Dr. Gregory Thomas has over 30 years of health care experience. Before receiving his doctorate from Life University in Marietta Georgia he practiced for 16 years as a Respiratory Therapist in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Respiratory therapy has given Dr. Thomas a solid background in main stream medicine through work in the following areas: emergency/trauma dept., neonatal, neurological and pediatric intensive care units, cardiac care, medical surgical and pulmonary rehabilitation. Previous clinical experience in cardiopulmonary has allowed Dr. Thomas to efficiently diagnose his patients and refer them to other health care professionals when necessary. His healthcare advice to patients is to seek alternative natural care first, medicine second and surgery last. Since 2002 he has successfully helped hundreds of people with various health problems.
During the summer of 1992, Dr. Thomas cycled 4,501 miles, in 83 days, from the coast of Oregon to the coast of New Jersey - solo! The endeavor was designed to raise awareness of asthma. As a prequel to the trip, in May 1992 , "Advance Magazine for Respiratory Therapy", an international publication, made the event their cover story .
After receiving his doctorate from Life University, Marietta, GA in 2002, Dr. Thomas continued post graduate studies at The Sweat Institute for Atlas Orthogonal. He had the privilege to intern and then work for Dr. Roy Sweat, the founder of Atlas Orthogonal Technique.
In 2004 Dr. Thomas purchased an existing Atlas Orthogonal practice in HoHoKus, NJ which he expanded by moving to Ramsey, NJ and continues to care for patients that were originally treated as far back as 1995.
Dr. Thomas practices the AO procedure with passion. He shows equal compassion for every patient with the goal of educating and helping as many people, between the ages of 1 and 125, as possible!