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
- Phone Number: (212) 509-3333
- Email: email@example.com
- 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.
Practice what you preach.
The iron never lies. - Henry Rollins