Dr. Aaron Salinger
Dr. Aaron first became interested in chiropractic care at a very young age, while sustaining a multitude of injuries as a child actively participating in many sports and activities. Chiropractic care is largely what got him through his younger years. He is a 2006 graduate of National University of Health Sciences with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and a B.S. in Human Biology and a 2003 graduate of Brown University with a B.A. in Community Health.
As a former Brown University pole vaulter, Dr. Salinger maintains an interest in track and field and is experienced in treating all types of athletic injuries. He has had extensive training in lower extremity and gait evaluation, as well as in active rehabilitation and weight training.
Dr. Aaron’s mission is to educate and adjust as many families as possible to help them achieve optimal health. We all visit dentists every six months to get our teeth checked and keep them healthy; why wouldn’t we have our spines checked regularly, as well? Knowledge is power; Dr. Aaron empowers his patients to make informed decisions about their health. He lives in Johnston with his wife Sherrie and their two children, Nathan and Haley.
Nicole Celseti, Chiropractic Assistant
Nicole is a firm believer in chiropractic care since she became a patient at the young age of 16. With the desire to help others, Nicole started working for a chiropractor in the late 1990s. Yet with a passion for animals, Nicole worked as a veterinary technician for the last several years. Being able to provide back to the community, Nicole also volunteered at a local animal shelter.
Today Nicole came to us at Balance Chiropractic & Wellness Center and continues on the board of
directors for the Northern Rhode Island Food Pantry.
Nicole lives in Cumberland with her children, beagles, cats, and a rabbit.
Lauri Lee, Social Media Director
Lauri started at Balance Chiropractic & Wellness Center as a patient and then came to work with Dr. Aaron in January 2016. She became a believer in the benefits of chiropractic care in Atlanta several years ago, where after a few adjustments, her seasonal allergies disappeared.
Lauri has a B.A. from Amherst College and an M.Ed. from the University of Maryland, and she writes the education column for East Side Monthly magazine. She is also responsible for our Facebook posts. Not surprisingly, she particularly enjoys the patient education part of our practice.
She lives on the East Side of Providence with her husband, dog, and cat. She has two grown children.