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Fiorini Chiropractic Center, P.A.


At Fiorini Chiropractic Center you will find a group of committed professionals with the goal of helping you return to a natural state of good health.



You will quickly become a welcomed member of our family of satisfied patients. We treat a wide variety of conditions using the best combination of traditional Chiropractic techniques and the latest in innovative care.



Fiorini Chiropractic Center is ready to become your stepping stone to better health. Contact us on the web or call for an appointment today. Let this be your first step on the path to better health.







  • From Awards4U

    What if I have more questions?

    Please Contact Us for more information or to answer any other questions not shown here.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    How do you change the color of Hydrangea blooms?

    You can change the color of the blooms of many varieties of Hydrangeas by adjusting the soil pH (a measure of how acid or alkaline the soil is). Many Hydrangeas will have blue flowers when they are growing in an acidic soil. To help produce blue flowers drop the soil pH by using Aluminum sulphate, Sulfur or Ironite. To change the blooms of a Hydrangea to a pink or rose color you can broadcast Hydrated Lime or Dolomitic Lime around them and water in. Our soils are acidic in our area and pH adjustment for flower color will often have to be repeated in the future because the soil returns to a more acid condition over time.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    My neighbor cuts his Crape Myrtle limbs back to ugly large stubs each Winter. He says that cutting them back helps to make them bloom better. My co-workers tell me that you shouldn't prune them that way. Who is right?

    Your neighbors pruning technique is an old practice that is generally frowned upon now. Some gardeners call this type of pruning "Crape Murder" because the natural form of the shrub is destroyed. We would suggest removing dead wood, diseased or broken wood, unwanted sprouts from the base or along the trunks and skinny wood smaller in diameter than a pencil. Pruning in this fashion will give you plenty of blooms and a nice natural looking form even in the Winter when the branches is all we have to look at.

  • From Fiorini Chiropractic Center, P.A.

    Have any studies been published showing for what chiropractic is effective?

    Several studies have documented the effectiveness of chiropractic in relieving back pain. More recent studies have shown chiropractic to be effective in treating infantile colic and migraine headaches.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    We need to have flowers in bloom in late February for a special event-what can I plant now to give good color?

    Some good choices for Winter flowers include Flowering Cabbage, Kale, Dianthus, Pansies, Violas, and Snapdragons.