Suffix: DC, FIAMA
Title: Doctor / Owner
Center: North Florida Spine and Injury Center
At North Florida Spine and Injury Center we pride ourselves at properly diagnosing your condition so that we can employ fast and effective treatment methods to aid in the healing process. We employ the top, current, and researched backed treatment protocols to ensure that you live pain free. Dr. Zeccardi and his staff of licensed and fully trained professionals have been helping the people of north Florida live pain free for many years. By keeping current on the latest research and instituting proven treatment modalities we have been able to treat a wide variety of pain syndromes. Our bodies are incredibly robust self-regulating and self-healing machines, if given the proper nourishment and environment to thrive. Our mission is to be problem focused in nature and not symptom focused. By getting to the root cause of the condition and then using the proper healing techniques we aim to improve your overall health, wellbeing and longevity.
After graduating from the University of Maryland Dr. Zeccardi attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Florida. He spent time in the student-outpatient clinic as a teaching assistant, earned the award for Clinical Excellence and was a Presidential Scholar. He has also attained Fellowship training in Acupuncture. Dr. Zeccardi’s exposure to clinical research while at the University of Maryland has carried through to his professional career as a practicing Chiropractic Physician. He enjoys his free time with his lovely wife and children by living an active lifestyle and their involved with the community and church.
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