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Eric Cousino

Lower Cape Chiropractic

While growing up in Princeton, NJ, I participated in many youth sports. As a player, I was often injured, and after my short collegiate soccer career I decided to pursue a career in athletic trainer and strength and conditioning. While attending the University of Delaware, I was fortunate to work with members of the US Olympic Figure Skating Team, the Washington Nationals, Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles. I later enrolled in Northeast College of Health Sciences to study chiropractic medicine. Following chiropractic school, I joined a sports medicine/ family practice in NJ. Throughout my chiropractic career, I have worked with both collegiate and professional athletes, but found more fulfillment working with families, pediatrics, and the elderly. After 7 years I decided to renew my career and was given the opportunity at Lower Cape Chiropractic.

Currently, I’m enjoying my busy family life with my wife, Jen, and our three children, Adelyn, Jameson and Quinn. Our family loves taking advantage of all the Cape has to offer and we consider ourselves extremely lucky to live here.


  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

  • National Board of Physiotherapy

  • Certified Athletic Trainer

  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

  • Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner

  • Active Release Technique (A.R.T.)

  • Graston Technique Specialist

  • Kinesio Taping Practitioner

  • Webster Technique

  • Nimmo Technique


  • Massachusetts Chiropractic Society

  • American Chiropractic Association

  • National Strength and Conditioning Association

  • National Athletic Trainers’ Association

Post Graduate Education/ Techniques:

  • Non-surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy

  • Cupping

  • Myofascial Release/Trigger Point

  • Webster

  • Drop Table

  • Activator Method

  • Cox Technique

  • Applied Kinesiology

  • Nutrition

  • FAKTR - Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab


  • Northeast College of Health Science, D.C. 2009

  • University of Delaware

Guest Speaker:

  • Fairleigh Dickinson University

  • Drew University

  • University if Delaware

  • Rutgers University

  • Raritan Valley Community College


  • Kaminski, T.W. Cousino, E.C., & Glutting, J.J. Does Purposeful Heading in Soccer Negatively Impact Computerized Neuro-psychological Test Performance? Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 79(2), 235-244, 2008

  • Kaminski, T.W., & Cousin, E.S. Does purposeful heading in soccer negatively impact computerized neuropsychological test performance? Journal of Athletic Training (Supplement) 41 (2), S-39, 2009.

  • Cousino, E..S., & Kaminski, T.W. Test-retest reliability analysis involving five subjects from the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics. Journal of Athletic Training (Supplement) 41 (2), S-95, 2006

  • Kamminski, T.W., & Cousino, E.S. Examining functional strength ratios between those with ankle instability and a control group with uninjured ankles. Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 35(5), A18, 2005


  • Monday: 12pm-5:45pm

  • Tuesday: 7:30am-12:15pm / 2:30pm-5:45pm

  • Wednesday: 12pm-1:15pm / 2:15pm-5:45pm

  • Friday: 7:30am-12:15pm / 2pm-5:45pm



169 MA-6A, Orleans, MA 02653, USA


(508) 255-5866


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