In the News / Recognition / Professional Associations

As leaders in our profession, we have always been at the forefront of the advancement of the chiropractic profession since 1959. Here are the links to a few of our current news articles, awards and publications.

In the News



Presentations / Webinars

  • June 2018: Presentation on “Flexibility Ergonomics, and Motion” at Corning Incorporated, Sullivan Park Research Facility
  • January 2019: Webinar for NYSCA on Cervical Spine Care: Alternatives to High Velocity Low Amplitude (HVLA) Spinal Manipulation
  • December 2019: Continuing education webinar, “A Journal Review: Assessment Strategies Prior to Cervical Spine Manipulation. How to identify good quality studies”. The webinar was hosted by the New York Chiropractic College and New York State Chiropractic Association.
  • October 6, 2020: NASS (North American Spine Society). Dr. Kartzman was given the great honor to be a moderator for the Interdisciplinary Spine Forum virtual conference. Each interview lasted 30 minutes. He was joined by Kush K. Goyal, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic, Brian Justice, DC, Medical Director of Excellus BCBS and Christopher Bono, MD, of Massachusetts General Hospital & Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School. The topic was “The Role of the First Contact and Patient Interaction in an Attempt to Improve Prognosis and Reduce Chronicity in Patients with Spine Pain.”
  • October 10, 2020: MARCOEM (Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Occupational & Environmental Medicine). Dr. Kartzman was invited to present at the 2020 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Occupational & Environmental Medicine. This conference was hosted in collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety & Health and the Mid-Atlantic Occupational and Environmental Medical Associations. He presented, “The role of initial patient interactions in an attempt to improve prognosis & reduce chronicity in work related back & neck injuries.”
  • February and March 2021: Two-Part NYSCA Continuing Education Live Webinar. Part 1 – “Our role as Doctors of Chiropractic to improve prognosis and reduce chronicity” with the goal to recognize chronicity and tendency to chronicity as co-morbidities affecting outcomes. Part 2 – “Applications to reduce chronicity and improve prognosis in Workers’ Compensation patients”
  • October 2021: Dr. Kartzman presented at the NASS (North American Spine Society) Boston Convention. The topic for the Interdisciplinary Spine Forum: “Chronic Spine Pain in the Multi-Disciplinary Setting: Concepts and Applications Part II. He presented with Michael Suer, MD, Pain Management at the University of Wisconsin, Lynn Gufeld, NP, VCU Department of Orthopedics in Richmond, VA, and Andrew Rothchild, PT, Richmond, VA.
  • February 2022: NYSCA Continuing Education Live Webinar “The Sacro-iliac Joint: Why Does it Hurt?” The goal of the course was to review the anatomy and function of the sacro-iliac (SI) joint, explore the SI Joint as a pain generator and interface the lumbar spine and hip.
  • April 2022: Presenter at the NYSCA 2022 Spring Convention, Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort, Uncasville, CT. ”Rehabilitation of the Chronic (and Not Yet Chronic) Spine Patient”. The course objective was to understand the tendencies to become chronic, learn to alleviate the challenges of the management of the chronic spine patient, and to build a thought process for developing a rehabilitation program for these patients.

Professional Associations

Dr. David Kartzman

NYSCA (New York State Chiropractic Association)

  • Member since 1990
  • Past President, District 16
  • Delegate to the House, 2000-2005 & 2015 to present
  • Board of Directors, 2005-2007
  • Past Chair, Membership Committee, through 2007
  • Past Chair, Research Committee, through 2007
  • Award of Merit, 2004

North American Spine Society

  • Accepted for membership in 2015
  • Section on Rehabilitation, Interventional, and Medical Spine – accepted for committee membership through 2018
  • Section on Interdisciplinary Spine Care – current member

Foundation for Chiropractic Progress

  • Member 2018 to present

Corning Rotary

  • Member 2016 to present, Rotary Youth Exchange Officer
Chiropractors join effort to fight opioid crisis
National Chiropractic Health Month
Community Integrated Spine Program
Cervical Spine Care Presentation by Dr. David Kartzman
David Kartzman - 2019 Rotarian of the Year Award