Your first visit to Dr. Wagreich involves a few special steps so that we can get to know you. To understand what to expect, please read through this page. You'll find all the practical information you need, such as a map and directions to our office, practice hours , and more. We also describe our first visit procedures. You can even save some time by printing out and completing the new patient forms in advance of your appointment .


Dr. Wagreich acknowledges that each individual has a unique problem and therefore requires an individual assessment of the functioning of their bodies.  A thorough health history will be taken followed by an examination consisting of neurological and orthopedic tests.  In addition, a careful postural exam as well as an analysis of the muscles for tightness and weakness will be done.  In some cases, spinal x-rays may be necessary for further evaluation.

If chiropractic is determined to be of help to you, a specific course of treatment will be recommended.  Dr. Wagreich works with each individual until they have reached their maximum improvement or their desired goal.

Mission Statement

Dr. Wagreich's mission is to provide the finest manual therapy possible using cutting edge techniques for patients as well as educating them as to the best ways of keeping their bodies in good health. Dr. Wagreich helps patients understand that pain is not a normal state of the body and that by eliminating physical, chemical, and emotional stresses, the body can heal and function at its highest level. Her work focuses primarily on the physical wellness and includes basic nutritional education. Referrals are provided for patients requiring emotional support as well as additional in depth nutritional counseling or medical care.

Patient Forms

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Our office is located at 37 East 28th Street between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue in midtown Manhattan.

Dr. Shary Wagreich