Meet the Doctors
Dr. John Piazza has been a Chiropractor for 31 years in Pennylvania and New Jersey and he has treated many different types of patients and injuries. Today his focus is on disc problems, motor vechicle injuries and sports injuries. He has extensive experience with soft tissue and whiplash injuries and has done courtroom testimony on behalf of his patients. Dr. John was the former team Chiropractor for the Trenton Thunder(AA) minor league baseball team. He is also certified to do manipulation under anesthesia and is on staff at the Cornerstone Surgical Center. When Dr. Piazza isn't working, he loves to go fishing and spending time with his family.
Dr. Maryann Ferguson has been with Neuromechanical Pain Management Associates since 1992, and practices in our Trenton and Levittown offices. Dr. Ferguson graduated from East Strousberg University with a B.S. in Environmental Science. She then graduated from Life University Chiropractic College in 1990 and is licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Upon graduating from Life University, Dr. Ferguson practiced in the Poconos for a year, and then moved back to the Levittown area to be closer to family. Dr. Ferguson started practcing as a single mother of 2 children, but subsequently got married and gained 3 more children. Juggling a busy family life and treating patients full time was very challenging, but also has been very rewarding. Dr. Ferguson enjoys hiking and canoeing with friends in her spare time. When time allows, she also enjoys traveling.
Dr. Dillon has been a Chiropractor for over 25 years. She graduated from Pennylvania College of Chiropractic and is licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She is certified in Chiropractic Sports Medicine. She teaches online college Biology courses and enjoys hiking, kayaking, horseback riding and tennis.
Dr. Thomas Cranmer is a 2007 graduate of Sherman College of Chiropractic. Dr. Tom is originally from Bordentown, NJ. He has served his country in Somalia, as a Combat Engineer. He is an Army Ranger. Locally he served as a Platoon Sergeant and senior supervisor of the Bridges and Tunnels Security directly after 911. He has been in the chiropractic field for over 16 years starting as a massage therapist and Chiropractic assistant. In 2001 Dr. Tom left for chiropractic school in Georgia and South Carolina. There, he became a member of the World Chiropractic Council- traveling to Denmark and Australia to discuss chiropractic and its growing international presence. Dr. Cranmer embraces the healing art of chiropractic and says,”Through chiropractic, I have seen hemiplegics regain sensation in their extremities, allergy suffers breathe normally again, children get relief from ear infections, and diabetics stabilize their blood levels. So chiropractic is not just pain.” Dr. Tom is a dedicated health practitioner and is ready to serve.