Monica Salce has always been an incredibly nurturing person. It was very fitting of her personality to pursue a degree in Nursing at New York City College of Technology. Monica is enthusiastic about patient care and alleviating the stress that comes from doctor's visits. She began her career early-on in healthcare management. She is a scheduling extraordinaire and prides herself in having developed the system that keeps patient wait time under five minutes.
Monica's kind nature and attention-to-detail make her an asset for both the team and patients. She believes putting a patient at ease is critical in managing their pain and getting them on the road to recovery. When she's not being the Office Superhero, she has a love of music and dance.
Dr. Peter Roth hails from a family of Chiropractors. He has been receiving adjustments for over 40 years and giving them for just as long! Dr. Roth graduated from NY Chiropractic College and continues educating himself on innovative therapies being found in healthcare today. His recent course delved into Chronic Disease Management & its impact on systemic inflammation. He doesn't just try to save lives in the office but, out as well.
Dr. Roth has been an active Fireman since 1985. His passion for healthcare and helping others has enriched his philosophy on patient care. He believes minor lifestyle changes like diet & proper ergonomics can improve your overall well-being. As a father of 3, he spends (what's left of) his free time between ballet recitals with his daughter or baseball games with his son.
Olayinka Akisanya, better known as Yinka, has always displayed a great level of excellence in academics and it was no surprise to his family that he continued his education. Olayinka received his doctorate in physiotherapy at New York University. He is certified in orthopedics, PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation), BET (Back Education Training), advanced treatment of the spine and extremities. This knowledge combined with real experience with patients has enabled him to educate and teach patients about injury and disease prevention.
His philosophy is to utilize ways to accelerate recuperation/recovery and maximize treatment intervention allowing patients to achieve their goals. He uses manual therapy and somatic dysfunction to properly diagnose patients and provide effective, qualitative treatment. Olayinka recently completed his MBA with Georgetown University and continues to be captivated by learning. When not striving to keep his patients happy and healthy, he enjoys doing community service work and staying active.