Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Christopher Piering
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Christopher Piering is a native of downstate New York and a lifelong Yankees fan. After graduating from Deer Park High School, he completed his pre-chiropractic education at SUNY Delhi and Binghamton. A 1984 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, Dr Piering returned to Long Island and served as Associate Director of the Mid Island Chiropractic Office in Levittown, New York.
Dr. Nicole Mitchell
Doctor of Chiropractic
Nicole L. Mitchell, DC is originally from Malone, NY, but stayed in Central New York after graduating form New York Chiropractic College in 2009. Currently, Dr. Mitchell lives in Marcellus, NY with her husband and two children. During her academic years as a student, she was on the Dean’s list consistently through undergraduate (Daemen College) and graduate college (New York Chiropractic College). Additional training and experience has been in myofascial release and pain management.
Dr. Mitchell has worked in the Syracuse region for three years and enjoys the snowy winters. In addition, she enjoys hiking, reading, running, gardening, working out, and spending time with her family and children.
Her professional interests fit well with the office, stressing the need for patient education and involvement in their own health.
Dr. Hunter Mollin
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Mollin has been in practice since 1981. He currently is an Associate Professor at New York Chiropractic College where he teaches in the Clinical Science Department. He holds certifications in Cox Distraction Technique and Graston Technique. Cox Distraction Technique is a proven method of treating disc lesions and related spinal conditions. Graston Technique is an instrument assisted connective tissue procedure utilized to treat conditions such as tennis elbow, shoulder tendinopathy, sprain/strain injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fascitis, and post surgical scarring, just to name a few.
Dr. Mollin teaches these techniques at the New York Chiropractic College. He also has advanced certification in the diagnosis, management and treatment of whiplash-related injuries. When he is not busy teaching or working with patients he enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, sailing and snowboarding.
Dr. Christopher W. Piering
Doctor of Chiropractic
Dr. Christopher Piering is the son of Dr. Piering, he is the 4th generation chiropractor in the family. After graduating from Westhill High School he received his BFA in graphic design from Cazenovia College, completing his pre-chiropractic education at OCC and after graduating from New York Chiropractic College in 2020, he joined our family practice. In addition to his Chiropractic education, Dr. Christopher has an advanced certificate in Sports Science and Human Performance with plans to continue his education in rehabilitation, nutrition and in other areas related to chiropractic. He is kindhearted with a passion for helping others and enjoys snowboarding, photography, reading, hiking, backpacking and is an Adirondack 46er.
Licensed Massage Therapist
practitioner. I am excited to be here alongside other dedicated wellness practitioners, working to
help individuals live their best life! My goal is to facilitate a safe space where the body’s intrinsic
healing can activate. From there, I assist in the unraveling of stress and holding patterns. I love
to see my clients leave with a sense of ease, feeling rejuvenated and better than they arrived.
I offer an integrative massage, pulling from 11 years of experience in various professional settings and modalities. I have worked for a Chiropractor (Altas), provided Medical
Massage to workers comp and VA patients (A Touch Above Wellness Spa), practiced in a Spa
setting (Miracles Hair Studio and Day Spa), as well as taken care of post reconstructive and
cosmetic surgery patients (Syracuse Plastic Surgery). Clients most often see me for deep
tissue and therapeutic massage, which include extra care for trouble areas. I also focus on
releasing restricted fascia and increasing circulation throughout the entire body.
Since graduating from Finger Lakes School of Massage in 2012, I have studied Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT), Cranial Sacral Therapy with Upledger Institute International, Usui Reiki, Integrative Energy Therapy, as well as a handful of online courses. Along with the extensive tool set I have to pull from, I am intuitive and highly sensitive, which helps me discern individual needs. I am skilled at customizing each session and integrating a variety of bodywork
To live our Best Life, I believe we should play an active role in our wellness. I am
passionate about empowering individuals to find what works best for them on their wellness
journey. If a client is ready, I’m happy to support them through self reflection, becoming
conscious of where they are out of balance.
Often enacting a self-care practice or removing something is necessary to come back into homeostasis. I believe we must have a holistic approach to our wellness rather than simply treating symptoms. Some things to consider are diet, posture, self-care practices, hydration, a need for supplementation, meditation, exercise, how we talk to ourselves and the beliefs we hold.
Through our unique process we can access latent parts of ourselves, and step into our most authentic, healthy, and empowered life! My greatest teacher has been my yoga practice, uniting and grounding me into alignment with the best version of myself. Yoga is more than a physical discipline, it’s also an inner technology that continues to strengthen my compassion, equanimity, and resilience. I enjoy my life close to nature. My reverence for the natural world inspires all that I do.
In my spare time you can find me in the forest hiking with my dog. I love a weekend camping
adventure where I am able to get away from the over stimulation of life. Keeping plants,
gardening and getting my hands in the soil brings me joy and reminds me of the beauty in the
connectivity of life. A radiance comes from a healthy diet. Therefore, I prefer to cook with fresh
whole foods, sprout seeds, bake my own organic sourdough bread, and prepare fermented
foods for the pre and probiotic benefits. Seeking alternatives to chemical based products has
led me to experiment creating my own pure and natural, toxin free substitutes. I make herbal
infused massage creams & oils, healing salves, wild-crafted tinctures, scrubs, soaps, and even
my own laundry detergent. This creative outlet encompasses what I am most passionate about;
wellness and being in harmony with nature. I have deep gratitude for the gift of life and the
divinity contained in all things.