Thank you for taking the time to become familiar with the candidates that are on the 2023 elections ballot.
The winners will be announced in October during the Northeast Chiro Summit. The open leadership positions will be officially seated in May of 2024.
Your ballot is based on the region you are in so please note that some of the candidates will not be on your specific ballot.
President – Elect
President Elect is determined now and will be seated in October 2023 until becoming President of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association in May of 2024. This position is a 2-year term.
Andrew Heck, DC is running unopposed.
Dr. Andrew Heck received his chiropractic degree from Logan University in 2019 and his BS in exercise physiology in 2016. After graduation, Dr. Heck became heavily involved in the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association (PCA). He is currently a Co-Chairman of the Legislative Committee and the Vice President of the PCA.
In addition to his chiropractic education, Dr. Heck has been trained in The Mckenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), Clinical Neurodynamics, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and Cox Flexion-Distraction. Dr. Heck is committed to providing goal-oriented and patient-centered care while striving for the best possible outcomes for his patients.
He is available to answer your questions at at Andrewheck94@gmail.com
Josh Slomkowski, DC is running unopposed.
Joshua Slomkowski, DC
Dr. Josh Slomkowski is a Pittsburgh native and has extensive training in treating sports-related injuries. He received his Chiropractic degree in 2013 from for New York Chiropractic College.
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.
Dan Nigrelli, DC is running unopposed.
Daniel Nigrelli, DC
He earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports and Exercises Science from Desales University. Dr. Nigrelli then attended Logan University in St. Louis, MO, where he earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic. Throughout his time at Logan, he served on several student committees that aimed to promote the benefits of chiropractic care and was actively involved in the outreach to the local community.
In addition to his chiropractic education, Dr. Nigrelli has been trained in The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis (MDT), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and Cox-Flexion distraction. Treating patients is not one-size-fits-all, so Dr. Nigrelli tailors’ treatment to the patient’s specific needs and goals. This includes providing evidence-based patient-centered care to ensure the best possible outcome and relief for his patients. Dr Daniel Nigrelli is also on the board of directors under PA Chiropractic Association.
There are two candidates running for one seat.
Paul Roscioli, DC
As a US Army veteran, I served in Iraq and Korea in 2000 – 2004, and as a 10 year veteran of the chiropractic profession, you can rest assured that I will fight for YOU in that same fashion.
Insurance reimbursement ‘cuts’ over the last 40 years simply are NOT fair.
And not to mention, our outdated scope-of-practice is cramping your revenue, making it difficult to earn a “doctor’s salary”
Stop taking it on the chin, and start taking some pride in your profession by voting for me where I will help to reinstate the modernization of our scope-of-practice.
Text me at (215)716-7175 and ask me why I care so much.
Andrew Timar, DC
Dr. Timar grew up in Phoenixville, PA. He takes an integrative approach to patient care treating a wide range of patients from infants to senior adults with applying the most appropriate traditional Chiropractic care in conjunction w/ other conventional options.
Dr. Timar believes Chiropractic care should be an integral part of a person’s overall health and enjoys co-management of patient care with other healthcare providers. Dr. Timar appreciates the hands-on and active approach that Chiropractic offers.