Dr. Mike McCorkle

My treatment philosophy is rooted in my personal experiences. Growing up in West Chester, I participated in several sports and activities. A spinal fracture at age fourteen led me to my first experience with chiropractic, which was successful in fast tracking my recovery so I could return to sport.

I attended nearby Malvern Preparatory School where I was fortunate enough to receive treatment and education from one of the best High School Sports Medicine Departments in the country. Following my time at Malvern, I attended the University of New Haven to continue my passion of playing football. Several concussions later, I decided to put my health and future well-being first and transferred to West Chester University. After struggling with the side-effects of multiple career ending injuries, I developed my passion - understanding what makes the body work and how to improve my own quality of life. This passion led me to New York Chiropractic College, where I honed the skills needed to help those around me live happier, healthier, active lives.

One of my greatest learning experiences during my time at New York Chiropractic College, was the Veterans Affairs Medical Center Honors Program at the Buffalo Veteran Affairs Hospital. This program gave me the opportunity to provide our military veterans with comprehensive chiropractic services, managing complex cases including chronic pain, co-morbidities, polypharmacy, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

My time as an athlete initiated this passion in movement and functional training. Years of exercise, personal training, and rehabilitation has given me great appreciation for the importance of exercise as medicine. It is my personal goal to help each of my patients improve their current state of health whether that be an acute injury, chronic pain, or those who want to achieve their highest level of performance.



    Dr. Victoria Cruciani

    For as long as I can remember, health and wellness have been a passion of mine. I began playing competitive volleyball at the age of 13, and my experiences as an athlete only made my passion grow stronger. I began to understand how much my overall health impacted how I played, and it pushed me to learn more about exercise, nutrition and the way the human body worked. 


    I attended Pope John Paul II High School where my life as a student-athlete took off. Throughout high school, I played for a National Club Volleyball Team, where I traveled all over the country to compete. This devotion eventually gave me to the opportunity to play at the collegiate level, and I was grateful enough to play volleyball at West Chester University of Pennsylvania from 2014 to 2018. I balanced my love for volleyball with my passion for health, as I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University.


    When I graduated from West Chester University, I decided to continue my education at Northeast College of Health Sciences (formerly known as New York Chiropractic College). I received my Doctorate in Chiropractic in December of 2022 and began to pursue my passion of providing holistic healthcare.  I’ve always enjoyed being around kids, so I started researching more about pediatric chiropractic care. This quickly developed into a something I knew I wanted to do in practice. By the end of my educational career at Northeast College, I became the president of the Pediatric and Family Practice club. I was fortunate enough to get the opportunity to treat multiple pregnant patients and children of all ages while completing my clinical rotations at Seneca Falls Health Center. I went on to receive my Webster Technique Certification, which is a chiropractic technique designed specifically for those who are pregnant. While I still provide exceptional care to patients of all ages, I specialize in pregnancy and pediatric chiropractic care. 


    Whether it is reaching athletic goals, achieving developmental milestones, preparing to bring life into the world or simply just getting through each day without pain; I provide individualized care to get you and your loved ones moving and feeling their best. It is an honor and privilege to be able to provide safe and effective chiropractic care to the West Chester community.



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