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Spring has SPRUNG! We’ve shed our winter weather wear and we are ready to take on the raising temps, the AC blasting on subways, friendlier folks, and the pollen! (… well, maybe not the pollen!)

This Spring season invite your coworkers, friends and family to share in the magic that is being pain-free with MaxWell Medical! As an added bonus for each person you refer you receive a reward! Just be sure to have them mention your name!

Rockstar of the Month: Dr. Lisette Rollins, DC

She has a big Italian Sicilian family, was born and raised in Brooklyn and (minus a few years in Georgia) is a New Yorker, through and through. (Fahh get about it!) The newest addition to the MaxWell Medical family and our staff member of the month is our Wall Street resident Chiropractor, Dr. Lisette Rollins.

Dr. Rollins has a way with words; she received her BA in English literature with a focus in Shakespeare from Brooklyn College. But, it was the years she spent in the healthcare field that motivated Dr. Rollins to become a Chiropractor. She believes strongly in a hands-on approach to a patients’ care and it shows. (Patients & staff can’t stop raving about her.)

As a busy Chiropractor, mother of a toddler and wife; Dr. Rollins was still able to share some interesting things about her most people don’t know.  

10 things you probably don’t know about Dr. Rollins

1.       My favorite person in the world is Evelyn, my 3-year-old daughter.

2.       Secretly, I love to perform on stage, including acting and singing, but I haven’t been on stage since high school.

3.       If I could live anywhere in the world right now, it would have to be Scotland. (I’m mad about plaid!)

4.       Io parlo Italiano. (I speak Italian!)

5.       I own the laziest dog in the world and his name is Patches.

6.       I’m a big Sci-Fi and fantasy novel fan. (The Twilight series is my guilty pleasure.)

7.       I do NOT care for water skiing and the feeling is mutual.

8.       The craziest thing I’ve ever eaten is haggis. (It taste exactly how it sounds, gross.)

 9.      “To be or not to be”, Shakespeare’s Hamlet is my favorite play.

10.    Before I became a chiropractor, I was a massage therapist for five years.

Want to know more about Dr. Rollins? You can post your questions on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Dr. Rollins is available at our Wall Street office. Call to set up an appointment to find out how she can help you Do More!

Rock Star of the Month: Dr. Ron Nathanson

Whether he’s hiking in Harriman State Park, Skiing in Vermont, running half marathons in New York and New Jersey, increasing his flexibility with yoga, coaching little league baseball, or salsa dancing the night away with his wife, Dr. Ron Nathanson always finds a way to stay active. Oh yea, and did we forget to mention that he has 3 kids? Wow!

You’re probably wondering with family time, work and all these activities, how does he manage it all? Well he’s doing a pretty good job and he wouldn’t have it any other way. He enjoys his busy schedule especially the time he spends vacationing with his family, helping patients with their overall quality of life and connecting with his kids while coaching little league baseball.

Even with his busy schedule, our staff member of the month, Dr. Ron Nathanson took some time out to answer some personal questions to help his patients get to know a little more about him.


1.       What’s the most interesting food you’ve ever eaten?

I’ve eaten  Alligator, Ostrich and Buffalo. I am willing to eat anything just as long as it doesn’t bite back.

2.       What are three things most people don’t know about you?

The first thing people don’t know about me is that I was once the Mascot for the Northeastern University Huskies and I won All-American Mascot three years in a row. The second thing would be that I did mission work in Panama and adjusted thousands of people in just 10 days of being there. And the last would be that I love to hike and be outdoors.

3.       Do you have any regrets?

Yes, the one regret I have is not pursuing acting. I think I would have made a great actor. I would be a Humphrey Bogart, James Dean, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Robert Downey Jr., and Jack Nicholson all tied in one.

4.       What made you want to become a chiropractor?

I was working as a cab driver at Deluxe Taxi and taking classes at Nassau Community College when I was struck by a car while cycling. It caused numbness to my right hand arm and partial facial paralysis. It was a chiropractor who healed me. I was amazed and that’s when I found my calling. I didn’t choose it, it chose me!

5.       You’re a father, husband, son, coach, what does each title mean to you?

  • Father- Being loving, nurturing and having plenty of responsibility.
  • Husband- Being a partner and being a loving companion to help each other grow. That’s the whole purpose of life.
  • Son- Continue bringing them joy, being a great son, and helping them just as much as they helped me through life.
  • Coach- It means to be a good teacher. I can help these kids find their inner strength and help them develop as people. Push them past their comfort zone.

Want to know more about Dr. Ron Nathanson? You can post a question on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Dr. Ron is also available at our 40th Street office. Call to set up an appointment to find out how he can help you!