About Charles S. Masarsky
Charles S. Masarsky, D.C. has been practicing chiropractic with his wife and partner, Marion Todres-Masarsky, D.C. in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC since 1983.
He is past clinical editor of FCER’s research review publication, Spinal Manipulation, past author of the “Research Review” column in the ICA International Review of Chiropractic, and current author of the “Evidence-Based Educator” column for Dynamic Chiropractic. He has co-authored (with Dr. Todres-Masarsky) original research papers in JMPT, JVSR, and Chiropractic Technique, among other publications.
In 2001, the biomedical publishing house Churchill Livingstone released Somatovisceral Aspects of Chiropractic: An Evidence-Based Approach – a multi-author book which Drs. Masarsky and Todres-Masarsky co-edited. They re-released the book in 2008 under the Neurological Fitness label.
Following the 9-11-2001 terrorist attacks, Dr. Masarsky joined an ICA-led group offering free chiropractic care for rescue workers and military personnel at “Camp Unity” in the parking lot of the Pentagon.
Dr. Masarsky has presented postgraduate education seminars on various aspects of the autonomic implications of the chiropractic adjustment in Europe, Australia, and 15 of the United States.