Keri Lewin completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Sherman
College of Straight Chiropractic, graduating with honors as well
as receiving the B.J. Palmer Philosophy Award and the Distinguished
Service Award. Keri has received advanced level certification
in Network Spinal Analysis and has specialized in light force
techniques for over 8 years. Because of her expertise, she has
been chosen to teach technique to chiropractors here and abroad
as part of the Master Piece Training Camp alongside
other nationally renowned chiropractors.
Dr. Keri Lewin is also the co-host of a weekly radio show called,
"Family Matters: The Mind Body Connection". This show
airs on Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on 1490 AM WBCB.
The show highlights many issues in the realm of alternative health
care. It often includes guests such as alternative health care
practitioners, experts and authors of newly published books. Dr.
Lewin can be heard on the air every other week.
Michael Guinosso started as a chiropractic patient at the age
of 15. The positive impact that chiropractic care had on his
life piqued an early interest in the neurology and the nervous
system. He graduated from Haverford College with a Bachelors
in Psychology and a concentration in Neural sciences. A Deans
List student, he received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree
from Sherman College of Chiropractic.
Keri and Michael are married and are co-practitioners at Sage
Chiropractic. Together, they work to bring a greater understanding
and experience of health and life to their local community.
They actively train physically and academically to expand their
skills and knowledge of the human body, the art, science, and
philosophy of chiropractic. Dr. Guinosso also practices in satellite
locations in the Center Club Gyms in Buckingham and Newtown,