Manhattan Avenue Chiropractic Associates is a full service chiropractic office offering the latest in diagnostic and therapeutic equipment including ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation, moist heat, cryotherapy and massage.


Newly added to our therapeutic regime is Spinal Decompression Therapy (DTS Therapy), a traction-based procedure designed to treat herniated discs, bulging discs, pinched nerves and sciatica. DTS Therapy has been shown to be an effective alternative in cases where spinal surgery is being considered.


If X-rays are required to diagnose a patient's condition, they are conveniently performed at our facility.


Additionally, we accept payment from most major medical insurances including, Oxford, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, United Health Care, Aetna,

Cigna, Fidelis, MetroPlus, Care Connect, Health First, MagnaCare, Medicare, No Fault, Workers' Compensation and many more.

It is our philosophy that chiropractic therapy is the most effective way to treat conditions of the musculoskeletal system that do not require surgery or medications. At Manhattan Avenue Chiropractic Associates, all patients receive a complete examination (physical, chiropractic, neurological and orthopedic) to insure that the patient problems are indeed musculoskeletal in nature. If after careful diagnostic evaluation

it is determined the patient's problems are physical, then a referral to the appropriate medical specialist is always performed.

Our office space consists of 2500 square feet. All treatment rooms have doors to insure patient privacy.

Our staff includes one chiropractor, two chiropractic assistants (both bi-lingual in either English and Spanish or English

and Polish), and a licensed massage therapist.

Dr. David Abott

Dr. David Abott graduated

from Syracuse University

with a Bachelor of Science

in biology, cum laude, in

1978. He furthered his education when he

graduated from National College of Chiropractic

in 1983 where he received

his doctorate. Dr. Abott

opened his location at 715 Manhattan Avenue, in the Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn in 1984.