Dr. Scott A. Rubin DC, DACBSP
Scott A. Rubin DC, DACBSP has been a practicing Chiropractor and Pilates instructor in St. Petersburg, Fl since 1995.
Dr. Rubin continued with his education by getting certifications in Acupuncture, applied kinesiology, Graston, Active Release Technique (ART), full body certified, and part of the elite provider network, certified through the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), certified power Pilates instructor (600 hours), and 200 hours yoga teacher training.
His most recent certification is a Diplomat in sports Medicine, (DACBSP), certified in Functional Movement Screenings (FMS). He is currently a treating physician for the United States Olympic training centers.
Dr. Rubin has done rotations in Chula Vista Olympic training center and Lake Placid, NY. His greatest accomplishments are his two daughters, Raquel, a college student., and Jessie a college student at Savannah College of Art and Design. He has a dog LoLa., and gives to the Southeastern Guide Dogs.
Dr. David J. Pizzi DC, DACO, CCSP
Dr. Pizzi was born and raised in Niagara Falls, Canada. He obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, California in 2004. Shortly after graduation, Dr. Pizzi accepted a position in Hartford, Connecticut working in a multidisciplinary clinic treating many traumatically injured patients. In 2008, he moved to Western New York and began working in association with a medical group that incorporated pain management, physical therapy, mental wellness, yoga and chiropractic care.
Early in practice, Dr. Pizzi recognized the great need for effective manual treatment of musculoskeletal disorders other than those only involving the spine. To further his understanding of such conditions, he enrolled in a three year post graduate Orthopedic Diplomate program through National University of Health Sciences and became board certified with the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedics. He also has certifications in Whiplash Injury Biomechanics and Traumatology, Rocktape and FMS (Functional Movement Systems). Dr. Pizzi specializes in the treatment of soft tissue dysfunctions found within muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia. He is full body certified in Active Release Techniques (ART®) and certified in Graston Technique®. His most recent academic achievement is successfully completing course work in sports medicine becoming a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP®). Additional training beyond his chiropractic education has made his job very rewarding; allowing him to offer patients more options which often result in better treatment outcomes.
Outside of work, he enjoys exercise, hockey and spending time with his wife Jocelyn and two boys Gionni and Marco.
Dr. Ricardo Marquetti, DC CCSP
Dr. Ricardo Marquetti earned his Doctorate degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, CA. He holds a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from California State University East Bay. During his undergraduate years he suffered a shoulder injury that left him frustrated an unable to swim, after many futile doctor and physical therapy visits he found help in Chiropractic. This single event made him pursue his doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Marquetti also has been a Massage Therapist for over 15 years. The experience during these years has been crucial when treating soft tissue injuries.
His focus is to help patients with pain reduction and restore function with the goal to reduce the need for pain medication. Additionally, he works to improve mobility and overall range of motion to enhance the quality of life of each of his patients. By increasing mobility and reducing pain through Chiropractic, physical therapy modalities and soft tissue treatments, he removes interferences allowing the body to reach its maximum potential.
As a former long-distance triathlete including 3x Ironman finishes; and a windsurfer for over twenty years he is familiar with many running, swimming and repetitive stress injuries. His interest in sports and human performance led him to continue post-graduate courses and acquire his Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP).
Dr. Marquetti has worked with athletes of all levels, from competitive runners to gym enthusiasts to decrease recovery time and optimize performance.
John Reichard, LMT – Massage Therapist MA 39735
John got his initial training at THE HUMANITY CENTER for massage therapy, in Pinellas Park, FL, in 2003. The SET (Structural Energetic Therapy®) training was learned under Don McCann, MA, LMT, LMHC, CSETT in Lutz, FL. Don has been developing Structural Energetic Therapy® for over 30 years. Structural Energetic Therapy® integrates myofascial restructuring, emotional energy release, acupressure, kinesiology (muscle testing), postural analysis, scar tissue and adhesion release, deep tissue therapy and rehabilitative techniques. SET also effectively treats multiple conditions, such as:
Upper Body: carpal tunnel, neck pain, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, nerve entrapment’s, frozen shoulder, headaches, trigger finger, TMJ, strains/sprains
Lower Body: back pain, sciatic pain, hip pain, knee pain, foot pain, plantar fascitis, heel spurs, strains/sprains, nerve entrapment’s
General Conditions: tendonitis, surgical scars and adhesion’s, nerve entrapment’s, arthritis, joint inflexibility, strains and muscle pulls, fibromyalgia, lupus, scoliosis, hiatal hernias, and much more.
Learn more at: http://www.structuralenergetictherapy.com/information.
Mike Quinn LMT, CPT, CSCS, CHC
Mike spent the first 4 years after graduating high school as a Master-at-arms in the United States Navy. Upon returning home he attended and graduated from the University of Akron in Akron, OH with a bachelor’s in exercise science in 2009. After graduation Mike relocated to Tampa, FL and shortly thereafter enrolled in the massage therapy program at Cortiva Institute. He spent the next few years working as a massage therapist in chiropractic offices, and during that time also obtained his personal training, strength and conditioning, and health coaching certifications. Mike is a firm believer in the role that functional movement plays in any rehabilitation process and emphasizes this belief in his one on one instruction with patients on a daily basis. Outside of the office Mike writes health and fitness articles for multiple online blogs, and competes in men’s physique competitions
Sierra Oriana McRae MA78117
Sierra is a CORE institute graduate, class of 2006. Originally from Tampa, Florida she found her love for massage at a young age while performing for Tampa Bay Ballet. Dance helped Sierra learn about body function and movement, and how important it is to maintain healthy alignment. Sierra Specializes in CORE myofascial therapy, neuromuscular therapy, Thai massage, pre and postnatal, aromatherapy, injury specific.
Hester Hardesty Mobayed, SET MA61751
Hester completed training in Massage Therapy from Cortiva Institute in 2010 and has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since. Graduated from Saint Petersburg College and currently working to obtain a Bachelor’s in Psychology. Hester is a Structural Energetic Therapist since 2013 and completed training in Cranial/Structural Spinal Stabilization/Structural Sub-Patterns and Therapeutic Techniques Phase I & II, Advanced Techniques for Releasing Emotional Energy, and Advanced Energetic Cranial/Structural Releases. Hester has also completed Teacher/Assistant Training in Structural Energetic Therapy and certified to teach. As well as working as an LMT, Hester is also an Instructor for Cortiva Institute teaching Professional Ethics and Communication as well as Neuromuscular and Sports massage. Hester is very passionate about her work and loves teaching.
Lori Kresho – Practice Administrator
Lori Kresho has a degree in Business management. She has over 25 years experience in the Medical field. She comes to Rubin Health Center with lots of experience in not only management, but also billing, insurance and finances. Lori has 3 grown children and loves to spend time with her grandchildren.