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Dr. Tammy L. Bohné
Flatiron: 36 East 23rd Street, Suite 3R, New York, NY 10010                           PH:  212-673-2590
FiDi NEW LOCATION: 111 John Street, Suite 1622 New York, NY 10038        PH:  212-344-1700

The Active Chiropractic Healthcare philosophy is about optimizing health and offering a better, more holistic way of life. By incorporating the true principles of chiropractic wellness and educating our practice members, you will become an active participant in your care and discover the tools for sustaining health.

  Dr. Tammy Bohné is devoted to providing ethical, individualized      chiropractic, nutritional and wellness care for you and your family.  We invite you to begin your transformation to better health today! 

  If you are new to our website, please feel free to discover and  learn about chiropractic healthcare by exploring the Community  Topics area (right column) to learn more about how chiropractic  care works, the history of chiropracticmyths and facts about  chiropractic, and more.  

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Dr. Tammy L. Bohné
Active Chiropractic Healthcare

212-673-2590   Flatiron Location
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New York, NY

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  • Dr.
    Tammy Bohné

    Dr. Tammy Bohné achieved accredited C.C.S.P. status through New York Chiropractic College as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner in 1998. In addition to post-graduate study in scoliosis management, she has completed coursework in Craniosacral Therapy from The Upledger Institute, as well as chiropractic nutrition and neurology studies from various institutions. She has published articles on the spine and posture and has been referenced in publications such as Psychology Today.

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