Dr Rob D'Aquila

Dr Rob D'Aquila

NYC Chiropractor & Applied Kinesiologist – Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology

I am a Diplomate in Applied Kinesiology, which is the highest degree attainable through the International College of Applied Kinesiology. What is an applied kinesiologist you ask?  Keep reading below to find out.

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Purpose of my practice: To provide a space where people can go to – learn about their health and health in general (doctor translates to teacher in Latin); have answers to their problems; (and) have stressors removed from their body and mind.

Goals I have for every patient: To help my patients – understand that they are in control of their health; overcome THE CAUSE of their physical and mental setbacks, quickly and permanently; (and) help themselves.

850 7th Ave. – Suite 406
between 54th and 55th st.
New York, NY 10019

Phone: 212-247-4707

Dr Rob D’Aquila

Hi. My name is Rob Aquila here. I’m practicing in New York City. I’m a Chiropractor and Applied Kinesiologist. My practice is a family practice, robdaquila.com is where you can find me. I am a student of Dr. Tim Francis’s. I went to the University of Bridgeport college of Chiropractic, and I took seminars from another Applied Kinesiology teaching Diplomate, and he was amazing. He was great. He was the best. And then I met a friend who came from the west coast who transferred to my school and showed me videos of Dr. Tim’s seminars, Dr. Francis’s seminars, and I was like “wow, great.” There’s something better than great, this is pretty wild. So I kind of veered off in his direction all the way out to Vegas to get treated by him. I’m fortunate enough to not have any health problems really, but he still elevated my health to a great degree. I would drive 12 hours to Ohio when he would come teach on the east coast. He mainly taught on the west coast, and as a student I just didn’t have enough money to go out there and just didn’t. When he came to the east coast, twelve hours in the car each way. He’s been an influence on my life in many ways. Interviewer: So did you study under him? Interviewee: Yes, I studied under him, absolutely, the Applied Kinesiology Course, and then he does some private seminars for select docs, and I was chosen, if you will, so that was nice. He’s just a great guy, as a friend as well as a mentor and colleague. He’s beaten me at Chess every time, but one of these days I’ll get him. And, yea, we’re here, out in Vegas, enjoying the seminar, and thanks for listening. Take care.