Dr. Stephen Simonetti graduated from Life Chiropractic College in June, 1983. He has maintained a private practice in Whitestone, New York since August, 1983. For most of his professional life Dr. Simonetti managed to balance his family time and a busy chiropractic practice while becoming a widely-recognized political leader of his profession. Dr. Stephen Simonetti is a founding member of the New York Chiropractic Council and has served in every capacity in the organization including his term as President (2003-2005). He also was on the Board of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations for 16 years and received Honorary Lifetime Membership after serving as President (2004-2006). Perhaps, Dr. S is best known for his years (1991-1997, 2009) as the Chairperson of Project HOPE (Help Other People Eat). Project HOPE fed thousands of hungry New Yorkers. Dr. Simonetti was honored with the Beacon Award, Chiropractor of the Year in 1995-1996. In 2010 the New York Chiropractic Council bestowed Dr. Simonetti with the prestigious Lifetime Membership Award. Most recently, in April 2013, Dr. Simonetti was appointed as the third chiropractic NGO representative to the United Nations.
Dr. Jo-Anne Valenti is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College, and has been a patient-focused Doctor of Chiropractic for over 25 years, as well as a Certified Clinical Nutritionist for over 14 years. Her background has given her the knowledge and hands-on experience in successfully assessing and treating numerous spinal and musculoskeletal conditions, and as a Certified Clinical Nutritionist she is able to assess patient diets and make nutritional and dietary recommendations to enhance the healing process and achieve optimum health. Dr. Valenti believes that knowledge can be empowering, and the more we understand how our bodies work and the mechanisms that cause injuries and illness, the more committed we become in learning how to heal it and get better.