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  • Meet Dr. London, Your Brookline Chiropractor

    Welcome to Brookline Family Chiropractic Center, your source for chiropractic back care and other wellness services.

    Every member of the friendly Brookline Family Chiropractic Center team has extensive training and expertise in chiropractic solutions to fit your unique needs. Whether you suffer from back pain, neck pain, headaches, muscular tightness and tension, or just experience aches and pains, Brookline Family Chiropractic Center provides the services you need.

    W. Zev London D.C., known as Dr. Zev by his patients and friends, has been serving patients in Brookline and the surrounding services since 1998. He completed two years of advanced training in his specialty of rehabilitation. Prior to opening his own practice in Brookline, Dr. London had a successful practice in Hilo, Hawaii, for more than ten years. He also worked as a staff clinician at the student health center, at Western States Chiropractic College in Portland; there he provided care for hundreds of students and instructed third-year interns in all aspects of patient care.

    London was also a teaching assistant in the anatomy department of the National College of Chiropractic, and with Beth Israel Deaconess' Center for Alternative Medicine Research and Education. Dr. London was a treatment provider for the NIH funded study, “Treatment of Acute Low Back Pain,” and was the contributing member of various panels creating treatment protocols in the chiropractic world.

    Nurse and nurse practitioner Andrea Ross London brings more than 30 years of experience to Brookline Family Chiropractic Center. Andrea also has a degree in psychology and she has completed the Wellcoaches Certification Training course.

    Barry Levine, M.Ed. is a certified Feldenkrais Practitioner who studied with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais, the developer of the “Awareness Through Movement” approach to engaging the nervous system through motion. Levine has years of experience teaching Martial Arts and as a social worker for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and these unique experiences helps Levine provide a deeper level of professional care.

  • Meet Nancy Katz

    Nancy Katz has been with Brookline Family Chiropractic Center for over 6 years. She has lived in Newton, MA for 21 years with Alan, her husband, and three wonderful kids. When not at the office, she enjoys running, spinning, and barre classes. She also enjoys being creative in the kitchen.

Your Chiropractor in Brookline Provides a Variety of Services

Our chiropractor in Brookline provides a number of services, including:

Contact Brookline Family Chiropractic Center Today

Whether you suffer from back pain, neck pain, headaches, muscle stiffness or soreness from an accident, injury or illness, the dedicated and compassionate professionals at Brookline Family Chiropractic Center provides the care you need.

Brookline Family Chiropractic Center is conveniently located at 1842 Beacon Street, Suite 205 in Brookline, MA. Make an appointment today by calling (617) 735-9656.

To help you decide if Dr. London's care is right for you, sign up for a complimentary 10 minute consultation by filling out the form below.

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8:00am - 12:00pm

3:00pm - 7:00pm


8:00am - 12:00pm

3:00pm - 7:00pm


8:00am - 12:00pm









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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Literally a miracle worker, Dr. London is as good as it gets."
    Estee Djeddah - Brookline, MA

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