Dr. Tarnow has been in clinical practice for over 29 years, evaluating and treating athletes of all ages, amateurs as well as professionals. With extensive post-graduate training sports injuries, rehabilitation, and performance training, as well as a non-drug, non-surgical approach of chiropractic, he brings a unique blend of experience and hands-on knowledge to the treatment and rehab of soft tissue, joint, and muscle conditions that commonly afflict the young or amateur athlete. With proper evaluation and custom treatment programs, Dr. Tarnow has successfully worked with athletes to “move better, feel better, and play better”.
Mark Capriotti comes to the BNCC with a passion for helping people become the best versions of themselves.
Mark is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and received his personal training education from the prestigious National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He has been active in training clients in both one-on-one and group sessions.
Coach Capriotti is an avid endurance athlete and has completed nearly a dozen marathons, two ultra marathons (50-mile foot races) and countless obstacle course races. Prior to coming to the BNCC, he worked for a major obstacle course race company with duties including helping gyms and wellness centers prepare their clients for the demanding events.
“I approach training from the perspective of being a parent of student athletes. My two young daughters participate in gymnastics and dance, which are traditionally very demanding on the joints, muscles and ligaments. As a fitness professional, my primary responsibility is to develop the stability and foundation to promote safety and proper body mechanics. Once this is accomplished, we can concentrate on allowing them to perform at the highest competitive level possible.”
David LEsondak, BCSI, FFT, LMT
For over 20 years David has been helping people achieve greater physical performance and create a lasting, pain-free lifestyle. He specializes in the manipulation of fascia – the tissue responsible for the slide and glide of your muscles and bones. Fascia can get dried out and stuck, and contributes significantly to your posture.
David works in a limited number of treatments with his patients – 6-12 one hour treatments over a period of 4 months is usually sufficient to resolve most problems. While periodic "tune-ups" are helpful to maintain your results, these usually amount to a few treatments every 6-9 months or longer.
David teaches and lectures worldwide. He is also the resident documentarian for conferences sponsored by the Fascia Research Department at Ulm University, Germany. His book, "Fascia: What it Is and Why it Matters" (Handspring Press) is scheduled for publication by early 2017.
For more information, David invites you to visit his website, www.davidlesondak.com