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Chiropractor in Philadelphia, PA

Rick Racioppi, DC, MUA

Dr. Rick Racioppi is a Board-Certified Licensed Chiropractor & Spinal Ligament Injury Specialist. Dr. Rick was Founder, Owner and President of Progressive Rehab in Royersford, Pennsylvania. Progressive Rehab went on to grow to 9 locations throughout Montgomery and Delaware County. Dr. Racioppi has been in practice and has 28 years of experience. He offers Advanced Spinal Correction and Chiropractic Adjustments utilizing state-of-the-art Chiropractic Techniques helping the body achieve balance and health. His areas of specialization include Spinal Decompression, Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA), Family Practice, Children and Pregnant Patient Care, Postural Correction, C.R.M.A. Analysis, Pain Management, Spinal Correction, Sports and Post-Surgical Rehabilitation, Chiropractic Biophysics, Personal Injury, and Workers’ Compensation Injury Recovery.

Dr. Rick received a full scholarship to UNH for football and studied Business Admin. During his football career, he was inducted into both Belleville High School’s and The University of New Haven’s Hall of Fames, respectively, for football. Dr. Rick went on to test his football talents in the Pros. After college he was signed by the New England Patriots but was unfortunately let go that year. That next year he was picked up by the NY Giants and let go that same year as well. As fun as it was, playing linebacker for so many years took a toll on his body. During Dr. Ricks football run, he was no stranger to physical therapy and rehab. Through his own therapies and sports rehabs, he was introduced to Chiropractic. “Chiropractic was a life saver for my body” expressed Dr. Racioppi. 

A member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association, he graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University College of Chiropractic in 1995. He then went on to complete his internship at the same educational venue.

 Dr. Rick is so excited to be part of the Summit Team. His goal is to not only treat patients, alleviate pain, and/or treat decreased function, but more importantly, inspire and educate our patients to become active participants in their own well-being.

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