Dr. Marciniak earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in Sports Medicine and Exercise Science from Canisius College (graduated cum laude in 2008) and went on to earn her Doctorate of Chiropractic from D’Youville College (graduated in 2012). Dr. Marciniak is certified in CAATE, SpiderTech kinesiology taping, as well as various forms of available adjusting techniques. She continues to regularly attend continuing education seminars in order to keep current with the continuously evolving profession of chiropractic.
Dr. Juliana Marciniak aspires to help people with pain and allow them to achieve peak performance health levels. Dr. Marciniak herself has maintained an active lifestyle since she was young. She competitively danced for 15 years, competitively cheered for four years, and has taught group fitness classes for several gyms throughout Buffalo, NY for 15 years. Dr. Marciniak enjoys combining her chiropractic education with her sports medicine and personal training experience. In doing so, she is able to provide her patients with a more functional and active role towards achieving healing and/or total wellness. In her free time Dr. Marciniak enjoys teaching spin at Saddle Indoor Cycling, kickboxing, running and enjoying the hidden secrets of Western New York.
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Dr. Marciniak has had the opportunity to work with the Canisius College Golden Griffins women’s lacrosse, men’s ice hockey, and women’s softball teams . She has also provided athletic training services to the Erie Community College Kats football team. Dr. Marciniak has had the pleasure of providing chiropractic services to the Buffalo Bandits, a pro lacrosse team. She has completed clinical rotations at Buffalo Spine and Sports Institute, Erie County Medical Center, and Good Neighbors Health Care Clinic. Dr. Marciniak has completed chiropractic research with Sisters of Charity Hospital, Sisters of Charity Hospital- St. Joseph Campus, as well as Erie County Medical Center.
She is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association, the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress and the National Association of Professional Women.