Dr.William J. Boro
Dr. Boro uses multiple modalities, evaluating structural, chemical and mental aspects of health using manual muscle testing with other standard methods of diagnosis. When he finds muscles out of balance, he will try to find out why they are not working properly and work out a treatment plan that will best balance the muscles. It is Dr. Boro's opinion that if muscles are not functioning as they should be, there is a reason for it. Muscles only do what they are told to do. If they are not responding, it is because they are not being told to respond...by the nervous system. The function of our musculoskeletal system is a reflection of neurological activity. Exercise alone cannot make a dysfunctioning muscle work. You have to reconnect the nerve supply...chiropractically.
Dr. Boro graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic with over 5000 class hours. He attended Logan after receiving a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Biology and Chemistry from Brandeis University, and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Wesleyan University.
He has trained under some amazing innovators in chiropractic, and specializes in very specific, low-force techniques and the application of nutrition as a method of improving a person's health naturally. He is certified as a Chiropractic Industrial Consultant with training in how to reduce risks of Workers Compensation injuries. Dr. Boro is one of 9 doctors in the five-state area with Advanced Sacro-Occipital Technique certification, and one of 125 doctors worldwide with Craniopath Certification (only 2 in Maryland). In 2014, he received his Diplomate International Craniopathic Society (DICS) from SORSI. He is on the SOTO-USA Advisory Committee and Research Committee.
The philosophy that Dr. Boro works by includes continuing education as a major way to keep up with new scientific research. Chiropractors are required to take 24 hours of continuing education per year to keep their license. Dr. Boro exceeds this. He has enjoyed classes recently such as Cranial Fluid Dynamics, Metabolic Biotransformation and Lyme Disease: Masking as Musculoskeletal Disorders.
As a strong advocate of education, Dr. Boro is the developer of Advanced Chiropractic Technique™ and Advanced Manual Technique™, an amalgamation of all that he has learned. He is certified for continuing education credits for Chiropractors and Massage Therapists. He has also enjoyed being an assistant teacher for SOTO, SORSI, and Barral Institute.
Dr. Boro has enjoyed much community work in the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County area. He has been on the Board of Directors for the Annapolis Holistic Health Center (1986-1995), The Entrepreneurs Exchange (1988-1995), and the Maryland Chapter of United Cerebral Palsy (1987-1989). He is professionally affiliated with Maryland Chiropractic Association, Maryland Association of Innovative Health Practitioners, National Wildlife Federation and the New York Academy of Sciences. He is licensed to practice in Maryland, Iowa, California and Colorado.