Brian Yodice, DC, is passionate about helping athletes with injuries return to their peak performance. At his practice, Collaborative Chiropractic in White Plains, New York, he takes a compassionate and understanding approach to care.
Dr. Yodice’s experience with chiropractic started at a young age when he watched his father suffer from a back injury. Incapacitated and unable to stand, his father was carried out of the house and taken to the hospital. After medical treatment provided little help, the benefits of chiropractic allowed his father to stand, walk, and return to work. When Dr. Yodice was injured playing lacrosse, he used chiropractic to heal his own injury and returned to playing lacrosse, soccer, and diving, all with an improved level of health and performance.
Dr. Yodice’s passion for athletics started with gymnastics and soccer at the age of 5, continued through high school with lacrosse, and into college as a Division I national regional qualifying diver at Villanova University. Now, Dr. Yodice helps his clients, who include young athletes, high school and college amateurs, professionals, weekend warriors, and fitness enthusiasts heal from their injuries, return to athletic function, and a competitive level of performance through chiropractic.
In practice and coaching since 1999, Dr. Yodice draws from his sports-specific training and experience as a chiropractor, U.S. diving coach, Empire State Games head coach, and Stony Brook University Division I diving coach a practical knowledge he applies to the care he provides. No single approach is the right one for every athlete therefore, Dr. Yodice has been trained in a range of modalities including:
- Chiropractic Adjusting
- Active Release Technique® (ART®)
- Myofascial Release
- Passive and Active Therapies
- Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation
- Sports Specific Training
Dr. Yodice’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science Comprehensive from Villanova University, a Doctor of Chiropractic and C.C.S.P. (Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician) from New York Chiropractic College, and certification in Active Release Technique® (ART®).
Outside of the office, you may catch Dr. Yodice with one of his furry friends at a local coffee shop, a car show, or swimming, biking, and running around Westchester, training for his next triathlon or cycling event.
Thought you were done? Not on my watch!
When athletes experience traumatic injury, it's not uncommon that it brings their active competitive lifestyle to a screeching halt. They often feel frustrated and worried that they won't be able to play again. Maybe they'll lose a scholarship, professional financial gains, or not meet the goals they have spent weeks, months or even years trying to accomplish. The greatest passion for Dr. Brian Yodice is bringing athletes suffering the consequences of their injuries back to the performance they are accustomed. He brings compassion and understanding to the care he provides because he has experienced his own sports injury.
Surrya’s unique background in massage and physical therapy, sports rehabilitation and
naturopathic philosophies have benefited a diverse clientele in the Fairfield/Westchester area. From high-profile professional athletes to individuals recovering from performance injuries, as well as a wide range of long term private wellness clients, her customized approach, comprehensive knowledge and intuitive skill combine to create a profoundly transformative and therapeutic massage experience.
Operating both independently and currently serving as exclusive massage therapist for Collaborative Chiropractic in White Plains, NY, Surrya attends to clients with a variety of needs and at all stages of recovery, focusing on individual health issues, chronic conditions, ergonomic ailments, and overall wellbeing. Her proficiencies include Swedish massage, deep tissue, sports, and trigger point therapies, among others.
As a prior equestrian athlete ranked 6th nationally, Surrya draws from a well of deep experience in issues of physical training and conditioning, performance management and trauma recovery, while concentrating on bringing a uniquely individualized, health-focused perspective to each client. Born and raised in Bronxville, NY, Surrya holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Iona College, and is a graduate of the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. She is nationally certified and licensed in New York and Connecticut.