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About Dr. Josh Slomkowski

Doctor Of Chiropractic

Dr. Josh Slomkowski is a Pittsburgh native and has extensive training in treating sports-related injuries. He is trained in the most advanced soft tissue and rehabilitation treatments that are aimed at treating the cause of pain rather than the site of pain. 


Dr. Slomkowski has experience in treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders, some of which include lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, rotator cuff tendonitis, elbow tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, runner’s knee, IT Band tendonitis, ankle sprains, peripheral neuropathies, and many other conditions.

Dr. Slomkowski has training in Active Release Technique (ART), Graston Technique, Functional Movement Screens, Post-Concussion Rehabilitation, Spinal Decompression Therapy, and Rocktape Kinesiology taping.


He enjoys competing in triathlons, exercising, volunteering in the community, and coaching sports. Dr. Slomkowski worked as a trainer and strength coach for high school-level athletes. He completed his final year of chiropractic education treating both active duty and retired military personnel at the Veterans Affairs’ medical hospital in New York.



  • University of Pittsburgh, 2010

  • New York Chiropractic College, 2013


Professional Training:

  • Active Release Technique (ART)

  • Graston Technique

  • RockTape Kinesiology Tape

  • Post-Concussion Rehabilitation

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessments (SFMA)

  • Sports Rehabilitation

  • Spinal Decompression Therapy


Professional Affiliations:

  • Licensed to Practice Chiropractic – State of Pennsylvania

  • Board Certified in Adjunctive Procedures – State of Pennsylvania

  • Diplomate – National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

  • Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association

  • American Chiropractic Association

  • USA Track and Field Association

About Hometown Spine & Sport

Chiropractic, Physio Therapy, & Massage

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At Hometown Spine & Sport, we are proud to offer the most cutting-edge chiropractic and rehabilitation-based services.


We challenge ourselves to stay updated with the latest research in the pain management, chiropractic, and physical rehabilitation field. A recent study found that over 33 million Americans have sought out chiropractic care as their trusted source for neck pain, low back pain, and headaches.

Our primary goal is to take the time to explain why you are having pain then relieve the symptoms as soon as possible. During your first visit, you will receive a thorough functional examination that will guide an accurate diagnosis.


Our treatments involve a variety of techniques that are catered to your specific diagnosis. Active Release Technique, Graston, Myofascial Release, Spinal Decompression Therapy, and Diversified Chiropractic adjustments are just a few of the treatment options.


Lastly, the doctor will recommend various exercises that are unique to the specific diagnosis. We are happy to work in conjunction with your other doctors to keep everyone in the same line of communication. Please let us know if you would like us to send your other doctors a summary of your care.

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About Sports Chiropractic

Our trained staff of sports chiropractors have taken numerous post-graduate courses to specialize in sports chiropractic and sports rehabilitation. Essentially, the entire body is analyzed from head to toe to detect the cause of the injury. Active Release Technique (ART) and Graston Technique are the primary soft tissue rehabilitation treatments rendered to treat an injury.

When soft tissue (muscle, ligaments, tendons, fascia, etc.) is injured, scar tissue builds up on that injured area the same way the scar tissue builds on our skin. The unfortunate thing is that scar tissue does not have the elasticity as normal tissue resulting in a lack of mobility at the injured area. Our sports chiropractic protocols are designed to break up any residual scar tissue to get you fast and immediate results.

About DOT Physicals

Department Of Transportation Physicals

The Pennsylvania Department of Transports requires truck drivers, bus drivers and other heavy equipment operator drivers to receive a DOT Medical Examination physical every two years. Some specific health conditions and jobs require sooner regulations. Check with your employer for more information.

At Hometown Spine and Sport, we are a certified Medical Examiner for the Department of Transportation. 

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