Dr. Alexandra Robin

Dr. Alexandra Robin (formerly Fandetti) understands that musculoskeletal pain prohibits one 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, 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 professional athletes to geriatrics, you will feel confident that Dr. Robin has the experience to treat your condition.

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 the sole intern chosen from her graduating class to participate in an Honors Remote Internship with Chronic Pain Options of Long Island.  This prestigious experience introduced her to the integrated multi-disciplinary approach of health care, where she worked alongside specialists from the fields of neurology, 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, 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.  Additional clinical rotations she participated in during her internship include The Haven Continuing Day Treatment Program Clinical Rotation, in Hicksville, NY, where she provided chiropractic treatment to Nassau County adults who suffer from a dually diagnosed primary mental illness and substance abuse disorder. She has completed 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, performing in musical theatre productions, and spending free time with her husband and daughter.

Dr. Sarah Arpin

Dr. Sarah Arpin grew up in Killingly, and after high school, she attended and graduated from D’Youville College in Buffalo New York. While in school, she took classes amongst nursing, physical therapy, Physician Assistant, and other healthcare professional students, which has taught her the importance of working in an interdisciplinary setting.  She was awarded the Chiropractic Student of the year in 2014 and Outstanding Academic Achievement and Professional Leadership Award in 2016. She was also chosen to be one of only eight student leaders for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference in both 2015 and 2016. Dr. Arpin’s love for chiropractic is based in the natural pain relieving effects that chiropractic achieves, so that patients do not have rely on pain medication. She believes in the importance of taking the time necessary to address those muscular imbalances that coincide with misalignments, so that adjustments are more effective, and healing can occur more quickly, which is why myofascial release technique is such an integral part of her treatments. Dr. Arpin especially enjoys working with patients who have headaches, because she herself suffered from chronic headaches until she began regular chiropractic care. She helps her patients address whole body wellness, by incorporating proper stretches, exercises, and nutrition to the chiropractic adjustments. She follows evidence based practice techniques when treating her patients to ensure better outcomes. In her free time, Dr. Arpin enjoys spending time with her husband and family, hiking, tennis, and photography.