The Doctors & Therapists

Matthew Schrier, M.S., D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Matthew Schrier graduated from St. Peter's College (NJ) in 1975. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic (IA) graduating in 1978 and opened his first practice in New Jersey. He earned a M.S. in Human Biology and Applied Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport (CT) in 1983. He has served as Assistant Director of Education and Chair of Health Sciences at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy from 1996-2007 where he also taught Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology. In 2003 he co-authored an article published in the journal Techniques In Orthopaedics titled: "The Application of Therapeutic Massage for Low Back Pain". Dr. Matt believes that it is important to have the right chiropractic technique to match the patient in order to respect the uniqueness of each person. The doctor is Certified in Impulse IQ Instrument Adjusting and, although it is his primary approach, he is skilled in more than 10 specific techniques. This broad array of methods allows Dr. Matt to fulfill his philosophy. He is a Premier Member of the Unified Virginia Chiropractic Association, UVCA District Director Region 4W, Chair of the UVCA Membership and Website Committees and member of the American Chiropractic Association. Dr. Matt is married to Diane Schrier, CMT and has 3 incredible children (adults): Joshua, Rebecca and Daniel.



Diane Schrier, C.M.T.

Certified Massage Therapist

Diane Schrier, CMT, is a 1989 graduate of the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy. She has been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 1989 and is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. As a faculty member at CCMT from 1991-2007, Diane has taught massage therapy techniques with a heart-felt emphasis upon the benefits and ethics of touch. Diane has received advanced training in caring for clients with cancer, myofascial release techniques, orthopedic massage, hot stone therapy, European spa certification, and aromatherapy. Diane is also a coach for Ideal Protein Weight-loss Method; a muscle sparing, fat burning approach to improved health.