Our mission at World Rehabilitation is simply to serve you. We provide excellent chiropractic care to help our patients reach and exceed their health goals. We assess the patient as a whole. We want to address the main concern, but also lead you into a lifestyle of being pain free. We do all of this by offering an evidence-based approach to chiropractic care by utilizing chiropractic manipulation, soft-tissue techniques, therapeutic rehabilitation, and a variety of chiropractic services to help achieve your health goals.

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Dr. William Brousseau - Chiropractor

Dr. William Brousseau is a board certified Chiropractor with an adjunctive license for therapy. He graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic in Philadelphia in 1988 and has practiced in the Reading and Norristown area since then. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association and the past president of the Berks County Chiropractic Society. He has continued his post graduate studies in the area of rehabilitation, with an emphasis on manual therapies, massage, exercise and the use of passive modalities for symptom relief and a faster recovery. Working with injured athletes is a particular fondness for him. Dr. Brousseau will address your lifestyle in his approach to your care, with an emphasis on self care and a personalized exercise program to lessen the pain caused by your daily activities.Dr Brousseau spends his time outside the office with his family enjoying outdoor activities including boating, skiing and bike riding.

Dr. Megan Weston D.C. MSHAPI

Dr. Weston is a graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic in Philadelphia in 1991. She is a board certified Chiropractor with a license in adjunctive therapies and a M.S. in Anatomy and Physiology Instruction. Dr. Weston has extensive post graduate training in electromyogram, spinal decompression, soft tissue injuries, and the child athlete. Dr. Weston uses an individualized exercise therapy program to augment corrective procedures and strengthen weakened muscles helping to reduce the risk of reinjury. Dr. Weston is also an adjunct professor at Neumann University, helping to educate the next generation of healthcare providers. Outside of the office, Dr. Weston is active in her church, and enjoys boating, scuba and snowboarding with her family.