New at NPMAW, we are now offering Doterra AromaTouch Technique! 

We also offer a free class on essential oils the first Monday of every month!

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Natural Pain Management and Wellness

2316-2318 Wehrle Drive

Williamsville, NY 14221

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Office Hours

Monday: 8am - 8pm

Wednesday: 8am - 8pm

Thursday: 8am-5pm

Friday: 8am - 8pm

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About Us

Each patient is treated as a unique individual and, therefore, treatment is determined as such; the proper technique to use is the one that the patient needs. Therefore, Dr. Latona-Brzezinski has been trained in various techniques and correctly applies those skills. While a majority of the patients seen at NPMAW come in seeking treatment for back, neck and joint pain, we also specialize in pediatric and maternity wellness care, in addition to nutritional counseling.

 

We accept the following insurances: Independent Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Univera, Aetna, United Healthcare, Empire, Worker's Compensation and No-fault insurance claims.  If you don't see your insurance listed please contact us to check coverage. If you're paying out of pocket, we will find a payment plan that fits your budget. We want all our patients to receive the best treatment possible.

 

Contact us to set up an appointment, and make a commitment to your well-being today!

 

Meet our Doctors and Staff

Kristen Latona-Brzezinski

DC, MPH

 

Dr. Kristen Latona-Brzezinski, the owner of Natural Pain Management and Wellness, is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo where she earned her BS and Masters in Public Health. She is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. She has had extensive training in biomedical sciences, public health, nutrition and pediatrics. In practice, Dr. Latona-Brzezinski utilizes techniques including Diversified, Drop-Table, Flexion/Distraction, instrument adjusting, Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT), and soft tissue (muscles and ligaments) techniques comprising of Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique (GT) and is certified for Webster Technique for pregnant women.

 

Dr. Latona-Brzezinski is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA), a group for chiropractors with a specialty in treating infants, children and pregnant women.

 

Robert Coté

DC, MSACN

 

A legacy, Dr. Robert Coté is following in his father’s (Dr. Matthew Coté) footsteps in chiropractic healthcare. Dr. Robert Coté, is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College where he earned his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) in addition to a Masters of Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition (MSACN) and a Bachelor of Science (BS). He utilizes many techniques to treat the patient such as: Diversified, Flexion-Distraction, Drop, Graston Technique (GT), and Active Release Technique (ART).

 

Dr. Robert Coté was a previous member of the US Army Reserve with the 401st/402nd Civil Affairs Battalions in Tonawanda, NY and the 1st/390th Training in Amherst, NY. This led him to conclude his clinical training at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with Dr. William Morgan and Dr. Terence Kearney.

 

Dr. Robert Coté is a member of the NY State Chiropractic Association (NYSCA) and the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).

Nathan Coogan

Liscensed Massage Therapist

 

Nate graduated from the NY Institute of Massage in 2013 after a long career in corporate accounting and finance. His goal is to collaborate with you to reduce your pain and enhance your movement quality. He is certified as a personal trainer by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and has taken additional bodywork training in myofascial release and dermoneuromodulation. Other interests include family, fitness, learning and music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alieha Sack

Licensed Massage Therapist

     

Alieha was introduced to the power of healing touch as a child when her mother used to massage her whenever she had growing pains or headaches. Although her mother didn’t practice massage professionally, she gave Alieha the roots to grow her own tree. Alieha attended the New York Institute of Massage in 2005 and is well versed in anatomy & physiology, neurology, extensive myology, kinesiology, and ethics to name a few. She has been trained in various modalities such as Swedish massage, sports massage, pregnancy massage, chair massage, energy techniques, deep tissue, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy.

Alieha specializes in massage that focuses on “structural integrity” – specifically deep tissue. She strongly believes in whole health and wellness in all areas of life. She prides herself on being able to evaluate the entire person and tailor a treatment plan directly for them. She encourages her patients to integrate massage, acupuncture, chiropractic services, yoga, and nutrition to achieve balance and harmony in their lives. Alieha is passionate about educating her clients whether it be about posture and stance for a strong back, or simple stretches to do at home. Alieha helps all different types of people. She’s treated a broad and diverse population of patients over the years – from ages 2 to 100. She believes that massage can benefit anyone.

Alieha is passionate about helping others through her work and believes that “taking good care of YOU, means that the people in your life will receive the best of you, rather than what’s left of you.” 

 

 

Tanya Hernandez

Mindful Eating/Meditation Instructor

 

 

Tanya Hernandez has maintained a 20 year spiritual practice which deepened her own understanding and the undeniable connection between Body, Mind, and Spirit.  She has incorporated the teachings of Yoga, Reiki, and Shamanism.   She has been meditating and practicing Yoga for over 10 years and became a Reiki Master Practitioner 5 years ago.  She has facilitated workshops and classes on Spiritual Development, Meditation, Mindfulness, and Women’s Empowerment.  Having chosen a career and life works in advocacy, Tanya has committed herself to work in social, economic, and environmental justice. She has maintained multiple positions to include a credentialed Family Advocate in the Juvenile Justice Advocacy System and an appointed position on the New York State Justice Center Advisory Council.  She has studied with a variety of teachers at Omega, Kripalu, The Himalayan Institute, The Center for Resolution and Justice and with the Lineage Project. Her teachings blend both her spiritual practices and advocacy skills to inspire others to become empowered, to heal, and to develop self-acceptance within themselves in order to foster a more peaceful and fulfilling life.

 

Cathy Zawodzinski

Yoga/Mediatation Instructor

 

200 hour HITA (Himalayan Institute Teacher Association) certified yoga instructor

500 hour HITA certified yoga instructor: certified to teach meditation, therapeutic yoga, restorative yoga

Silver Sneakers certified

Calming Kids Yoga certified

 

 

Cathy has been teaching yoga in the Buffalo area for 8 years, she has been practicing for over 15 years. Her experience includes: teaching in the Buffalo Public School system, Baker Victory Services, Daemen College, Orchard Park Senior Center, Gold’s Gym, Body Shaping by Sandy, The Jewish Community Center, Prism Health, UB.. She is currently teaching an advanced class at the Himalayan Institute.

 

 

 

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