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Dr. Bradley Visconti, Owner

Bradley Visconti was born and raised in Sharon, CT and graduated from Housatonic High School in 2009. Throughout high school, he excelled in lacrosse and wrestling and frequently visited a chiropractor to prepare him for his games and matches. Bradley knew by high school that he wanted to become a chiropractor. He decided on Springfield College where he wrestled during his collegiate career and exceled with his studies. He graduated from Springfield and received his Bachelor of Science degree in 2013. Bradley then embarked to New York Chiropractic College where he graduated in December 2016 and received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Bradley is an active member of the Rehab to Performance Club and took advantage of many different elective courses such as ConnectX muscle therapy, Advanced Sports Performance, Clinical Anatomy, and much more. He is a dedicated individual and has a passion of educating patients about health and prevention of injury. Bradley plans to target individuals 45 and over and to focus on helping them continue to have a healthy way of living for years to come. With his compassionate personality and sunny disposition, Bradley looks forward to creating Back to Motion Rehab and Fitness in the West Hartford area and maintaining a successful facility.


Dr. Mike Swierczynski, DC, MS 

Dr. Mike graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He received his doctorate from the University of Bridgeport in December 2000 and a Masters Degree in Nutrition in 2001. 

Dr. Mike is in his 21st year of practice. As a Wolcott chiropractor and rehab therapist and Wallingford chiropractor and rehab therapist.  He lectures for local businesses and organizations and is an active member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Association (and former District Director), American Chiropractic Association Council on Occupational Health and the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Mike is licensed by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He was a former Board Member for the Wallingford Vikings American Youth Football league as the league's Safety Coordinator. 

He has written an ebook on fibromyalgia treatment called; Attacking Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue and has completed a 50 hour program in car accidents and whiplash by The Spine Institute of San Diego. He was also the president and one of the founders of Work Safe Centers of America. 

He recently has completed 60 hours of continuing education set forth by the NSCA Certification Executive Committee for completing the Cressey Performance Elite Baseball Mentorship program for evaluating and treating the upper and lower extremities of baseball players, especially pitchers but can be applied to any patient. During this program he studied and had hands on experience with pitching mechanics and analyzing and treating movement patterns that can lead to dysfunction and injuries.​​


Samantha Paul, Personal Trainer


Samantha was raised in Ashford, CT. As a child she was very active and her favorite activities consisted of playing Softball, Football, and Field Hockey. Studying at Manchester Community College she pursued a career in Nursing and became a Patient Care Associate. While in College, Samantha had two children and gained over 150 pounds, topping out at over 340 pounds. Realizing how unhealthy her life had become, she took the steps necessary to life a healthier lifestyle. After achieving her weight loss goal of losing 170 pounds, she began participating in multiple types of athletic events such as road races, trail events and obstacle course racing. Realizing she needed a healthier career so she would not fall back into old habits, she began to pursue personal training. Now, as a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, with specializations in weight loss, group training, TRX suspension training, and soon to be corrective exercise. Steph is ecstatic to join the Back To Motion Team!


Alexis Chambers, Office Manager


Alexis has been an Office Manager with Back to Motion for over four years. Her ultimate goal is to provide exemplary customer service to patients regarding any questions or concerns they may have with billing, treatment plans, or even just emotional support. Alexis enjoys working with Back to Motion because she knows that the patients needs are always met. Back to Motion has been more than just a career for her. She has been able to make more positive lifestyle choices in terms of diet and exercise as well as establishing a career path in physical therapy. Alexis has seen the positive impact that chiropractic care has inflicted on the patient’s of BTM and hopes to continue to positively make a difference by teaching others of the importance of healthy lifestyle choices.

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