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Dr. Mike Kantorosinski

Director of Kantorosinski Chiropractic, Inc.  Dr. Mike is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic.  He served as a Medic in the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1977 and has received numerous Honors and Awards in both military and civilian practice.  He is a member of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society, and a board member and past President of the North Shore Chiropractic Society.  Also a member of the International Chiropractic Association, he has been a tireless supporter of the national, state and local societies.  Dr. Mike served as a member of the Salem Board of Health.  He is a graduate of Salem High School and a long time resident of Salem.  Dr. Mike has been practicing at his Essex Street office since 1986.

Dr. Jennifer Rubio

Dr. Jennifer Rubio is a graduate of Life Chiropractic College, Marietta Georgia, where she was Vice President of the pediatrics club. She has been practicing for 14 years and currently serving the North Shore area. She has extensive expertise in therapeutic exercise and working with children with delayed neurological development issues.  She has a unique understanding of how the body moves due to her sports and dance background, which helps her devise unique exercises for her patients to improve the speed and quality of their results. She enjoys the outside life especially kayaking.

Her own chiropractic story begins with a car accident when she was crossing the street at 11 years old. The impact broke her back, but they didn’t discover it at the hospital at the time.  She was first exposed to chiropractic 17 years later, when her first chiropractor found the evidence of the broken spine on the x-rays that he took. Her MD advised surgery to avoid paralysis but she chose chiropractic care instead and attributes the current health of her spine to chiropractic maintenance care for more than 25 years. “Choosing chiropractic was the best thing I ever did it inspires me daily to achieve more and has been extremely rewarding professionally and personally.”