Dr. Deodato graduated from Rutgers University in 1999 with a BS in biology and the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic in 2003, where he gained his doctorate. He has been practicing privately in Bryn Mawr since 2006, while also treating athletes at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association (PCA) and the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA).
Graston technique for soft tissue injuries such as tendinitis, tennis elbow, and more.
Koren technique for activating neural pathways and a wide range of disorders.
Trigger point therapy for specific muscles and pain from myospasm.
Physiotherapy modalities for muscle stimulation, ultrasound, and combo therapy.
Post facilitation stretching for restoring the range of motion and muscle function.
Nimmo for treating long-term muscle spasms.
Dr. Tarlow decided to become a Chiropractor at the age of 29 because Chiropractic helped her resolve many long term health and pain struggles. She started Chiropractic care for help with chronic neck and low back pain and headaches.
While getting out of pain greatly enhanced her life, Chiropractic helped her to improve her health. Getting relief from allergies, menstrual cramps, and chronic sinus and bronchial infections is what has made Dr. Tarlow passionate about helping others get great health benefits from chiropractic too.
In her over 22 years of practice, Dr. Tarlow has learned the importance of helping people manage their stress better and how chronic stress can cause many debilitating health problems. It's because of how predominant stress is in our life that she had invested time into learning effective and cutting edge information to help her patients achieve a happier and healthier state of being.
Helping many people be transformed by Chiropractic and watching miracles in her office is extremely rewarding and why Dr. Tarlow LOVES being a Chiropractor.
For your first or next chiropractic appointment, give us a call today:
Diane Fearing is a massage therapist licensed by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. She is a Bryn Mawr College graduate, Class of 1996, with a BA in Psychology and a 2003 graduate of the Pennsylvania School of Muscle Therapy, now known as Cortiva, with a certification for basic therapeutic massage.
Diana is adept at Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy levels I & II, Active Isolated Stretching, Strain/Counterstrain, Brain Therapy, and more. Since September 2013, Diana has been incorporating KinesioTaping in her repertoire. Diana employs various techniques to relieve pain, reduce adhered areas and muscle spasms, increase the range of motion, and promote general well-being. Contact Diana and you will feel better very soon!
New York Chiropractic College graduate, 1993
Webster In-Utero Constraint Certified, 1997
Member of International Chiropractic Pediatric Assn since 1997
Asheville Birth Conference Speaker, 2002, 2004
DONA-sponsored doula trainings speaker, 2002 - 2006
Health Club Doctor at Sport & Health Clubs, No Va - 2001
Taught educational workshops on a variety of topics including: Vaccinations, Boosting the Immune System, Preventing Sports Injuries, Back Care Classes between 1994 to present.