Randy Meltzer

Dedicated practitioner of chiropractic and naturopathic medicine

About Randy Meltzer

A dedicated practitioner of chiropractic and naturopathic medicine, Dr. Randy Meltzer specializes in using natural health care to treat chronic illness in patients. Dr. Meltzer practices applied kinesiology, or muscle response testing, to examine an individual’s overall functional ability. This technique will also evaluate the level of toxins and the nutritional health within the body. Dr. Randy Meltzer also uses a specialized chiropractic treatment known as Directional Non Force Technique, which can help alleviate back pain and discomfort through a gentle form of spinal manipulation. In addition to these specializations, Dr. Meltzer possesses advanced training in homeopathy, herbal medicine and a painless, needleless acupuncture technique called Chinese Meridian Therapy.

Before going into private practice, Dr. Randy Meltzer attended the New York College of Chiropractic, where he graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic. He opened Meltzer Natural Health Care center in New York City in 1980 at the Integral Yoga Institute. Today, the Meltzer Natural Health Care center is one of the largest holistic centers in the New York City area. Dr. Meltzer continues to be a leader in his field after thirty years of practice, thanks to his continuing dedication to researching developments in the newest, advanced homeopathic treatments coming out of India and the United States. Dr. Randy Meltzer’s expertise has led him to lecture at the Whole Life Expo, the New York Center, and at the Integral Yoga Institute.

Dr. Randy Meltzer practices chiropractic and naturopathic medicine out of his office at 99 University Place, Suite 412, in Manhattan. For information on Dr. Meltzer, including how to arrange and appointment, call 212-255-6710.

Benefits of Directional Non-Force Technique by Dr. Randy Meltzer

Chiropractors around the world twist, pull, and pop their patients’ joints in order to achieve alignment and better health. While these methods have proven beneficial for a lot of people, some patients require a gentler touch or are uncomfortable with the physicality of traditional chiropractic practices.

This is where Directional Non-Force Technique (DNFT) presents its benefits. DNFT is a unique and unobtrusive chiropractic method that has been growing in popularity since it was first developed 70 years ago. DNFT sessions are safe for patients of all ages and go beyond joint health by treating muscles and ligaments. DNFT also treats a variety of conditions including headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, and pain in the back, neck, hip, knees, wrists, and elbows.

Dr. Randy Meltzer is a Chiropractor and Holistic Health Specialist operating out of 99 University Place, Suite 412 in New York City. He opened the Meltzer Natural Health Care center in 1980 and is in the process of opening a second office in Encinitas, California. For more information, contact Dr. Meltzer’s office at 212-255-6710 or visit 99 University Place, Suite 412, New York, NY 10003.

Chinese Meridian Therapy

A chiropractic and naturopathic physician, Randy Meltzer specializes in natural health care for chronic illnesses. When performing chiropractic treatments, he uses a unique approach called the Directional Non Force Technique, a gentle and effective system of spinal manipulation. Randy Meltzer is also trained in herbal medicine, homeopathy, and Chinese Meridian Therapy.

The term meridian describes the overall energy distribution system of Chinese Medicine and how body substances permeate each individual's system. A meridian is a channel for Qi (chee) energy to flow through and access other parts of the body. Each meridian exists within the body in corresponding pairs with acupuncture points along its path. Meridians differ from the circulatory system in that, unlike blood vessels, these pathways cannot be identified in a physical sense.

There are twelve main meridians linked to the major organ system, as well as extraordinary meridians that are not linked to the major organs but have very specific functions. Practitioners of Chinese medicine must be knowledgeable of these meridians to perform successful acupuncture treatments.

Dr. Randy Meltzer is located at 99 University Place, Suite 412, New York, NY 10003

212 255 6710

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