Performance & Wellness Chiropractic Celebrating Anniversary

Dr. Matthew DiLallo and Dr. Addison Seitter of Performance & Wellness Chiropractic are about to celebrate the practice’s first anniversary. The practice has two locations, one at Ultima Fitness in Wellington and one in Palm Beach Gardens.

At Performance & Wellness Chiropractic, chiropractic care is provided with the goal of optimizing human ability, caring for patients of all ages, with a variety of health conditions and a wide range of injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous system. These often painful conditions can affect the nervous system, which can cause referred pain and dysfunction distant to the region of injury.

People seldom associate pain with early occurrence of dysfunction. When pain is present, it may diminish or disappear without corrective action, but often emerge months later as a far worse condition. The staff at Performance & Wellness Chiropractic utilize a variety of tools and techniques that help correct the dysfunction. Treatments include various soft tissue modalities (ART, Graston, FAKTR), functional rehabilitation and chiropractic manipulation.

DiLallo attended Wellington High School, where he played football. After being noticed by several Division 1 programs, he decided to continue his career at the University of Colorado. DiLallo received his bachelor’s degree in physiology from the University of Colorado. He then attended the University of South Florida where he obtained his master’s degree in exercise science. Before entering the Palmer College of Chiropractic, DiLallo worked as a strength and conditioning coach for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Seitter is a native of Vero Beach, where she attended St. Edward’s School. While at St. Edward’s, she excelled in both soccer and lacrosse. She continued her academic career at the University of Miami, where she received her degree in psychology with a minor in chemistry.

To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call (561) 402-4701 or visit

ABOVE: Dr. Addison Seitter and Dr. Matthew DiLallo at a recent CrossFit event.