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The Team

  • Dr.
    Marc Taczanowski

    Dr. Marc Taczanowski specializes in Sports Medicine, injury prevention and management.  He was 1 of 2 Chiropractors selected from the country to represent the USA as part of the medical staff for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.  He has published many articles on injury prevention and lectures to local running groups, and athletic organizations in en effort to educate the sports community...

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  • Dr.
    Hope Miller

    Dr. Hope Miller specializes in Sports Medicine with a concentration on Golf related injuries.  She has published many injury prevention articles, and has worked as a Team Doctor for Smithtown West Softball...

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  • Dr.
    Daniel Holland

    Dr. Daniel Holland specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of sports injuries, soft tissue injuries, as well as spinal rehabilitation.  He has worked along side many medical specialists during his career and enjoys collaborating with other practitioners in the health care field... 

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  • Dr.
    Abby Dante
    DC, CCSP

    Dr. Abby Dante is brand new to the team and is a 2017 Graduate of New York Chiropractic College.  She actually worked at the front desk of True Sport Care when she was in high school.  Now she has come home to start practicing and we welcome her with pride... 

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  • Dr.
    James Pierre-Glaude

    Dr. James Pierre-Glaude is a dual credentialed licensed physical therapist and certified athletic trainer. He received his Bachelor of Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University. Dr. Pierre-Glaude is also a credentialed Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Dr. Pierre-Glaude comes to True Sport Care with ten years of experience in sports medicine...

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  • Mr.
    James Remien

    As a Massage Therapist, James integrates techniques and principles of Swedish massage, Deep tissue massage, Sports massage and trigger point therapy.  James also offers clients simple but powerful stretches and exercises in order to restore balance and structure.  James can help relieve the effects of stress, chronic pain, headaches and repetitive motion syndrome. His healthy living is reflected in his calm presence and strong hands.  James’ goal is to restore optimum function and movement throughout out the body so that we can get back to enjoying the things we love to do in life without restriction...

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