Dr. Mike Swierczynski, DC, MS
Dr. Mike graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He received his doctorate from the University of Bridgeport in December 2000 and a Masters Degree in Nutrition in 2001.
Dr. Mike is in his 21st year of practice. As a Wolcott chiropractor and rehab therapist and Wallingford chiropractor and rehab therapist. He lectures for local businesses and organizations and is an active member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Association (and former District Director), American Chiropractic Association Council on Occupational Health and the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Mike is licensed by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He was a former Board Member for the Wallingford Vikings American Youth Football league as the league's Safety Coordinator.
He has written an ebook on fibromyalgia treatment called; Attacking Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue and has completed a 50 hour program in car accidents and whiplash by The Spine Institute of San Diego. He was also the president and one of the founders of Work Safe Centers of America.
He recently has completed 60 hours of continuing education set forth by the NSCA Certification Executive Committee for completing the Cressey Performance Elite Baseball Mentorship program for evaluating and treating the upper and lower extremities of baseball players, especially pitchers but can be applied to any patient. During this program he studied and had hands on experience with pitching mechanics and analyzing and treating movement patterns that can lead to dysfunction and injuries.
Deanne has been a licensed massage therapist since 2000. She graduated from The Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Westport, CT. Her techniques target the relaxation centers of the brain causing the brain to release tension and blockages throughout the body. Deanne fully believes that therapeutic touch is the key to enhancing so many area of our lives and well being!
Dr. Bradley Visconti
Bradley Visconti was born and raised in Sharon, CT and graduated from Housatonic High School. Throughout high school, he excelled in lacrosse and wrestling and frequently visited a chiropractor to prepare him for his games and matches. He attended Springfield College where he wrestled during his collegiate career and exceled with his studies. He graduated from Springfield and majored in Sports Biology. Bradley then embarked to New York Chiropractic College where he graduated in 2016 and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Bradley was an active member of the Rehab to Performance Club and took advantage of many different elective courses that involved soft tissue therapy, Advanced Sports Performance, as well as Clinical Anatomy. Dr. Brad is also very passionate about educating his patient’s about health and simple ways to prevent injuries and is excited to be part of the team at Mountain Top Chiropractic.
Robyn Housemann, PhD, MPH
Robyn Housemann is Co-Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Health Promotion and Exercise Sciences at Western Connecticut State University and the Director for the Institute of Holistic Health Studies. She received a BS degree (URI, 1981) in Electrical Engineering, an MPH degree (SLU, 1994), and a Ph.D. (SLU, 2000) in Health Services Research (Behavioral Science/Health Education and Organizational Psychology). She is a Reiki Master and has been practicing Reiki since 2005. She has completed workshops in Shamanic Reiki, Magnified Healing®, and Brain Gym®. She has over 25 years of experience teaching group fitness classes and is an advocate for Holistic and Alternative Health. Robyn is licensced to teach Zumba®, Zumba® Toning, Aqua Zumba® and Zumba® Core fitness classes. She is a Black Belt 2nd dan in Tae Kwon Do. Dr. Housemann has been at WCSU since August 2006 where she teaches all of the core courses for the Bachelor of Science degree in Health Promotion Studies as well as the Fitness for Life general education requirement. Upon graduation these students are able to foster healthy behaviors by working with individuals, groups, organizations and communities. Prior to coming to WCSU, Dr. Housemann participated in several applied im research projects and community based interventions. She was the Director of Planning and Evaluation for the New England Division of the American Cancer Society for three years. She spent 10 years working at Saint Louis University (SLU) School of Public Health and six years at Washington University (WU) School of Medicine Master of Health Science Program. Her primary area of focus was in reducing heart disease and diabetes by facilitating community based interventions to increase physical activity, promote healthy eating, reduce smoking, and improve diabetes self-management. These intervention programs targeted change at the individual level and beyond by creating environments that made healthy choices easy choices (e.g. walkable communities, healthy food in grocery stores, smoke-free churches, menu labeling in restaurants) and by increasing social capital within a community by training informal and formal leaders to be health advocates. She has presented fitness workshops, stress management workshops, guided imagery and meditation, and scientific lectures at state, regional, and national conferences.