Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Franklin Gilbert
    Chiropractor

    Dr. Gilbert first discovered the field of chiropractic in the 1970s, when he was struggling with the effects of several vehicular, sports-related, and childhood injuries. Because chiropractic care helped him so much, he chose to become a chiropractor. According to Dr. Gilbert, chiropractic care gave him his life back.

    While receiving chiropractic care, Dr. Gilbert discovered The Pettibon System and learned about its effectiveness firsthand. He continues to employ the spinal rehabilitative aspects of this system in his own practice. From early in his chiropractic education and career, he also studied under the legendary Dr. Pasquale Cerasoli of Brooklyn, from whom he learned exceptionaal skills and insights, many of which he applies in practice today.

    After graduating from chiropractic college in 1979, Dr. Gilbert founded the practice now named Central Park West Wellness. His goal was to help others as he had been helped. His love for chiropractic stems from its basis on the body’s own ability to heal, as well as to prevent health issues and function at an often untapped, very high level of health. He also loves that chiropractic doesn’t take anything away from the body, nor add anything to it. Instead, the goal of chiropractic is to remove interferences that keep the body from healing, and functioning the way nature intended.

    Because he has dealt with pain and other physical problems himself, he has a great deal of compassion for each person who comes to our practice.

  • Dr.
    Sarah Roseberry
    Chiropractor

    Dr. Sarah Roseberry is a chiropractor who honors our body’s own innate healing
    wisdom. Her aim is to bring health to the entire family through gentle and specific
    spinal adjustments that lessen pressure in the nerve system so the body has its
    best ability to heal, prevent health issues and function at its best.
    She grew up in Louisville, Kentucky where she danced with the Louisville Ballet
    Company for many years. After sustaining a severe injury she began seeing a
    chiropractor who not only helped in her recovery, but changed the way she
    viewed health as well. It was because of this that she began her journey toward
    becoming a chiropractor.

    Dr. Roseberry received her Bachelor of Science in Sport Management from the
    University of Dayton in 2014, a school where she also danced on the dance team
    and engaged in CrossFit competitions. She received her CrossFit trainer
    certification in 2014 as well. She attended Sherman College of Chiropractic in
    Spartanburg, South Carolina where she received her Doctor of Chiropractic
    degree.

    It was during her time in Chiropractic college that Dr. Roseberry realized her
    passion for caring for infants, children, and pregnant women. Dr. Roseberry is
    certified in the Webster technique, which can be of help in laying the groundwork
    for an easier delivery. She has completed many hours of additional training in
    caring for children through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
    Dr. Roseberry says that she is 'excited to serve the community of the Upper
    West Side and beyond (!) along with this extraordinary team at Central Park
    West Wellness.' 

  • Dr.
    Caitlin Belter Evans
    Physical Therapist

    Dr. Caitlin graduated from Columbia University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2012 where she was awarded the citation of  'Excellence in Orthopedics.' She received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut which gave her a great ability to understand and effectively treat sports injuries. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Graston practitioner, which helps to free up scar tissue.

    Caitlin frequently uses manual therapy techniques in her sessions, which brings greater sensitivity and effectiveness to her care. She enjoys working with athletes, as well as us 'regular folk,' and is quite adept at helping people who are experiencing issues with their Shoulder, Elbow, Hand/Wrist,  Hip, Knee or Ankle/Foot.

    Her clinical experiences include internships with the University of Connecticut Men's Basketball team and with Cincinnati Reds MLB Baseball in rehabilitation and player development, as well as over six years at multiple outpatient orthopedic clinics.

    In her free time, she enjoys playing beach and indoor volleyball, snowboarding, hiking, and practicing yoga.


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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed