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New Chiropractor Cuts Ribbon in Orange Thursday

Orange native Dr. David Durso has set up shop on the Boston Post Road and is hosting a meet-and-greet.

 

"In our profession, you really want to be your own boss," says Dr. David Durso. The Orange native and Amity graduate is the chiropractor behind one of Orange's newest businesses, Advanced Spine & Sport. The business, which opened in October, will host a ribbon-cutting and open house Thursday.

Durso graduated from the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and decided to use his study of the health treatment (which focuses on treating the spine and other joints in the hope of relieving pain holistically) to go into business in his hometown.

"I wanted to go out on my own," says Durso. "Do my own thing and practice how I want to practice. Give back to the community a little bit -- and it's nice familiar territory."

Durso practices techniques he learned at the Pettibon Institute, and says he's the only chiropractor in Connecticut who offers these specific techniques. For those experienced with chiropractic, he says, this may be a new experience.

"People will be wowed because they're going see this equipment and say, 'Ooh, what's this?'," says Durso. "People who have gone to chiropractors around here have never seen anything like this."

Durso will host a ribbon-cutting at Advanced Spine & Sport (Liberty Plaza, 501 Boston Post Road) Thursday morning at 11 a.m. He's offering a meet-and-greet for the community from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and encouraging residents to visit.

"Come in and learn about something about health -- and thinking outside the box as far as health goes," he says. "Everyone should have a chiropractor in their life, just as everyone has a dentist. It's not about symptoms, it's about health."

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