Tom Oddo, DC, CSCS

Doctor of Chiropractic, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

William Street Sport and Spine

100 William Street Suite 1215, New York, New York, 10038, United States

Academic Backround

  • Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College (NYCC)
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
  • Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University

Specialties & Certifications

  • Active Release Techniques (ART) (Spinal Certification – June 2014, Lower Extremity Certification – August 2013)
  • Clinical Rehabilitation Seminars by Mitch Green, DC (Implementing Spinal Rehabilitation – September 2015, Principles of Lumbar Spine Rehabilitation – March 2015)
  • Seminars by Craig Liebenson, DC (Integrating Lewit’s Manual Therapy & Exercise - October 2015) 
  • Motion Palpation Institute (MPI) (Extremities Analysis and Adjustive Technique – February 2015, Lower Dynamic Movement Assessment – September 2014, Upper Dynamic Movement Assessment – January 2014, Full Spine Analysis and Adjustive Technique – January 2013, May 2014) 
  • Nutrition as a Biochemical Adjustment by David Seaman, DS, MS, DACBN – June 2015
  • Spinal Rehabilitation for the Occupational, Recreational, and Competitive Athlete: Assessment and Active Care Principles and Procedures by Jason Brown, DC, DACRB – January 2015
  • Evaluation and Management of the TMJ by Jennifer Illes-Rector, DC, D.Ap, MS - April 2015

Athletic & Training Background

Former collegiate wrestler (NCAA DIII at Wesleyan University, 157 pounds) and high school football player; recently shifted my attention to powerlifting and currently have a 1345 raw competition total (485 squat with wraps, 325 bench, 535 deadlift) at 181 pounds working toward 600 on the deadlift and chasing a 1500 pound total. I train at high intensity but work to maintain durability, mobility, and anti-fragility. I am a big fan of Brandon Lilly's Cube Method and have been running a modified conjugate method in my current training cycle.

Current Role Working with Athletes

I currently work with a number of former collegiate and a few former professional athletes, I am a new practitioner and am hope to greatly expand my athlete patient base.

Professional Philosophy

Practice what you preach.

The iron never lies. - Henry Rollins