Meet Dr. Brittany Falcone, DC, CACCP
Helping people feel great without the use of medication or surgery is a dream come true. In fact, I was inspired to become a chiropractor largely because of my own personal experience. Chiropractic treatment has had a profound impact on me and my family.
At age ten, I became the first person in my family to see a chiropractor. I had previously been struggling with the embarrassment and inconvenience of bedwetting (enuresis) for over a year. After just one chiropractic treatment—the problem was solved! Astounded by these results, my entire family soon began visiting the chiropractor regularly and seeing noticeable improvements in their overall health.
After earning my undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University, I pursued graduate studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic. I went on to work in several types of offices, including a VA Hospital and a multidisciplinary clinic, where I gained experience treating clients with a variety of health concerns. Throughout this time, I discovered that my ultimate passion was helping moms, their children, and their families lead lives of wellness aided by this powerful and natural form of health care.
I earned my certification in the Webster Technique, a special analysis and adjustment technique designed to be safe and effective for pregnant mothers. I also sought out specialized training for treating infants and children. I am a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association (ICPA) and recently completed my certification from the Academy Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics (CACCP).
As an adult, I have found that chiropractic care continues to be a family affair. When my husband David and I learned we were going to be parents, I received chiropractic care during my pregnancy. My treatments helped me to have the comfortable pregnancy and birth I desired. Of course, when our daughter Willa was finally born, I examined her just days after birth and have given her weekly chiropractic checks ever since. We’ve witnessed a natural boost in her immunity from chiropractic care. David’s regular chiropractic treatments help keep his body resilient and pain-free despite his active lifestyle and prolonged sitting during his job as a pilot.
David, Willa, and I love to cook healthy meals together, exercise, travel, and enjoy time together. In between family time and time spent at the office, I also volunteer as a youth bowling coach and at events across Central Massachusetts. I particularly enjoy mentoring middle schools girls in Worcester through my work with the Women’s Initiative through United Way. By making wellness a priority, I’ve seen my entire family thrive. I’m so grateful to empower my clients to do the same.