Dr. Daniella D’Alessio is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic, where she was the recipient of the Clinic Award for dedicated service. As part of her clinical training, Dr. D’Alessio was selected for advanced training at the Veterans Administration Hospitals in New Haven and Newington, Connecticut. She also is currently teaching Anatomy and Physiology at Caldwell University.
Currently, Dr. D’Alessio is working towards the completion of her Diplomate American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (DACRB) specialty. This specialized training combines the science of Chiropractic with Rehabilitation; has been proven to greatly facilitate patient outcomes and improve quality of life. DACRB utilize highly specific corrective exercises to strengthen and support the body’s core while focusing on improved posture, balance, flexibility, and mobility to enhance the ability of the nervous system to support the body’s natural mechanisms for reducing stress on the body.
Dr. D’Alessio is a native to the Caldwell community and is a graduate of James Caldwell High School. She served the community as a lifeguard at the Westville Pool and later on as a swim instructor at the Livingston YMCA. Dr. D’Alessio chose to return to her hometown of Caldwell to live and practice, where she hopes to provide the highest quality of care to the community of Caldwell.