Kristin Kolesar Fabris, D.C.
Dr. K has practiced an individualized and holistic approach to patient care in Rhode Island since 2007. She believes true health should not be measured by merely the absence of disease but rather the quality of living. She is passionate about contributing to the growth of integrative healthcare in our community, which promotes determining true causation of a health concern and combining the best therapies for individual needs both for short term relief as well as long term wellbeing. She believes this care should be available to everyone.
Dr. Kristin Kolesar Fabris earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences in Chicago in 2007. She received her undergraduate B.S. degree in Psychology and Biology at Loyola University Maryland in 2004. She has extensive training in diagnosis, x-ray evaluation, physical medicine, and nutrition. She has had further extensive training in women’s health and nutrition, and is certified in Webster Technique for pregnant women. She currently serves on the board of the Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island. When not practicing the art of adjusting, she is likely goofing around with her daughter Isla, running on the boulevard, or enjoying a beach somewhere in our beautiful state.
Kathryn McCarthy MA Ed, MS OTR/L
Kathryn McCarthy received her Masters in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University and has specialized in pediatrics for 22 years. She has worked in clinic, early intervention and school based settings, as well as having offered her clinical expertise internationally in facilities in Romania and Mexico. Kathryn is also highly trained and certified in evaluating and treating Sensory Processing Disorders in both children and adults.
Kathryn began her training in CranioSacral Therapy in 2000 and currently sees clients privately in Providence, RI where she provides services for infants, children and adults. She also provides services at My Pediatric OT Services in Foxboro, MA, specializing in Sensory Processing Disorders and CranioSacral Therapy. Additionally, Kathryn previously taught a “Manual Therapy For Pediatrics” course nationally in a variety of hospital and clinical settings.
Kathryn has a Masters in Dance Performance from George Washington University, having performed and taught professionally prior to pursuing her career in Occupational Therapy. Kathryn loves working with pregnant mothers, infants, children and adults that present with a wide range of issues and concerns, supporting healthy function throughout the developmental continuum.
For more information and contact: www.kathrynmccarthyotr.com
Eleanor L. Stump, D.C.
Dr. Eleanor L. Stump received her Doctorate of Chiropractic cum laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 1976. She recently relocated from Delaware to Rhode Island in 2019. Throughout her career on the eastern shore of Delaware, Dr. Stump was elected Chiropractor of the Year in 1985 and was the first woman to be appointed to the Delaware Board of Examiners. She also was the recipient of the Palmer College Mabel Palmer Award “Woman Doctor of the Year” in 2016.
In order to more holistically serve her patients, she received her acupuncture accreditation from Parker College of Chiropractic. She was the first American woman to receive a Blackbelt in Shorinji Kempo and uses these eastern philosophies in guiding her patients to a more integrative health approach. She is also a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching Hatha yoga for over 40 years. She has given many lectures to the community and professionally on wellness, women’s health, pain management and complementary therapies.
Dr. Stump has dedicated her career to educating her patients to the benefits of Chiropractic and enabling them to practice better self-care and therefore Be Well.
She is passionately committed to the art, science and philosophy of Chiropractic!