Dan Continenza, DC
Dr. Dan had his first experience with chiropractic at the age of fifteen when a soccer injury left him immobile. While nothing else seemed to be working, chiropractic adjustments had him back on the field in just a few weeks, and Dan's fate to become a chiropractor was sealed. However, by twenty-four, the year he enrolled in chiropractic school, he found himself more sick than he had ever been, suffering from chronic digestive problems, sleep loss, depression and anxiety. Despite all of his health-building efforts, something was missing. Dr. Dan discovered NSA as a chiropractic student and was immediately swept away by the science, artistry and philosophy behind it. When he began studying, practicing and receiving this cutting-edge healthcare modality, everything changed. Thanks to the work, his health began to improve dramatically, which continues to this day.
Dr. Dan graduated from Life University's chiropractic program in June of 2017. He is a certified Network Spinal Analysis practitioner. He is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and is certified in Webster Technique for pregnant mothers.
Christian Continenza, CST
Christian has always longed to help others find their passion and live happy, healthy lives. The pursuit of a career that would offer this lifestyle was ignited in her late teens after receiving bodywork for the first time. This led Christian on a quest to discover true health within herself, then, to share that gift with others. As she embarked on her journey through massage school, her passion grew as she learned more about the intricacy of the body, it's abilities to self-heal, and the amazing potential that resides within. During her time at school, she began to receive craniosacral care, which catapulted her healing process. It was immediately evident that this was to be the path she would take, and so she began her tireless study of craniosacral therapy. She is currently pursuing specialization in her field for working with pregnant women and infants. Helping women navigate the birthing process with greater ease and less fear while optimizing the health of both mom and baby is her devotion!
Christian Continenza graduated from massage therapy program at Gwinnett College in Sandy Springs, Georgia. She has studied under both the Upledger Institute for Craniosacral Therapy as well as the The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America