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New York Chiropractor | Dr. Karen Erickson

Dr. Karen Erickson, New York Chiropractor

Dr. Karen Erickson, New York Chiropractor

Dr. Erickson is a devoted chiropractor, integrative healthcare leader, transformational speaker and author. Dr. Erickson was a pioneer in ushering chiropractic into mainstream medicine: becoming the first chiropractor credentialed by a teaching hospital in the United States when she joined Beth Israel’s Continuum Center for Health and Healing in New York. She co-directed the first conference on Chiropractic Integration. Her passion is sharing health and wellness information through print, television, workshops, and speaks on natural health care topics throughout the country. She now sees adults, children and infants in her beautiful office on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

In The Media

As a media-savvy natural healthcare expert, Karen Erickson, DC, FACC, has made many television and radio appearances, and has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Prevention, and The Wall Street Journal. She is a spokesperson for the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Erickson is the author of textbook chapters on Chiropractic and Integrative Health Care and Pediatric Chiropractic.

Professional Affiliations

Dr. Erickson sits on the Board of Trustees of New York Chiropractic College and is a fellow of the American College of Chiropractic. She is active in improving chiropractic and natural healthcare education within the profession, to her patients, as well as the general public.

Our Practice

In her thriving private practice in New York City, Dr. Erickson sees patients of all ages for wellness care as well as a wide range of conditions. She integrates chiropractic, cranial sacral therapy, soft tissue work, essential oils, homeopathy, nutrition and supplements, exercise, and mind-body techniques to restore and support health and vitality.

What to learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care?  Call Erickson Healing Arts today!