Benjamin T. Andrulot, BA, DC
Ben is the chiropractor at the Life Center for Health at 47 Main St. Orleans and practices at the Life Center office in Provincetown ( 26 Court St.). His work is very thorough, using hands on assessment and muscle testing to specifically identify postural habits that can be the root of joint and muscle discomfort and pain.
He uses many modalities, including the Graston Technique and has a vast understanding of anatomy and movement. Ben makes it a point to educate his clients so that they understand the treatment they receive and can actively improve their condition through “homework” that he offers them. Massage therapists often work hand in hand with Dr Ben to help his clients get the treatment outside of his office that will further enhance their healing. He offers educational classes and seminars. He is known for his drive and persistence to help a client get to the root of the issue. His background education includes:
Doctor of Chiropractic Degree
New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, NY
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA 2000
Major in Psychology
Windsor and West Hartford, CT Hartford Medical Group, Hartford Hospital
~ Practiced chiropractic in multi-disciplinary supervised Medical Health Centers
~ Evaluated, diagnosed and treated patients utilizing manual manipulation, therapeutic modalities, rehabilitation exercises, and education
~ Participated in medical rounds with neurological, orthopedic, and physiatric medicine
Mount Sinai - North Shore Medical Group Observational Internship-2003
Walter F. Siller, Jr., M.D.
~ Observe radiological procedures and interpretations of plain film, doppler ultrasound, diagnostic ultrasound, mammography, and bone densitometry
Clifton Springs Hospital-Radiology Dept. Internship 2002/03
~ Assisted radiology technicians in positioning, reading, and developing radiographic films as well as observe various procedures in MRI, CT, nuclear medicine, surgery and fluoroscopy
~ NIMMO Receptor Tonus Technique Seminars-Certified
~ Three Hands-on workshops including moderated group discussion focusing on diagnosis and treatment of myofascial pain syndromes of specific muscle groups.