Dr. Nickalos L. Peterson is a graduate from National College (1976). Before undergoing his training for Chiropractic School, he obtained a B.S. degree in Psychology from Iowa State University. Immediately after that, he was drafted and served the country in the Vietnam War as a paramedic. He was also awarded a Bronze Star for his exemplary service.
After retiring honorably, he started practicing as a chiropractor in Ridgefield, Connecticut and has been doing this for the last 30 years. He relocated to the present office about 25 years ago and has been successfully practicing from this site until the present day. In order to serve his patients better, Dr. Peterson has updated his working knowledge by being a:
o C.C.S.P. Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician from New York College of Chiropractic (1993)
o Team Chiropractor for the Connecticut Wolves professional soccer team
o International Academy of Medical Acupuncture 2002
o Or being a leading authority on the Dr. Cox Distraction Technique for disc cases
o CT Chiropractic Association A.C.A.