Dr. Phil Barone served the Westchester / Putnam area with alternative healthcare for 18 years. He employs natural, holistic techniques to improve health and well-being. Many health conditions can be overcome without potentially harmful drugs and surgery. Dr. Barone uses a variety of modern techniques to balance and assist the body’s innate ability to heal itself. Dr. Barone is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College of Seneca Falls, New York. He is continuously improving and updating his knowledge in the fields of chiropractic and nutrition.
In the past, he has been a member of the New York Chiropractic Council, Vice-President of the Hudson Valley Chapter of the National Union of Chiropractic Physicians affiliated with the OPEIU and the AFL-CIO, Board Member of the Mahopac Chamber of Commerce, member of the International Chiropractic Association and a founding member of the ICA Council of Chiropractic Pediatrics. He is licensed in New York, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. Dr. Barone is a member of “The American Consumer and Education Foundation (ACEF)” and “The Wellness Professionals”. He is also a former member of “The Doctor’s Speakers Bureau”. These organizations provide educational and informative workshops on a variety of health-related topics and are offered at no charge for companies, groups, clubs, and organizations.
Dr. Barone also associates with Slender in Savannah – a weight loss center and has lost over 200 pounds. He states, “This revolutionary, natural weight loss system is one of the finest ways to cleanse and replenish the body. You not only lose weight but nourish your body while removing impurities”.
In July 2008, Dr. Phil Barone and his family moved to Savannah, Georgia. Dr. Phil’s new chiropractic office is located at 105 Wheeler Court, Suite 204, Savannah, GA 31405. He practices chiropractic and teaches people to improve their overall health through “Cleansing for Life”. Dr. Barone has a burning desire to help end the obesity epidemic that increases our risk for over 60 degenerative diseases and possibly early death.