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Marc Taczanowski, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, EMT-B

  • Dr.
    Marc Taczanowski,

    Dr. Marc Taczanowski specializes in Sports Medicine, injury prevention and management. He has published many articles on these topics and lectures to local running groups, and athletic organizations in an effort to educate the sports community.

    • 1 of 2 Chiropractors selected from the USA to be part of the medical staff for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
    • Certified EMT-B, May 2017
    • Certified in Neurokinetic Therapy Level II - 2015
    • Certified in Muscle Activation Technique, Jumpstart Program, October 2015
    • Certified in Functional Range Conditioning, September 2015
    • (DACBSP) Diplomate in Sports Medicine, April 2013 - The only male to hold this distinction on Long Island
    • USBSF Medical Staff for the 2013 FIBT World Championships, St. Moritz, Switzerland
    • Consultant to the (USBSF) US Bobsled and Skeleton Federation for the 2012 FIBT World Championships February 2012
    • US Olympic Internship - Lake Placid, NY, October 2011
    • Level 1 Sport Performance Coach - USA Weightlifting, September 2013
    • NKT Level 1 Practitioner, August 2013
    • TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) Module I for Medical Professionals - February 2011
    • US Olympic Internship - Chula Vista, CA, September 2010
    • Active Release Technique - Biomechanics Designation, July 2010
    • Fascial Conference - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, May 2010
    • FAKTR-PM - Technique Certification, 2009
    • Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), 2009
    • Active Release Technique - Ironman Provider, 2009
    • Active Release Technique - Masters Designation, 2009
    • Certified in Selective Functional Movement Analysis(SFMA), 2009
    • Certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), 2008
    • Certified in Kinesiotaping, 2008
    • Certified in the Graston Technique, 2007
    • Certified in the ART Nerve Entrapment Protocol, 2006
    • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, 2005
    • Certified in the Active Release Technique (ART), 2005
    • Certified in Electrodiagnostic Testing, 1997-1998
    • Graduate of Life University, 1996
    • Pre-requisite completion at SUNY Farmingdale, 1992
    • Graduate of Commack High School, Varsity Soccer and Tennis 1989
    • Enjoys tennis, golf, soccer, volleyball, and weight training


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