Dr. Nicole Langlois, D.C.
Dr. Langlois has been practicing chiropractic since 2006. A magna cum laude graduate of New York Chiropractic College, her time there gave her the opportunity to work with individuals from all walks of life—from elite athletes to pregnant mothers to musicians to artists. She was awarded several prestigious awards upon graduation, including the Frank P. DeGiacomo Technique Award and was a member of the Phi Chi Omega Honor society.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Dr. Langlois enjoys running obstacle course races, triathlons, and road races, as well as the challenges of keeping fit in the New England weather. Dr. Langlois feels most at home when she’s in the woods with her dog, Willy, whether she’s running trails or mountain biking.
Her experience in using functional training to build core strength and endurance provides Dr. Langlois with firsthand knowledge when working with athletes. By blending soft tissue techniques, chiropractic adjustments, rehabilitation exercises and stretches she’s able to aid her patients’ acute-care needs and helps them achieve better physical and structural health and more injury-free activities.
Dr. Langlois attained certification for the Lower Extremities in Active Release Technique (ART). This myofascial release technique is sought by elite athletes and weekend warriors alike to help solve musculoskeletal issues within the hips, knees, ankles and feet. Dr. Langlois has been certified in Webster Technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and in Kinesio Taping through Kinesio Taping Association International.
She combines spinal and extremity chiropractic adjustments with various myofascial techniques. However, Dr. Langlois is most passionate about developing creative solutions to the obstacles her patients encounter when trying to establish new health goals. Her thorough and thoughtful approach will enable you to feel confident that you’ve found a teammate in your quest to feel better and to function at your best.