- Physical Therapy
- Auto Injuries
Dr. Hancock is native to Florida, born and raised in Dade City where he attended Pasco High School. He then attended The University of South Florida where he earned a Bachelors degree. After graduating, he would attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange FL where he earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is board certified in Chiropractic and Physiotherapy.
He chose to come back to the Wesley Chapel area to give back to the community. He has spent much of his professional time learning the latest treatments. During high school, Dr. Hancock was injured while participating in competitive athletics, traditional treatments were not working so he visited a chiropractor. He found instant relief and was able to return to competition. His family would decide at point, that chiropractic was an essential part to their health, not just for injuries, but for a better quality of life. He was so impressed by the outcome of his treatment he decided to pursue a career in Chiropractic.
Dr Hancock has spent much of his professional time perfecting treatment protocols for many common ailments that patients suffer from including but not limited to, Migraine head aches, neck and back pains, extremity pains, nerve pain, radiating pains, muscle weakness, muscle imbalances and postural corrections. He has found that incorporating a Physical Therapist and massage therapist into the clinic help to achieve maximum outcomes. He always puts the patient’s best interest first. The entire team works off results and focuses on tailoring a plan specific to your needs. This one on one approach has proven to be very beneficial; it has translated directly to patient results.Dr. Hancock is married and resides in Land O Lakes. In his spare time he enjoys being outdoors, fishing and exercising.Dr. Hancock is native to Florida, born and raised in Dade City where he attended Pasco High School. He then attended The University of South Florida where he earned a Bachelors degree. After graduating, he would attend Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange FL where he earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is board certified in Chiropractic and Physiotherapy.
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Dr Esperansa Niño is a Chiropractic Physician who received her doctorate in Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, Florida. Originally from Lake Wales, FL she graduated from Lake Wales High School with high honors and moved to Tampa, FL to attend The University of South Florida. She graduated from USF with honors with a degree in Biology and minor in Biomedical Sciences. She completed her Chiropractic preceptor-ship in Tampa FL with a focus in integrative medicine.
Dr Niño was led into the profession as a young adult after many of her loved ones were diagnosed with chronic illnesses and not enough education and treatment options were being offered. Dr Niño realized that the key to optimum health is treating the whole body not just the symptoms. She believes in a hands-on approach to health care to correct imbalances through natural healing. This includes a detailed patient examination, patient education, nutritional and supplemental recommendations and lifestyle counseling with rehabilitation. She also believes that each patient deserves the kind of compassionate care a physician would provide their own family member.
On her free time she enjoys spending quality time with her fiancé, family, friends and her cocker spaniel mix. She values God, family and helping others. She also enjoys anything that involves the outdoors such as running, hiking and going to the beach.
Justin Spiegel PT, DPT, CMP hails from upstate New York where he graduated from Houghton College in 2003 with a Bachelors degree in Biology with minors in athletic training and psychology. He immediately entered graduate school at the State University of New York at Buffalo where he completed his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2007. While attending graduate school he participated in several research projects centered around neuro-musclular junctions and is awaiting publication of the study entitled: “Neuromuscular Synapse Elimination is Delayed Following NMDA Receptor Blockade in Neonatal Mice.” Personius KE, Spiegel JM, Supple KH, Karnes JL.
In 2007, Justin relocated to Tampa, Florida with his wife and began his career in outpatient therapy. In Late 2007, he began seeing patients in the home and has been active in providing home care to a wide variety of patients.
Justin has demonstrated significant interest in the fields of manual therapy as well as vestibular rehabilitation (including vertigo, dizziness and balance disturbances), which has melded well with the home care and outpatient population. Justin has also followed his manual interests and has gained certification in the Mulligan Concept, which is based on pain-free mobilization of joints through the range of motion. Justin is just one of five clinicians certified in this technique in the state of Florida. For more information, please visit www.bmulligan.com.
Robby Bell is originally from Jackson, MS. He lived in Los Angeles, CA for 3 years where he earned an Associate’s Degree of Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Concorde Career College. Since graduating he relocated to Tampa, FL where he passed his National boards and the Florida State Licensure Exam to become licensed to practice Physical Therapy in the state of Florida.
In his experience playing sports throughout high school and college soccer he was trained in many ways that relate specifically to Physical Therapy. That training includes but is not limited to strength, endurance, cardiovascular, stretching, agility, balance and coordination. This early athletic training is what gave him many of the tools he uses today in practicing Physical Therapy, Rehab, and General Wellness.
Robby is married and recently moved to New Tampa. When not working he enjoys exercising, being outdoors and anything sports related. He is a dedicated Florida Gator since age 2 and lives an Orange and Blue lifestyle. GO GATORS!!!!!