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Dr. Bradley A. Williams

New Canaan Chiropractic
45 Grove St., New Canaan, CT 06840
203.966.9777

Bradley Williams, D.C., D.A.C.N.B., C.C.N.

Dr. Williams graduated Magna Cum Laude/Salutatorian from New York Chiropractic College in 1992, and has been in New Canaan since 1993. He as extensive training in Advanced Biostructural Correction- a revolutionary structural approach to human biomechanics, as well as soft tissue techniques.

Dr. Williams has a M.S. in Human Nutrition and is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist (C.C.N.). He has trained extensively with leading functional medicine doctors in the U.S. in the areas of allergies, gastrointestinal and hormonal dysfunction.

Dr. Williams is also a Certified NeuroEmotional Technique practitioner. This technique addresses the overlooked area of conditioned behavioral responses- events in our life which our body could not adapt to and leaves a "Pavlovian bell" to be restimulated by someone or something. This causes neurochemicals to be released from the limbic system of the brain causing pain, physical symptoms and altered behavior patterns. See www.netmindbody.com.

Dr. Williams is a Chiropractic Neurologist (D.A.C.N.B.). Our understanding of human neurologic function as expanded tremendously. Applying these concepts in the functional model of exam and treatment has profound applications for many conditions.

In addition, Dr. Williams is a Protect Your Back Instructor for the American Red Cross, is a member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Association (www.chiropractor.org), American Chiropractic Association (www.aca.org), and New Canaan Chamber of Commerce.  He holds chiropractic licenses in CT, NY, PA and GA.

Dr. Williams enjoys music as an avocation.  For the several years, he has been the director of the New Canaan Town Band, the second oldest continuous band in the USA.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30am

7:00pm

Tuesday:

8:30am

2:00pm

Wednesday:

8:30am

7:00pm

Thursday:

1:00am

7:00pm

Friday:

8:30am

2:00pm

Saturday:

8:30am

(Most Weekends)

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "It took me years, and many different chiropractors, to find Dr. Brad. His modalities, approach, and concern about the whole human brought me back to an active and vibrant life!"
    Anne C. New Canaan, CT

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