Dr. Marini has contributed nationally throughout the chiropractic profession. Awarded ProSolutions "Chiropractor of the Year" in 2003, Dr. Marini has been a guest lecturer and continuing education instructor on the advances in chiropractic technology, treatment protocols, and patient rehabilitation.
His dedication to the profession has been recognized by being appointed a member of the Ambassador Club of the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance. He has appeared on national televisions' Good Morning America health care segment. He is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA and is a member of the International Chiropractic Honor Society.
Innovator and Inventor...
Through years of working with patients, Dr. Marini noticed a need to allow patients to perform more efficient rehab while reducing the complicated nature of the process. The search for the solution resulted in his development and co-invention of the StretchTowel. This all-in-one rehab and sports towel is now used by some of the worlds top professional athletes as well as college, high school, and amateur athletes and patients throughout the US and Canada. The StretchTowel is recognized for its unique ability to provide improved flexibility with maximal comfort and compliance. Learn More...
Actively involved and knowledgeable of golf fitness, injury evaluation, and golf bio-mechanics, Dr. Marini has provided care for members of the PGA, Champions Tour, LPGA, and Nationwide tour. He has enjoyed working with a number of local PGA professionals regarding the importance of stretching, injury prevention and fitness as it pertains to these Pros and their members.
Dr. Marini is a long standing member of the Massachusetts Chiropractic Society. Locally he has enjoyed speaking and providing education to Police and Fire agencies, Industry and Corporations, schools, professional and civic groups.
Dr. Marini is a native of Woburn. Prior to receiving his Doctorate Degree, he received his bachelors' degree from Merrimack College. Outside of the "office", Dr. Marini enjoys family time with his wife and 2 children. He is also an active member in his church music program.