Dr. Gary Deutchman DC
Dr. Deutchman has been in private practice since 1986. He was Schroth Certified in 2009 and now oversees Schroth Therapy in the NYC office. Together with our Schroth Trained Physical Therapists we offer comprehensive scoliosis care for adults and children.
Dr. Richa Gandhi
Dr. Marc Lamantia
Dr. Lamantia is recognized as one of the Profession’s foremost experts on non-surgical Scoliosis care. In 2008 Dr. Lamantia Graduated with a Master’s Degree in Neuropsychology Rehabilitation and earned his Diplomate status in Chiropractic Neurology in 2006. Dr. Lamantia is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. Dr. Lamantia is heavily involved in the field as a founding member of the conservative orthopedic group (SOSORT), the Science Advisor for the non-profit Scoliosis Care Foundation, and certified Schroth Method practitioner and Spinecor Bracing specialist.
Dr. Daniel Pagan DPT
Daniel Pagan B.S., DPT is a board certified physical therapist with over 5 years of experience working with orthopedic and neurological cases. Dr. Pagan Joined Scoli-Fit in 2014 and is currently the Clinical Director for our Texas Facilities. He is Spinecor Trained and serves as an instructor for the Nu-Schroth Method Scoliosis Exercise Program.
Gheorge Leonte PTA
Gigi is trained in the Schroth Method and is a Nu-Schroth Instructor for Scoli-Fit. Gigi has extensive training in gymnastics coaching and is a talented therapist.
Dr. David Miranda
Dr. Miranda was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and moved to Miami, Florida at a young age. He attended the University of Florida where he studied Chemistry and Astronomy with a plan to go to pharmacy school. He soon came to realize that pharmacy was not consistent with what he believed healthcare should be.
Dr. James Beadle
A graduate from Life Chiropractic College West, Dr. James Beadle has always believed in being as efficient as possible. This has prompted him to use technology to better people’s lives whether through chiropractic or while teaching in higher education. Dr. Beadle worked as an IT specialist before changing careers to become a Chiropractor. He jokes that instead of fixing computers he is fixing humans.