(PRWEB) January 26, 2015
Continuing on his commitment to cutting edge care, Dr. Nicholas Ruggiero, D.C., has added three Holistic Medical Doctors to his South Florida Chiropractic and Sports Medicine practice. The move comes in response to patients, who have complained about being unable to receive comprehensive care under one roof.
“From having to pay multiple, high deductibles to long drives, patients have told me how they are constantly frustrated with the modern medical system,” said Nicholas Ruggiero, owner of Ruggiero Sports Medicine and Injury Institute. “We’re opening up avenues for patients to come in for full medical care and get back to full health as quickly as possible.”
Dr. Ruggiero, who has been the official Chiropractic Physician for the NHL’s Florida Panthers since 2002 and also privately treats several high profile athletes, said his practice will now be open seven days a week, as well as offer enhanced services ranging from urgent care to wellness care. By adding three medical doctors to his practice, patients will enjoy procedures that Ruggiero couldn’t offer in the past.
“We’re going to be cutting edge,” said Ruggiero. “What we’re trying to do is do what no one else is doing. We know our patients want more than just mainstream medicine. They want the newest thing, the newest vitamin, and the latest holistic procedure.”
Ruggiero, who has operated his practice since 1988, plans to offer cutting edge treatments like fat freezing and IV bags that can distribute vitamins and other nutrients. This is in addition to current wellness programs, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, aimed at providing long-term health. All of it is based around his philosophy to offer the newest kinds of treatments that help people heal their injuries fast, without requiring them to get surgery.
“This expansion of my practice is all about creating a new level of care,” said Ruggiero “We are committed to continually providing state of the art services. I think this is going to be fantastic for patients and I’m very excited about its potential.”
For more information, visit the Ruggiero Sports Medicine and Injury Institute at: http://www.drnicholasruggiero.com.