Dr. Barry Hazen D.C., C.C.S.P


Chiropractor

Dr. Barry Hazen was born and raised in Northern New York along the border to Quebec. Growing up on a dairy farm, Dr. Hazen has experienced how different types of stress can affect the body and the mind. As avid football player, Dr. Hazen has been a patient of chiropractic medicine for many years. After graduating in 2011 from New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Hazen joined a practice in Broomall, PA. Since then, he has taken a great interest in sports chiropractic, becoming a certified sports chiropractic physician in April 2015. He can now help past and current athletes recover and perform better in their sport here in the Lancaster area.

Dr. Hazen moved to Lancaster County in September 2015 with his family. He now lives in Strasburg with his wife and their newborn son.

Education

  • SUNY Potsdam, NY 2007
  • Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
  • SUNY Potsdam, NY 2008
  • Master of Science Teaching, Chemistry
  • New York College of Chiropractic, 2011
  • Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine

Certifications & Memberships

  • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician, 2015
  • Member of PA Chiropractic Association, current

Past Experience

  • Chiropractic Intern, Depew, NY
  • Associate Chiropractor, Broomall, PA
  • Functional Evaluator, Phila, PA

Danica Taylor, LMT

Massage Therapist

A Lancaster county native, and Pequea Valley graduate, Danica has a passion for helping people. As a life long athlete, she’s felt the pain, discomfort, and stress that the human body can take on. Danica attended the York campus of Baltimore School of Massage, from 2011-2012 and took her licensure exam soon after. While working at a local spa, Danica was able to focus on modalities that enabled her to help her clients feel relief from their aches and pains. She is excited to use her skills and experience to help clients here at Active Family Chiropractic.

Danica lives in Gap with her husband and young daughter.


Brenna Osmolinski MSN, FNP-C

For as long as I can remember, even back to my childhood, I wanted to help others. I started my Reiki practice in 2005 while in Nursing School because I felt I could reach out to my patients in a more personal way. I quickly realized the importance of emotional health as well as physical health for true recovery.

I entered the healing profession in 2007 as a Registered Nurse and practiced in the hospital setting for most of my career. Since 2015, I am a practicing Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner in the family practice setting. While my career has provided me with great knowledge and growth, I have learned the importance of connecting with others and the impact that a comforting touch of a hand can have for someone who is suffering in pain or emotional turmoil. That is Reiki and it has become a part of my daily practice. I am excited to share it with you!

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