to stay active and compete. Dr. Stu now focuses his energy on Running and Triathlons. He is a multiple time marathon finisher and an IRONMAN® to test what our bodies are capable of.
It was in high school that Dr. Weitzman was introduced to Chiropractic after his lower back was affecting his ability to play lacrosse. It was only after only two weeks of Chiropractic care that he was to play as well as he ever had and felt great! He kept getting adjusted throughout the season and noticed that his health had improved. His asthma and allergies were nearly gone.
He then attended Life University in Marietta, GA to get his Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition. Dr. Weitzman decided to move back to Westchester to serve the community. He initially worked in a multi-discipline office in NYC and worked alongside Orthopedists, Neurologists, Physiatrists, Surgeons, Physical Therapists and Acupuncturists. Dr. Weitzman then started his own private practice in Bedford Hills, NY in 2000 and Stamford, CT in 2013.
Dr. Weitzman believes you can never stop learning. He has done a lot of post-graduate work to receive certifications, diplomate and degrees in Chiropractic Neurology, Pediatrics/Peri-Natal Care, National Academy of Sports Medicine, Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, Kinesio Taping, Functional Movement Screens, Selective Functional Movement Analysis and from the Titliest Performance Institute. He is constantly taking seminars to learn more about the latest information and to better serve his patients.
Dr Stuart Weitzman is married with 3 healthy and active boys that keep life exciting. He lives locally and is involved in the community.
Bedford Hills Family Chiropractic, PC and Form Function & Family, LLC is a place where people can come for health and wellness. His practice consists of families and is a comfortable environment for you to achieve whatever your health and wellness goals may be.
“Express Life to the Fullest Through Chiropractic!”
Dr. Rey Gayo was born and raised in New Jersey, where he played multiple recreational sports which led to a lifelong passion for and commitment to fitness. By the early age of 13, he had already incorporated calisthenics into his daily routine, and he entered his first bodybuilding competition in his early twenties. He has continued living an active and healthy lifestyle to this day.
Dr. Rey’s career path has been directed by his interest in health and wellness. As a fitness trainer for over ten years, he acquired numerous certifications and training, including the National Academy of Sports Medicine, USA Weightlifting, and CrossFit.
Dr. Rey’s desire to help people achieve peak performance was supplemented by his goal of providing relief for the aches and pains associated with rigorous physical training. His next step in attaining this goal was to become a massage therapist. This part of his education both gave him a solid foundation in human anatomy and physiology and more importantly, introduced him to Chiropractic and Active Release Technique.
After many years as a fitness trainer and massage therapist, Dr. Rey next obtained his B.S. degree in biology from Kean University, and ultimately a Doctorate of Chiropractic from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. During his graduate education, Dr. Rey gained invaluable experience treating Division 2 NCAA athletes and patients from the surrounding communities at the UBCC outpatient clinic. Furthermore, he achieved full body certifications in Active Release Technique and TPI Level 1, as well as Webster Technique for pregnant women, well before graduation. After graduation, he attained certifications in Graston and Biomechanics.
Today, Dr. Rey lives in Fairfield, Connecticut with his beautiful and supportive wife and son. When he is not spending quality time with his family, he enjoys golf, yoga, and running. He is constantly striving to expand upon his certifications in chiropractic subspecialties to enable him to provide the absolute best care for his patients.
An Interview with Dr. Stu on the CPR Dave Show
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