Joshua Conzo, DC, CFMP grew up in a small town in central Pennsylvania. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Pennsylvania State University, where he studied Vertebrate Physiology and Chemistry. He then attended Palmer College of Chiropractic, where he obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic. During his time at Palmer, Dr. Conzo traveled to Fiji to help underprivileged families receive the medical care they needed.
Dr. Conzo has training in disorders of the endocrine system, immunology, and Graston. He has completed advanced training and certification in Functional Medicine from the Functional Medicine University, and he has over 200 hours towards his Nutrition Diplomate. He has received certifications from Bridgeport University in Mastering Functional Blood Chemistry and Mastering Functional Brain Chemistry. In 2016, Dr. Conzo will be pursuing his Functional Neurology Diplomate to focus on neurological factors that may be missed in the conventional medical setting.
One of the main goals at RedRiver Health and Wellness Center is to work with patients to improve their health, wellbeing, and quality of life. The RedRiver Health and Wellness Center team is passionate about helping ailing patients achieve optimal health, and we truly care about the success of each and every patient.
RedRiver chiropractic physicians are great advocates for prescribing physicians and endocrinologists. In fact, many of our patients see their prescribing physician(s) more frequently while under our care than they would otherwise. Our goal is not to replace our patients’ primary care physicians and specialists, but to complement their care by providing patients with nutrition, diet, lifestyle and educational support and strategies. This way, patients can learn to manage their symptoms more efficiently. We have developed rewarding relationships with many prescribing physicians across the country, and we strive to continue to building relationships with MDs, DOs, NPs, and NMDs. When health professionals can work together for the benefit of the patient’s health, it becomes a win/win situation for the one who matters most—the patient.