The Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island (CSRI) announced members of its board of directors for the coming year. Dr. Michael Zola of Providence will serve as president with Dr. Carlyle Smart of Newport serving as 1st vice president. Dr. Kristen Fabris of Providence will serve as 2nd vice president. Rounding out the board are Dr. Erica Bruno of North Providence as secretary and Dr. Michael Gottfried of Middletown as treasurer.
The new board of directors was sworn in at the general membership meeting on October 19, 2019.
“The Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island is one of the oldest chiropractic associations in the country. I’m delighted to be serving as president with such an esteemed organization and group of chiropractic professionals as we head into our second century,” said Dr. Zola. “We have a number of initiatives underway to make even more people aware of the health and wellness benefits of chiropractic and to make our Society an even more valuable resource to our members.”
CSRI represents more than half of the practicing chiropractic physicians in the state of Rhode Island. Membership benefits include networking events, business and educational workshop, legislative support and other activities that promote chiropractic the number one natural healing choice.