Over 30 years ago something happened that changed my life forever. Back then, I was a sophomore in college, and doing well as a second basemen on the baseball team. Then, without warning, I started to develop low back pain that was so intense that playing baseball was out of the question.
The medical doctor's just gave me pills, and said it would eventually go away, but it didn't. In my prime, and missing out on what I had worked so hard for was frustrating. Scared, and upset, and not getting any better, my coach had no choice but to bench me. I was devastated.
Then, something happened that changed my life forever. My roommate took me to see a chiropractor.
Under his care, I was on the playing field again within a week, and doing better than before. Looking back, it's clear to me that meeting this chiropractor was the turning point in my life. In fact, it worked so well that I decided to go to chiropractic school myself.
I am a graduate from Life University School of Chiropractic in 1996 and have been in practice for thirteen years. I am proud to have eleven chiropractors in my family, one of which is my wife, Dr. Christine.
Leslie Giordano, APRN, FNP-C graduated from Indian River State College in 2011 with an Associates of Science in Nursing. She began her nursing career working in several different units, such as, Progressive Care, Surgical Intensive Care, Medical Intensive Care, Emergency Room as well as Nursing Supervisor. She continued her education with Excelsior College receiving her Bachelor's degree in 2014. While working as a Registered Nurse, Leslie continued her education receiving her Master's degree from Florida Atlantic University in 2018. She is currently working as a Family Nurse Practitioner in a primary care office on the Treasure Coast, making sure to take the time to listen to all of her patient's needs and concerns. Leslie takes pride in her work and has a passion for caring for all individuals. She is happily married with two children. Leslie enjoys spending time with her family, playing with her four chihuahua's and helping out with the family floral business.