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RIGEL & RIGELCHIROPRACTORS (Manu Medica s.r.l.) is a father and son practice leading to a worthy professional blend of experience and update clinical expertise. Dr. Thomas graduated from the National University of Health Sciences and in 1971 established practice in Rome. Dr. Daniel joined the practice after graduation from Life Chiropractic College West in 2006. The practice represents the earliest and most renowned health care service in Rome focused on spinal related problems and their conservative management. Evaluations of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system are thorough and the general state of health of the individual, including history and review of clinical examinations, are always considered before and within eventual therapeutic initiatives. Treatment is individual and custom fit in accordance to the patient needs and expectations, but always abides to the classical chiropractic approach to health care.

Via Flaminia, 53 ROMA – Tel. 06 322.5847  –  06 322.5855


Dr. Thomas E. Rigel
Doctor of Chiropractic
– National College of Chiropractic – Doctor of Chiropractic Degree (1970)
– Diplomate: National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
– Licensed in the State of Tennessee
(chiropractic physician)
– International Chiropractors Association
– European Chiropractors’ Union
– Associazione Italiana Chiropratici
– Federation Internationle Chiropratique Sportive
– ACA Council of Diagnostic Imaging

Dr. Daniel T. Rigel
Doctor of Chiropractic
– Life Chiropractic College West – Doctor of Chiropractic Degree  (2006)
– John Cabot University – Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs (2001)
– Carrick Institute of Graduate Studies – Chiropractic Functional Neurology – 2006 – ongoing
– State Licenses: “chiropractic physician”
    California-2007 (active)
    New York-2006 (active)
    Ohio-2006 (active)
– National Board of Chiropractic Examiners: Parts I, II, III, IV
– American Board of Chiropractic Neurology (eligible status)
– Association of Italian Chiropractors
– European Chiropractors’ Union
– International Association for the Study of Pain
– International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation

General Information:

tel. 06.322.5847

Metro Fermata – Piazzale Flaminio (linea A)
BUS – 490 – 495 – 88 – 628
TRAM – 19 – 2
FS – Roma Nord (Piazzale Flaminio)

e-mail: info@rigel.org

Via Flaminia, 53 – 00196 ROMA

Via Flaminia tra Ministero della Marina e P. Flaminia