The DoctorDr. Timothy Novelli, D.C.

Dr. Timothy Novelli, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Timothy P. Novelli, has been in practice since 1985. After completing his undergraduate courses at Walsh University, he received his Doctorate at The National College of Chiropractic in Chicago, Illinois.

After starting his practice in 1985, Dr. Novelli spent the next 9 years completing Diplomate courses in the areas of Orthopedics, Sports Medicine, Applied Kinesiology, and Advanced Studies of Motor Vehicle Accident Biomechanics at The Spinal Institute of San Diego.

Dr. Novelli also studied under Dr. Vernon Pierce, DC of Spartanburg, South Carolina who taught him the "Pierce Technique", a cervical adjustment used for difficult cervical disc problems. Due to his successful adjustment techniques, many medical doctors as well as chiropractic colleagues refer their most difficult cervical disc patients ro Dr. Novelli for treatment.

Dr. Novelli specalizes in neuromuscular and skeletal injuries and for over 31 years, has provided care for both professional and Olympic athletes from around the world, returning them to competition sooner and improving their performance both on and off the field. In addition, he has provided chiropractic care and served as the Team Physician to the Ashland University Elite Track and Field teams, the Cleveland Browns professional football team, served as the Ring Doctor for MMA tournaments and is a past Vice President of the North Central Academy of Chiropractic.

Dr. Novelli is the founder of The Patriot Project, it is an all volunteer, non-profit organization which provides chiropractic care to Active Duty Military, their families, Service Connected Veterans and ALL Gold Star Dependents free of charge. The Patriot Project has over 4,000 chiropractors participating in all 50 states with the goal of providing $100,000,000.00 in free chiropractic care to our most deserving Americans. The board members include some of the most prestigious military individuals ever assembled, consisting of Medal of Honor recipients and High Ranking retired military.

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