Unlike conventional medicine which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, the care offered at Healing Hands emphasizes the importance of improving your health in an effort to reduce the risk of pain and illness in the first place. Given the option, most people would prefer to be healthy and avoid illness if possible, and Healing Hands can help those people achieve their health and wellness goals. For those patients who may already be in pain, Healing Hands offers a unique way to provide pain relief for many types of pain and conditions, including back pain, neck pain and more! Pain relief and pain prevention are two of the reasons that chiropractic, acupuncture, and sports medicine services have become so popular, both here in Greensboro and around the world.
If you have been suffering from back pain, don’t wait another second to begin your road to recovery! At Healing Hands, our chiropractic and soft tissue techniques can assist patients with the rediscovery of health and wellness that had been previously known but long lost. For others, the chiropractic journey may offer a new sense of balance and wellness that one has never before experienced. If you want to start living every day pain free, call us at 336-361-1790 to schedule an appointment!
People around the world are recognizing the benefit of seeking an alternative to traditional medicine, one that will help them achieve and maintain optimal health without requiring invasive treatments such as surgery. Please take the time to meet the chiropractor and our network of wellness care professionals dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives. As a patient at Healing Hands we will personally tailor a chiropractic and wellness program specifically targeted to your needs using the least invasive yet highly effective techniques and services.
Meet Our Providers
Dr. Damien Rodulfo
Dr. Rodulfo is a graduate of New York Chiropractic College. He received his Bachelor’s of Science in human biology from the State University of New York at Albany. While in chiropractic college, Dr. Rodulfo had a great interest in treating and rehabilitating athletes. He is currently certified in Active Release Techniques (ART, full body), SFMA, FMS, FAKTR, and Rock Tape FMT, and is a Newton and Pose certified running coach. Dr. Rodulfo is a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and the ACA Sport Council. He is the team chiropractor for the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG) and also affiliated with North Carolina A&T University .
In order to become certified as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP), Dr. Rodulfo has satisfied all educational eligibility requirements established by the ACBSP board and has demonstrated an acceptable and appropriate level of understanding and knowledge in all subject areas tested by the CCSP certification examination. All individuals certified by the ACBSP certification program must also demonstrate an ongoing professional commitment to the field of chiropractic sports medicine.
Dr. Megan Hendel
Dr. Megan Hendel is a Western New York native who graduated from D’Youville College where she received her Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine. She received her Bachelors in Health Care Studies and her Masters in Athletic Training from Daemen College located in Buffalo, New York. She has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2013. She has had a wide range of clinical experiences working with Division I athletes at the State University of New York at Buffalo and also professional athletes, as she spent a season with the Buffalo Bills. She also has clinic experience in a multidisciplinary practice as well as a hospital clinic. While simultaneously pursuing her Doctorate, Dr. Hendel also received her Masters in Business Administration. Dr. Hendel is a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and the National Athletic Training Association (NATA).
Rob Balkind MAc. LAc. is a Licensed Acupuncturist and owner of ABR Acupuncture in Greensboro, NC. He has over 18 years of experience working in pain management. After graduating from the Body Therapy Institute in 1996 for massage therapy, he went on to study neuromuscular therapy, and then received a multidisciplinary degree that combined athletic training and exercise sports science from Greensboro College in 2002.
Rob received his Master’s in Acupuncture from the Arizona School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2006 as well as a certification in Tuina (Chinese traditional massage techniques). Rob has completed the instructor training with Kinetacore continuing education company and has been an adjunct instructor teaching massage and trigger point therapy. He is certified with the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a Licensed Acupuncturist in North Carolina, and is certified in Functional Dry Needling.
Rob practices within Healing Hands Chiropractic in Greensboro NC. He co-treats with the chiropractors in his office and with physicians and physical therapists in the area.
Rob’s practice focuses on treating soft tissue dysfunction. He uses a combination of myofascial release and trigger point therapy with functional dry needling to increase mobility and to improve function.
When not working, Rob enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He also enjoys running with his dog and participating in CrossFit so that he can continue to keep up with his wife and daughter.
Rob’s website: www.abracupuncture.com
Pat earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire, which is also his hometown. He has worked in athletics for almost 10 years at the high school and college level, most recently with football at North Carolina A&T State University where he was part of the staff that won back-to-back-to-back HBCU National Championships.
He currently holds certifications in a variety of manual therapy techniques, including Graston, Active Release Technique, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and RockTape. Pat likes to incorporate a variety of treatments to help people feel and move better, such as cupping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Active Release Technique and corrective exercises.