Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Shaun Michael Puro
Dr. Shaun Michael Puro, a former native of Monmouth County and alumni of Freehold Township High school. More recently, Dr. Puro graduated as Magna Cum Laude, with his Doctorate in Chiropractic, advancing from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to gaining his doctorate and while during his time at Life U, he exemplified the roll as a student instructor in the key areas of Anatomy and Clinical Diagnosis. During his time spent in the Atlanta area, Dr. Puro
trained and completed internship under the creator and founder of the QSM3 technique, Dr. Russell Friedman. After being a competitive soccer player, Dr. Puro was led to the Chiropractic profession, after years of suffering from severe neck pain.
Through Chiropractic he was able to discover, not only physical relief from his symptoms of pain, but an immense passion and encouragement to seek a way to restore and empower the human body through vitalism and holistic means.
Dr. Puro’s desire to help and generosity is embodied by his time spent volunteering for the local food bank in effort to give back to his community.
Dr. Mathias Rivers
Dr. Mathias Rivers is from originally southeast Wisconsin where he competed in track and rugby. Once he attended Palmer College of Chiropractic he continued his passion for playing rugby and specializing in pediatric and upper cervical chiropractic.
After graduation, Dr. Rivers worked at a large multiple clinic upper cervical practice in Seattle, Washington. During his time there he had the opportunity to help practice members with the symptoms associated with herniated discs, pinched nerves, multiple sclerosis, sciatica, migraines, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, headaches/migraines and various sports injuries. After his time in Seattle, he moved to New Jersey to be with his fiancé and start a family.
Dr. Rivers goal is to improve the health and well-being of the community. He also wants to help improve the public's perception of chiropractic through public education and high clinical standards. He believes small changes occurring in every practice members life that can make big changes for the entire community and the best place to start is with the children. He is honored to serve the great people off Monmouth County.
In his free time he enjoys coaching and playing rugby, hiking, fishing, and gardening.