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Patient Centered and Patient Directed

Every patient is different. Each person who comes to us has different concerns, a unique history and individual health goals. When you are under my care, you will not receive the same treatment as another person. You will find that your needs change from visit to visit. On one occasion you may want to talk about stress at home or at work and explore how this underlying tension affects how you feel and function. You might want me to review lab tests or radiology results with you. We may need to spend extra time together in the office planning nutritional changes, use of supplements or reviewing therapeutic exercises.

You will not be told to make appointments on a specific timetable. When you schedule a follow-up appointment is up to you. In addition, you determine how much appointment time you want to book. Our fees are time-based.

On your initial visit to our office, we set aside forty-five minutes for you to tell us what brings you to our office and to share your health goals. Whether you are looking for chiropractic adjustments, nutritional guidance or a path towards mind/body balance, our holistic health care practice is here for you. We begin the work to bring you into alignment. Each visit builds on the one before it.

Please tell us any questions or concerns that you have when you call us. We look forward to hearing from you and working together.

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Dr. Susan Corwith, Chiropractor
Holistic Health Care

860 Montauk Highway, Building #1
Water Mill, NY 11976
631-287-2896

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Dr. Susan Corwith

Monday:

9:00am - 1:00pm

3:00pm - 7:00pm

Tuesday:

Closed

Wednesday:

9:00am - 1:00pm

3:00pm - 7:00pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

12:00pm

7:00pm

Saturday:

9:00am

1:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

  • "Being a long time friend and patient of Dr. Susan Corwith, it is really her talents and gifts as a chiropractor that never fail to amaze me! Be it a crick or a long-term problem, she tackles it with all the aplomb necessary to get the best results for the patient. Her gentle manner, her gracious listening spirit, and her caring attitude all make for one great chiropractor! From a grateful patient, a million thanks!!!!"
    J. Z.

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