Staff & Practitioners
Bonnie Cronin, ND, L.Ac
Dr. Bonnie Cronin completed her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and Masters in Acupuncture at Bastyr University, the leading accredited university for science-based natural medicine. After medical school, she completed a residency in General Family Practice at Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic in Clifton Springs, New York.
Dr. Cronin’s interest in natural medicine started at Northern Michigan University (NMU) where she received her Bachelors degree in Biology. While attending NMU she joined a homeopathy study group started by a good friend and life mentor, Vicki Lockwood. This is where her interest in homeopathy and then natural medicine came to fruition. Currently, she has offices in Canandaigua, Rochester, and Clifton Springs, NY.
Dr. Cronin is a New York State licensed Acupuncturist and Washington State licensed naturopathic physician. She is a member of the American Association for Naturopathic Physicians, New York Association of Naturopathic Physicians and is a Diplomate in Acupuncture.
With her rigorous academic & clinical naturopathic education, Dr. Cronin makes recommendations and educates individuals on lifestyle, diet, nutritional and botanical modalities that can improve health and well-being. In addition, Dr. Cronin requests that individuals seeking her services retain a conventional medical doctor or primary care physician for their health concerns and general check-ups. In New York State naturopathic doctors are currently seeking licensure. For more information and to support our licensing efforts go to www.nyanp.org.
Dr. Cronin is available Mondays at The Springs!
Mary Sarratori MSAOM, L.Ac
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Mary is a 2002 graduate of Lycoming College in Williamsport, Pennsylvania where she received her Bachelor’s of Arts in psychology specializing in elementary education. In 2011 she graduated from the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College with a Master’s of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Mary likes to incorporate modern advances in acupuncture with the traditional medicine aspect that is over 2,000 years old. She is an avid researcher and is always striving to learn as much as possible, even traveling to China to gain more perspective and experience in the development of acupuncture within hospitals. Mary’s practice is focused in Traditional Chinese Medicine, where the human body is regarded as its own entity, each organ, tissues, and other parts have specific functions but are all interdependent on each other. She treats a wide variety of conditions including pediatric concerns, pain management, fertility, and gynecology. Mary is also very interested in acupuncture sports therapy and works with athletes of all different levels. She incorporates Tuina (therapeutic medical massage), cupping, and Chinese herbs into her practice.
Mary is NOW available Tuesdays and Thursdays at The Springs. She is a provider for insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield, MVP, CIGNA, some Worker's Comp carriers, and No Fault. Please contact your customer service representatives to find out if your specific policy covers acupuncture, what your copay or coinsurance amounts are, and whether there are policy limitations on your plan. Medicare & Medicaid do NOT cover acupuncture under any circumstances. For patients without insurance coverage, we offer reasonable self pay rates and package discounts are available.
Jarrod Reed, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue & Trigger Point Specialist
Jarrod is a graduate of the Therapeutic Massage/Integrated Health Care program at Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua, NY. Jarrod began his education in Health Sciences at SUNY Cortland and decided that he wanted a career that provided treatment for those people seeking improved quality of life through the holistic benefits massage could offer. Jarrod considers himself a “muscle therapist,” seeking to provide therapeutic results and relief for his clients, rather than a superficial experience with massage.
Jarrod incorporates several techniques into his work including Connective Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish/Relaxation, and Reflexology. His approach to Swedish/Relaxation massage relies on a heavier hand, bordering on Connective Tissue Therapy to achieve maximum results for his clients. He is very conscientious of his client’s needs and preferences, and is very professional in his performance. Jarrod’s hands-on skills are gifted, and he has the uncanny ability to seek out the most elusive tension in the body. Jarrod is also certified in Ayurvedic Bodywork, including Abhyanga, foot reflexology, and marma therapy.
Grace Calabrese, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Grace is a 2011 graduate of the Massage and Integrated Healthcare program at FLCC. Her expertise includes massage services such as Swedish/Relaxation, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Hot Stone, and Deep Tissue as well as Reiki. She is skilled at incorporating multiple techniques into a session to customize for her client’s individual needs and has an intuitive approach to massage and client care. Grace has received training for many of our signature treatments. She enjoys the diversity of our clientele and is able to adapt sessions to meet each client’s individual needs.
Molly Arthur, LC
Molly Arthur received her cosmetology license through FLTCC and offers comprehensive manicures, pedicures, (including french tips), facials, waxing services, and some of our signature body treatments at The Springs. She is a compassionate practitioner, listening to each client’s needs and preferences to individualize treatment as much as possible and enjoys doing all she can to make the client’s experience extraordinary. Molly has also received training in performing Tibetan Foot Renewal treatments which can be combined with spa pedicures for a therapeutic treatment that goes beyond a basic pedicure for full body effects.
Krista Ingerick, BA, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Deep Tissue Therapy & Pain Management
Krista is a 1997 graduate of SUNY Geneseo with a B.A. in Psychology and a 2001 graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in Rochester. A Springs team member since July 2002, Krista has developed a massage therapy practice that specializes in chronic pain management, injury rehabilitation and orthopedic massage, as well as prenatal massage. Her sessions incorporate multiple modalities including Swedish, connective tissue techniques, trigger point therapy, and subtle energy therapeutics combined to elicit whatever outcome her client requests or needs. Krista is also certified in Ayurvedic Bodywork, including Abhyanga, foot reflexology, and marma therapy.
Krista’s primary role as The Springs Operations Manager restricts her schedule. She is available for massage & spa sessions on a limited basis. If you would like to request a session with Krista, please ask to speak with her directly. Krista is presently working on marketing, retail, and practice development at The Springs. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to call.
Michael J. O’Connor, D.C., D.A.B.C.O.
Dr. O’Connor has been a practicing chiropractor and an educator for 25 years. He moved to upstate NY in 1991 to become the chairman of the Radiology Department and then later the Director of the Diagnosis and Clinical Practice Department at New York Chiropractic College. He is a Board Certified Chiropractic Orthopedist, and also has certifications in Sports Medicine and Disability and Impairment. He specializes in the conservative treatment of neuromusculoskeletal problems, which includes back pain, neck pain, headache and disc problems.
Dr. O’Connor is a certified Graston Technique practitioner. Graston Techniques allow for the detection and treatment of scar tissue or adhesions in muscles, tendons and ligaments that can lead to pain, weakness, and functional limitation. This instrumented technique can be used to "break-up" these restrictions or adhesions. Exercises are then used to promote realignment of the fibers so they can behave more like normal, healthy tissue.
John Teleska, M.Ed., NBCCH
John Teleska has maintained a hypnotherapy practice in Rochester, NY since 1997 and is a clinician at the Integrative Medicine Center of Clifton Springs Hospital. John received his Masters Degree in Education from The University of Rochester.
He has completed nine years of advanced training in Ericksonian hypno- and psychotherapy, sponsored by the Forum for Psychotherapy Cybernetics in NYC. He has trained under the direction of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, the Milton H. Erickson Foundation in Phoenix, and studied psychodrama with Dorothy Satten and pre- and peri-natal birth trauma with William Emerson. He has also studied Sensory Awareness with Charlotte Selver, whose work he experiences as embodied hypnotherapy-that frees deeply held physiological patterns.
John is a member of The Center for Psychotherapy Cybernetics, a private group of clinicians investigating the utilization of therapist/client creativity for promoting change. He is also a member of the American Counseling Association and The National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists. With colleagues Andrew Roffman (faculty, NYU Medical Center’s Child Studies Program) and Laurence Sugarman, M.D.(faculty, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry), he has co-authored published works expanding the clinician’s view of what constitutes therapeutic hypnotic engagement.
He has also worked in the fields of physics, engineering, teaching, and music.
Kim Santamaria, MS, RN
Energy Nurse Healer
Kim has been a member of the nursing profession for 39 years. She obtained her Bachelors and Masters in Nursing from Roberts Wesleyan College and her practice supports a holistic model of nursing care. Her membership in the Sigma Theta Tau National Nursing Honor Society and the American Holistic Nurse Association supports her belief in the highest level of nursing practice. She has worked as a manager, as faculty at a college of nursing, in staff development, and as a nurse entrepreneur. Kim has been instrumental in the integration of holistic care to a family practice, long term care, and the acute care setting. Kim has spoken at conferences on both the international and national level and strives to help people find their woundology and heal it so they may find peace and well-being. Though Kim is trained in both Reiki and Healing Touch, her clients find her work highly intuitive and healing on all levels. Many have stated the work allowed them to move to a new level of spirituality and connection with the Divine. Her work with end of life has allowed peace for not only the patient, but the family as well.
Kim's research is based in "Healing the Wounded Healer Nurse." She feels nurses must heal their own woundology in order to build transpersonal relationships with those they care for. Kim's program for nurses allowed them lowered stress levels, better health and self-awareness, less burn out, and greater joy in their profession. Kim also has a passion for working with Veterans as many have found energetic healing very supportive to their old woundology and fractured souls.
To reach Kim, please call 315-427-6638
All of our practitioners are credentialed by Clifton Springs Hospital and licensed by New York State in their corresponding discipline. If you have any questions about a practitioner’s qualifications or experience, do not hesitate to call The Springs at 315-462-1350.