About Us

Michael Santipadri, DC

Michael Santipadri, DC graduated from the New York Chiropractic College in 2003. He is a second generation chiropractor and admits to having always had a fascination for chiropractic since he was a young boy. Michael's pre-chiropractic coursework was completed at Monroe Community College and Florida Atlantic University where he played NCAA Division 1 soccer.

Prior to moving into the Boston area, Michael completed his internship in Buffalo and treated the Buffalo Gladiators, a semi-professional football team. Dr. Santipadri has been practicing in the Back Bay since October 2004. He has treated a vast array of individuals from professional and elite athletes to local and professional actors, actresses, dancers and musicians.

Doctor Santipadri is a certified ART (active release technique) practitioner as well as a Graston Technique practitioner.

“ART and/or Graston technique along with therapeutic exercise and chiropractic adjustments allow for a very powerful therapeutic combination.”

When not at work, Michael enjoys spending time with his wife Sarah and 3 daughters Josefina, Sofia and Stella.


Harmony Bell, DC

Dr. Harmony Bell, a native New Englander from Mount Desert Island, is a 2015 graduate of New York Chiropractic College. Her interest in conservative pain management began at the University of New England where she double-majored in Neuroscience and Medical Biology. As a research intern at UNE, Dr. Bell studied the immunohistochemical markers of chronic pain due to spinal nerve injury. She became captivated by the effectiveness and practicality of chiropractic treatments in contrast to opioid management of musculoskeletal pain syndromes.

As an intern at the NYCC Outpatient Clinic, Dr. Bell received the “Outstanding Accomplishment in Diagnostic Courses” award for her work as a tutor and teacher’s assistant. During her clinical rotations Dr. Bell had the pleasure of working with the patients of the Bath VA Medical Center and Monroe Community Hospital; as well as the Elmira Pioneers, an amateur baseball league hosting D1/D2 athletes from around the country for off-season training.

While not in the office Dr. Bell volunteers her services at the Boston Benevolent Chiropractic Clinic, treating low-income individuals free of charge. She also enjoys chasing down Boston’s best food trucks with her partner, Mick, and tending to her many house plants.