Dr. Alexandra Robin treats musculoskeletal pain that can keep patients from living their life to the fullest. Injuries that have occurred suddenly or have developed over time can be physically and emotionally exhausting, but issues such as headaches, neck and back pain, tendinitis, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis, stenosis, pinched nerves, sprains and muscle pulls are just a some of the complaints that have responded favorably to Dr. Robin’s treatments. It is her goal to take on the challenge of helping people with their pain through chiropractic and rehabilitative exercises. With patients ranging from infants and pregnant women to professional athletes and the elderly, you will feel confident that Dr. Robin has the experience to treat your condition. Dr. Robin also often assists in the management and treatment of patients injured in motor vehicle accidents.
Dr. Alexandra Robin opened Back & Body Chiropractic in March of 2012. She is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College. As a Deans List student, she was inducted into the Phi Chi Omega Chiropractic Honors Society in 2008. She was chosen from her graduating class to participate in an Honors Remote Internship with Chronic Pain Options of Long Island, a neurology practice employing professionals from the fields of chiropractic, advanced practice nursing, physical therapy, acupuncture, neurodiagnostics, and vestibular therapy.
Dr. Robin has learned and utilized treatment and rehabilitation techniques including traction, flexion-distraction, diversified adjusting, cupping therapy, Graston Technique, myofascial release, post isometric relaxation stretching, Kinesiotaping, sensorimotor training, lumbopelvic stabilization, cervical stabilization, and scapular stabilization programs for the treatment of conditions such as headache, neck pain, shoulder pain, tendinopathy, low back and leg pain, post surgical pain, and pain related to autoimmune disorders. She has done post graduate training in prenatal and pediatric chiropractic care, orthopedics, scoliosis, sports medicine, conditions common to veterans, radiology, Module I of the Graston Technique, and has also completed the FAKTR-PM program. Prior to entering New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Robin attained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. She enjoys cycling, gardening, home improvement projects, photography, and spending free time with her husband and daughters.
Dr. Rudzinski participated in competitive all-star cheerleading for 19 years and competed at both the national and world championship levels. Dr. Rudzinski was introduced to chiropractic through her teammates who frequently received chiropractic care. One day after practice, Dr. Rudzinski decided to investigate chiropractic for herself. After spending hours of research learning about chiropractic, it was not long until she realized she wanted to become a chiropractic physician herself.
Dr. Rudzinski earned her Bachelor of Science in Health and Fitness from Becker College in 2017 and graduated Suma Cum Laude. In 2018, Dr. Rudzinski attended the University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic where she was educated to diagnose patients, tend to the human body in an evidence-based manner, and coalesce her care within the larger healthcare system. Dr. Rudzinski is skilled in understanding the relationship between the structure and function of the human body, and how that relationship impacts the rehabilitation and maintenance of the musculoskeletal system and general health.
As a clinician, Dr. Rudzinski is interested in working with patients of all ages and backgrounds. Dr. Rudzinski believes while patients may present similarly, no two cases are identical and therefore should be treated on an individual bases. Dr. Rudzinski strives to establish a strong relationship with each patient while providing high quality, customized care tailored to assist her patients in achieving optimal health and wellness.
Sarah has been involved in cross country running since 5th grade. Now if she isn’t running at a 5K, you may see her providing sports massage and stretching for the event! She competed in national level Judo for over 10 years, culminating in achieving her brown belt. She is unable to practice anymore due to an unrelated injury. When this occurred Sarah was devastated. She was informed she may never be able to run again, however after going through physical therapy, and being able to run again on her last day was an amazing feeling. From then on she knew she wanted to do something in the field of Healthcare.
In 2018 she attended the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy in Groton, CT. She excelled in her program with high honors and finished in just under a year with the accelerated program. She graduated the program September 2019 at Cortiva Institute of Cromwell, CT. She passed her MBLEX National Massage Therapy licensure exam October 2019 and joined us very shortly after that!
Sarah knew upon graduating from massage school that she preferred to be in a medical environment. She wanted to provide more than relaxation massage in a spa environment, and have the opportunity to learn more from medical professionals of other disciplines. Sarah has completed several advanced Myoskeletal manipulation continuing education classes, and is working towards becoming a Master Myoskeletal Therapist! She implements tools such as Graston, cupping, kinesiology taping, and Theragun when applicable in session. She’s also trained and certified in prenatal massage therapy.
Sarah has won the Norwich Bulletins Best of Eastern Connecticut competition 2021 along with The Day’s Best of the Best competition 2022! She is so beyond thankful for her amazing clientele!! Sarah is available for 60 and 90 minute massage therapy sessions Tuesday-Saturday. When she’s not at the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and going to the beach.