Massage at Wellnexx
Dr. Wyckoff says: "Wellnexx_clinic is an answer to a series of questions I have had over the years. Maybe you have had similar questions:"
Why, after years of therapy, medications, perhaps a the insurance company or two, do I still have the same chronic pain in my (FILL IN THE BLANK, OR BODY PART)?
Yes, I want insurance to pay for my treatment, but I keep ending up almost feeling better, so why is it then that the insurance company ends the treatment?
Is there something I can do to re-educate my body so that the same thing doesn't keep happening?
Sure, a cortisone shot, or a powerful medication helps the pain some, but what can I do to actually fix the problem?
Dr. James Wyckoff, SBC,CET,CPT,LMT
Dr. Wyckoff has three decades of health care experience, in the areas of information content distribution and clinical practice. He has a doctorate in Health Administration from University of Phoenix, a master’s in Media Studies from the New School University, and a bachelor of Arts in English from University of Virginia.
After a 25-year career in marketing communications, 15 of which was spent as spokesperson at several NYC hospitals, Dr. Wyckoff enrolled at the Swedish Institute, the preeminent and oldest school for massage, craniosacral, and lymphatic therapies. He graduated with his Associates in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) in 2003. Since then, he has studied with and performed clinical practice with some of the top physical medicine and rehabilitation doctors, chiropractors, and integrative medicine practioners in the NYC area.
His ancestor, Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, emigrated from The Netherlands to New Amsterdam (what is now Brooklyn) in 1637. Dr. Wyckoff’s ancestor built a house in 1652 in Canarsie, Brooklyn, which is a national landmark, the oldest house in New York City, and has more than 10,000 visitors a year.
Dr. Wyckoff is an active athlete, playing competitive team lacrosse in several
tournaments a year.